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THE 

CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1836 : 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

CONTAINING ASLO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS; TOWN OFFICERS; CORPORATeJ 
INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 
PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL TABLES J 
AND A VARIETY OF OTHER J# 

INTERESTING ARTI(1eS, 



HO. 46. 



(ME 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, NEW-LONDON, AND 
CANFIELD & ROBINS, HARTFORD. 



SAMUEL GREEN ...PRINTER. 



974.6 ML. 

,C7673a : 
1836 
1217020 

•■c3e:ne:al.oc3y coul.ection 



/ 



CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 



AND 

UNITE© STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 



TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AM ALMANACK- 

CONTAINING ASLO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS; TOWN OFFICERS; CORPORATE 

INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 

PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL TABLES J 

AND A VARIETY OF OTHER 

INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



MO. 46. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREKN, NEW-LONDfN, AS> 
CANFIELD & ROBINS, HARTFORD. 

SAMUEL GREEN PRINTER. 



Entered according to the act of Congress, 1832, by 

SAMUEL GREEN AND FRANCIS J.HUNTINGTON, 

in the office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



AJjWLANACM for the year 1836. 

ECLIPSE SLi 

■.., I. Of the Moon, May 1st, visible, as follows. 
Beginning at 2h 17m \ 

Middle ,3 19 ! Mean time in 

Duration 2 5 4 the morning. 

End of Eclipse 4 22 * 

Digits eclipsed, 4 1-& on the Moon's southern limb. 

II. Of the Sun, May 15th, visible, as follows. 

Beginning at 7h 22m \ 

Greatest obscuration 8 37 f Mean time in 
Duration 3 36 4 the morning. 

End of Eclipse 9 58 *" 

Digits eclipsed, 8 1-5 on the Sun's southern limb. 

III. Of the Moon, October 24th, at 8h 17m in the mor- 
ning, to us invisible. 

IV. Of the Sun, November 8th, at 8h 47m in the after- 
noon, consequently invisible to us. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. 

Dominical LettercB I Luuar Cycle or I Solar Cycle 25 
Roman Indiction 9 [ Golden NumberlS | Epact .12 



EXPLANATION OF CHARACTERS. 



or Sun 
<!§(§ D Moon 
>p tierschell 
J? Saturn 



If Jupiter 
$ Mars 
$ Venus 
& Mercury 



©New Moon 
C First Q,r. '. 
) Last dr. 

©Full Moon 



^ Conjunction 
S Opposition 
□ 9Q a apart 
A 120 s * apart 



u. stands for morning, e, for evening, r. for rises, ...js. for 
sets, h, for hour, and m. for minute, 



TO FIND THE MOON'S SOUTHING. 

Rule. Add 3 hours to the time of full sea at N. London, 

|CjP Double the Sun's setting is the length of the day j 
double his rising, the length of the night, from sun to sun» 



1217020 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New-London, 



The sixth column of eRch monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, N. York,Elizabeth- 
town Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N, Carolina — to which if 
you add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of high water at the following places. A # 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
S. subtracted-^H stands for hours — m for minutes. 



Names of Places. 
Amboy S. 

Annapolis, Md. S. 
Annapolis, Novs. A. 



New Bedford 

Boston 

Cape Ann 

Cape Fear 

Gasco Bay 

Charleston Bar 

Fairfield 

Frederica 

Georgetown bar 

Guilford 

Halilax 

Hell Gate 

Hartford 

Huntington 

Ipswich 

Jamestown 

Louisburg 

Main Ocean 

Mobile Point 

Nantucket 



S.. 
A. 
A. 

S. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 
S. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 

s; 

A. 



H. M 

45 
2 



2 2( 
2 

1 

2 20 

1 30 

3 
30 

2 20 
2 

2 45 
50 

3 

45 
6 Oi 

1 30l 



JYames of Places. 
Newburyport A. 
New Haven A. 

New Providence S. 
Norwich Landing A. 



Penobscot 

Pensacola 

Philadelphia 

Piscataway 

Plvmouth 

Po'rt Royal, 

Portsmouth 

Providenee 

Quebec 

Rhode Island 

Salem 

Sandy Hook 

Savannah 

Saybrook 

St. Augustine, B. 

St. Johns. Newf. 

Tybee Bar 

Williams, Va. 



A. 

S. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
,c.l S. 
A 
S. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
A. 



A. 
S. 
A. 
Ar. 
A, 



Wilmington, N.G.Ao- 



b..m. 

2 45 
1 50 
1 25 

45 

3 

1 

4 20 

2 40 

1 45 
30 

2 45 

3 
3 
45 
2 45 

55 

1 12 

15 

1 25 
30 

15 

2 15 
2 1& 



ROADS. 



Old Road from Boston /oiFrom Boston to 
New York. 
To Ganrbridge 3 

Waiertown 4 

Waltham 



Weston 
Sunbmy 
Marlborough 
Northborougfe 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leiceste v 
Spencer, 
Brookfieid, 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbrabam 
Springfield 
Suffieid 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Walling ford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Fairfield 
•Saugatuc 
Nor waft 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horseneck 

-Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Hariaem Bridge 
New- York 



Hartford to J\ T . York 
Whole distance 



123 
112 

235 



Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 

\ Springfield 28 

Northampton ^9 

Deerfield 33 

Putney 23 

' trharlestown 20 

Windsor jg 
5 | New-London to Newport. ' 

7 Westerly j 5 

6^1 Tower Hill 25 

CjNaraganset Ferry 3 

7jNewport 7 

1} New-York to Washington. 

^Princeton 5< 

10 Philadelphia 

7 Wilmington 
^Husquehannah (Havre) 

^Baltimore 

<> Gent. 

9 Washington 



52 
94 
128 
158 
192 
214 
227 



Post Road from Boston to 



H 



Hartford, 
Farmington 
Worcester 
SlurbriHge 
Stafford 
Vernon 
Hartford 



1 umpikefrom New London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7^ 

N. Stonington, Miner's 84 
Hopkintun City 2k 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence jgi 



ROADS. 



Boston 

Whole distance 
Fi om New-London lo 
wich and Boston, 
To Montville 
Norwich 
Jewett's City 
Plainfield 
Sterling 
Seitnate 
Providence 
Attleborough 
Walpole 
Dedham 
Boston 



42iGlastenbury, Welles's 16 



-Hartford 



4 3-4 



Nor 



Total 42 3-4— 
From Hartford to Albany 
Northington 
N. Hartford 
Winchester 
Norfolk 
Sheffield 

Great Barringtoi; 
W, Stockbridge 
N, Canaan 
Chatham 
Nassau Village 
Schodack 
Albany, Skinner's 



Total 10G 

From Boston to Portland 

Lynn 7 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 



-New bury port 
Hampton 
-Portsmouth 
Kennebeck 
Portland 



Total 119 
New- London to N Haven. 

Lyme 16 

Saybrook 3 
Killing worth 

Guilford 9 

Brandford, 9 

New Haven 8 

Total 53 
New- London to Hartford. 

Montville, 8 

Salem, 6 

Colchester, 6 

Marlborough, 8 



10 

10 

g 

8 
14 

6 
10 

8 
6 
4 
•6 

6 

Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from N. 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. !• 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads - 9£ 

Thence to Norwich city lOf 

Total 50 

From Norwich by Preston 



& Volnntown to Prov. 
Thence to Boston 



58 
4% 



Total 100 

From Albany lo Buffalo. 
Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

latine 14 



1 

Herkimer 

CJtica, Shepard's 

Vernon 

Lenox 

Manlius 



17 
\S 
19 
10 
A* 



ROADS. 



Marcellus 17 

Skeneatelos 10 

Auburn 6 

Cayuga 4 

Geneva 5 

Gorham 10 

Canandaigua 6 

East Bioomfield C 
West Bloomfield 

Lima 5 Avon 3 8 

Caledonia. 7 

Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 

Fr m Canandaigua to Ni- 
agara Falls. 

Genesee River 27J 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

.Niagara Falls 21£ 

112 

From Providence to Harlfd 

Flainfield 30i 



Windham 
Hartford 



14 
30 



70- 



Post Road from Hartford to 

Providence. 
ManchesterlO Coventry 16 
.Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 15 
Killingly Centre, 14 

Gloucester 8 Scituate 8 16 
Providence 8£ 

Total 69£ ' 

Middle Road from Boston to 

Hartford. 
Dedham 10 

Pomf.et 47 

Hartford 40 

97 

From Hartford to N Haven, 

through Middletown-. 
Middletown 15 

Northford 12 

New Haven 39 — U 



Distances from 


Washington to the Capitals 


of all 


the States — JVLain Post Road. 




Northern 


Route, 


Southern Route. 




To Baltimore 






38 


Richmond, Va. 


123 


Wilmington, Del, 




111 


Fayettville, N. G. 


S4S 


Philadelphia 






137 


Columbus, Ohio, 


418 


Trenton, N. J. 






170 


Charleston, S C, 


544 


New York 






227 


Frankfort, Ken. 


565 


New Haven 






304 


fndianapolis, Ind. 


603 


Middletown 






329 


Savannah, Geo. 


657 


Hartford 






336 


Muifreesboro' Ten. 


708 


New London 






360 


Vandalia, Illinois, 


781" 


Norwich 






373 


St. Louis, Miso. 


856 


Providence 






410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 


850 


Boston 






436 


Monticello, Missis. 


1233 


Portsmouth, N. 


H 




492 


New Orleans, Lou. 


1200 


Montpelier, Vt 






534 


Tallahassee, Florida. 


896 


Portland, Me. 






554 


Little Rock, Arkansas, 


1068 


Eastport 






86* 


Pe « roi t, M ichigan, . 


52S, 



^ ^ ^WEIGHT AND VAX'UE OF GOLD COINS. 

A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual 
use at 'the United States Mint, for estimating 
the Value of Gold. 



Names of Coins, j Weight, 



jGrains! Standard Standard 
of pure before 1st after 1st 
Gold, Aug.1834 Aug.1834 



BRAZIL. jpwt. 
Johannes, half inj 

proportion 
Dobraon 
JDobra 
Moid ore, half in 

proportion 
>C.rusado 

ENGLAND. 
Guinea, half in 

proportoin 5 

Sovereign, do. i 5 
Seven shilling pieccj, 1 

FRANCE. 
DoubleLouis,coin'd 



before 1786 
£ouis, do. do. 
DoubleLouiSjCoin'd 

since 1786 
Lonis, do. do. 
Double Napoleon. 

or 40 francs 
Napoleon, or 20 fr« 

COLOMBIA. 
Doubloons 

MEXICO. 
'Doubloons, shares 

in proportion 



grs. $ c. m„ | $ c. m, 

16 jl7 06 8 
12 !759 30 66 6 32 71 4 
6 kOl 5 16 %t 2 17 30 5 



22 ;152 2 6 14 9 
16*' 15 8 59 8 



9h 118 7 4 79 6 
3i'113 1 ! 4 57 
19 39 6; 1 60 



6 56 
63 8 



5 11 6 

4 87 5 
1 70 6 



11 f 224 9 9 68 7 9 69 -4 

5i[US 4; 4 54 l 4 84 4 

"I I i 

20 '212 6 8 59 j 9 16 3 

22 106 3 4 29 5 4 58 1 

! ! 

7 179 I 7 23 2! 7 71 3 

3£ S9 7, 3 62 4 -3 86 6 



17 8| 360 514 56 



17 8j 360 5 14 56 



15 53 8 



15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



GOLD COIN TABLE BROUGHT FORWARD . 






drains Staudard 


Standar d 


Names of Coins. 


Weigr 


jfpu 


*e before 1st 


after Is* 








Gold, Aug.1834 


Augl834 


PORTUGAL. 


pwt. 


rge 




$ c, m. 


$ c. rn. 


Dobraon 


34 


12 


759 


30 66 


G 


32 71 4 


Bobra 


18 


6 


101 


5 16 22 


2 


17 35 6 


Johannes 


13 






1 16 




- 17 08 9 


Moidore, half in 








1 






proportion 


6 


22 


152 


2 6 14 


9 


6 56 


Piece of 16 testoons 






'I 






or 1600 rees | -.2 


6 


49 


3 1 99 


2 


2 12 5 


Old crusado400rees| 


15 


13 


6 54 


9 


58 6 


New do. 480 rees 


16 i 


14 


8, 59 


8 


63 7 


Millree coined 1775 


i4 


18 


1 


73 


2 


78 


SPAIN. 














(Quadruple pistole 














or doubloon, 1772, 
















double, single and 
















shs. in proportion 


17 


8| 


437 


2 


15 03 




16 03 3 


Doubloon, 1801 


17 


9 


3S0 


5 


14 56 




15 53 8 


Pistole, 1801 9 


4 


8| 


90 


] 


3 64 




3 88 3 


Coronillagold dolla< 
















or Vintem, 1801 


1 


3 


22 


•8 


92 


1 


98 2 


U. STATES OF, 














AMERICA. 














Eagle coined before 














July 31, 1834 11 


6 247 


/. 


10 




10 66 8 


Do. coined after do,]10 


18 232 








10 


Shares in proportion 


M 




I 











ID 



TABLE OP INTEREST. 



TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 


|lw,|lm.|3m. 6m.fl yr. 


D. C.JD. G.| D. C.|d. C. |D. C. 


Cents 


10 








Oj 







20 











o o 







30 














1 




40 











1 


• 2 




50 


o 








2 


3 


Dollars 


1 








1 


3 


6 




2 





1 


3 


6 


12 




3 





1 


4 


9 


18 




4 





2 


6 


12 


24 




5 


o 


3 


7 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5 


15 


30 


60 




2C 


2 


10 


SO 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 




40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 




100 


12 


50, 1 50 


3 


6 




200 


25 


10 3 


6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 4 50 

2 01 6 


9 


18" 




400 


50 


12 24 




500 iO 62 


2 50[ 7 50 


15 30 




1000 


1 1 25 


5 


115 


30 


60 o 



0^7=* To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, 
on the ieft hand, are dollars, which is the answer. If 
there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied as 
above, you will find the two right hand figures to be 
fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder in dol- 
lars. 



ELECTORS* MEETINGS, 

Are annually holden in the several Towns on the 

FIRS ^ MONDAY IN APRIL. 



January has 31 days, beginning on Friday. 



• 3d 8h 17m p. 
( 11th llh43m m. 



10th 3h 42m m. 
25th 9h 58m m- 



mIwI 



Calendar, &c. 



I0r. 10s. IF. seal r. D s. 



10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
2815 



29 
30 
31 



Circumcision. 
$s. 6h 18m. Ifso. 12h. 

2d S. after Christmas. 
Dayhreak 5h 44m. 
Epiphany. 
Sup. 4 « 
2^ so. llh 31m. 
? s. 6h 35m. Bat. N. Oil. 

1st S. after Epiphany. 

6 i?D 

2£so. llh 10m. 

$> s. 6h 48m. 

slow clock 10m. 

©Perigee. Day br. 6h 38m. 

2d S. after Epiph. $ D ^ 

c4®b> high tides. 

? s. 7h 4m. 



2fsp. lOh 30m. 

3d S. after Epiphany. 
C.St. Paul. n©j? 
?s. 7h20m. 



©Apogee. 
5|^so. lOh. 

7 ? ®2£ Daybreak 5h 26m. 
c Ulh S. after Epiphany. 



7 28 


4 32 


7 3z 


7 27 


4 33 


8 23 


7 27 


4 33 


9 14 


7 26 


4 34 


IjO 6 


7 26 


4 34 


10 57 


7 25 


4 35 


tl 46 


7 25 


4 35 


morn. 


7 24 


4 36 


33 


7 24 


4 36 


1 19 


7 23 


4 37 


2 4 


7 22 


4 38 


2 49 


7 21 


4 39 


3 37 


7 21 


4 39 


4 27 


7 20 


4 40 


5 21 


7 ,19 


4 41 


6 21 


7 18 


4 42 


7 25 


7 18 


4 42 


8 30 


7 17 


4 43 


9 34 


7 16 


4 44 


10 34 


7 15 


4 45 


11 29 


7 14 


4 46 


aft. 19 


7 13 


4 47 


1 5 


7 12 


4 48 


1 43 


7 11 


4 49 


2 30 


7 10 


4 50 


3 12 


7 9 


4 51 


3 55 


7 8 


4 52 


4 40 


7 7 


4 53 


5 27 


7 6 


4 54 


6 16 


7 5 


4 55 


7 7 


7 3 


4 57 


1 7 59 



5 23 

5 22 
rises. 

5 15 

6 16 

7 15 

8 24 

9 30 

10 37 

11 46 
morn. 

55 

2 9 

3 24 

4 42 

6 1 

7 2 
sets. 

6 32 

7 48 

8 58 

10 8 

11 7 
morn. 

24 



. € A L -E F¥ D A f£ 

OF THE COURTS IN THIS STATE, ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS, 
JANUARY. At Hartford, last Tuesday., 

New Haven and Brooklyn, fourth do. 
COUNTY COURT.— At Fairfield, first Tuesday. 



February has 29 days, beginning on Monday 



% 2d 2h 2m e. 
C 9th 9h 5m e. 



Calendar, &c. 



© 16th 5h 31m e. 
) 24th 6h 59m m. 



mIwI 

1 

2' 

3 

4 

5 

G 

7 

8 

9^ 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 



t-r.l#s. IF.seaJr. Ds 



21 

3 (Purification B. V. Mary. 

4 ?s. 7h. 39m. 

5 Daybreak 5h. 21m. 

6 If south 9h. 28m. 
& greatest elongation. 



? s. 7h. 50m. 

slow clock 15m. 

If. south 9h. 

_ Perigee. 

1st S. in Lent. Valentine. 

h stationary. <{ $ © 

High tides. <^ J^fD 

? s. 8h. 12m. 

d ?€D 

d 0^ D. increased lh. 20m 

2£ south 8h. 27m. 

2d S. in Lent. 

Daybreak 5h. 

?s,'8h. 18m. 

$) Apogee. 

6 ¥<§ 

If south 8h. 
3d S. in Lent. 
$ s. 8h. 39m. 



7 2 


4 581 8 511 6 48 


7 1 


4 


59 


9 41 


rises. 


7 


5 





10 30 


6 15 


6 59 


5 


1 


11 17 


7 22 


6 5? 


5 


3 


morn. 


8 27 


[6 56 


5 


4 


2 


9 37 


6 55 


5 


5 


4to 


10 45 


6 54 


5 





1 34 


11 57 


6 53 


5 


? 


2 23 


morn* 


6 51 


5 


9 


3 15 


1 18 


6 50 


5 


10 


4 11 


2 25 


6 49 


5 


11 


5 31 


3 59 


6 48 


5 


12 


6 13 


4 45 


6 46 


5 


14 


7 16 


5 40 


6 45 


5 


15 


8 17 


6 40 


6 44 


5 


16 


9 14 


sets. 


6 42 


5 


18 


10 6 


6 38 


6 41 


5 


19 


10 54 


7 46 


6 40 


5 


20 


11 39 


8 52 


6 38 


5 


2,2 


aft.23 


10 2 


6 3? 


5 


23 


1 6 


11 2 


6 36 


5 


24 


1 49 


morn. 


6 34 


5 


26 


2 33 


5 


6 33 


5 


2? 


3 27 


1 5 


e 32 


5 


28 


4 8 


2 5 


6 30 


5 


30 


4 59 


3 


6 29 


3 


31 


5 50 


3 52 


6 28 


5 


32 


6 42 


4 44 


6 27] 


5 


33 


7 33 


5 24 



Venus [ ? J will be evening star till 
July, and morning star the remainder o 



the 25th day of 
f the year. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
• FEBRUARY. At Litchfield, third Tuesday. 
At Middletown, fourth do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At New London, second Tuesday 



March has 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



<$ 3d 5h. 5m. m. 
< 10th 4h. 37m. m. 



© 17th 4h. 17m. m. 
) 25th 3h. 37m. m. 



Mlwl Calendar, &c. I 


0r. 1 0s. 


1 , 


3 2£s. 3h. 17m. m. 


6 26 


5 34 


2' 


% ^stationary. 


6 25 


5 35 


Si 


> $ s. 8h. 47m. 


6 23 


5 37 


4< 


3 y stationary. 


6 22 


5 38 


5 ' 


7 D. break 4h.fc2m. 


6 21 


5-39 


6 


3 4S. in Leut. 2(s. 3h. M. 


6 19 


5 41 


7 j 


2 6 t?# 


6 18 


5 42 


a: 


3 2 s. 9h. 


6 16 


5 44 


9< 


1 


6 15 


5 45 


10^ 


> ©Perigee. 


6 14 


5 46 


f\( 


*■<*;*'# 


12 


5 48 


12' 


r l(s. 2h. 34m. m. 


6 11 


5 49 


13 i 


j 5th S. in Lent. 


6 10 


5 50 


14S 


> ? s. 9h. 18m. 


6 8 


5 52 


ftt 


* ()¥• d $• 


6 7 


5 53 


164 


[ 


6 6 


5 55 


17 £ 


2fa. 2h. 16m. m. 


6 4 


5 56 


18 £ 


Full tides. 


6 3 


5 57 


19? 


?s. 9h.24m. 


6 1 


5 59 


20 k 


6S.inL. ©ent.cp 


6 


6 


212 


d '#"• 


5 58 


6 2 


22^ 


► D. break 4h. 18m. 


5 57 


6 3 


234 


2^s. lh. 54m. m. 


5 56 


6 4 


24 5 


#Apogee. 


5 54 


6 6 


25 e 


; ^ !((■ An.B.Y.M. 


5 53 


6 7 


26 5 




5 51 


6 9 


27 1 


Palm Snueay. 


5 50 


6 10 


28 5 


1 ^ ? Arietus. 


5 49 


6 11 


23^ 


1 ?s.9h. 46m. 


5 47 


6 13 


3CH 


[ 2{s.2h. 25m. m. 


5 46 


6 14 




5 46 


6 15- 



8 23 

9 11 
9 

10 44 

11 31 
morn 

20 

1 11 

2 6 



7 56 

8 45 

9 31 
10 15 

10 58 

11 4 
aft. 26 

1 12 

2 

2 50 

3 41 

4 32 

5 13 

6 12 

7 1 

7 48 

8 35 



6 2 

6 31 
rises. 

7 26 

8 36 

9 48 
11 1 
morn.. 

17 

1 31 

2 39 

3 40 

4 32 

5 9 

5 4S 

6 13 
sets. 

7 42 

8 46 

9 48 

10 51 

11 52 
morn. 

52 

1 46 

2 33 

3 21 

3 55 

4 32 

4 56 

5 20 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
MARCH. At Norwich, third Tuesday.. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday, N. Haven, third do 
Hartford, fourth do. Tolland, fourth dW 



April has 30 days, beginning on Frfday. 



# 1st 5h. 19m. E . 


© 15th 6h. 16m. e. 


( 8th llh. 14m. m. 


) 23d 9h 58m. e. 


Mlwl Calendar, &c 1 $&r. 1 #fcs. IP.^ a !r. ]> *. 


1] 


ilLrooo Jk 1 nuay. 


io 


j / 


a <6J 


iis>es». 


a 


7 ? s. lOh. 4 \ $ 


5 45 


6 18 


10 11 


7 31 


b Easter Sunday. 


5 41 


6 19 


11 4 


8 48 


> Day break 4h. 


5 39 


6 21 


morn 


10 6 


.5k 


1 g| Perigee. 


5 38 


6 22 


1 


11 22 


6< 


1 7^s s. lh. m. $ Perihelion. 


5 36 


6 24 


58 


morn. 


i 


> 2£s. lh. m. 


5 35 


6 25 


1 59 


30 


1 ? s. lOh. 13m. 


5 34 


6 26 


3 2 


1 36 


$ 


f 


5 32 


6 28 


4 2 


2 21 


1 S. after E. Low Sunday. 


5 31 


6 29 


4 52 


3 6 


11s 


' 6 *PM 


5 30 


6 30 


5 52 


3 41 


12^ 




5 28 


6 32 


6 41 


4 18 


134 


$ s. Oh. 40m. m- <j $ # 


5 27 


6 33 


7.J27 


4 41 


14 5 


? s. 10h..20m. 


5 26 


6 34 


,8 10 


5 3 


15 6 




5 24 


6 36 


853 


sets. 


167 




5 23 


6 37 


9 16 


7 35 


17 b 


2 S. after E. 


5 22 


6 38 


10 20 


8 42 


18 2 




5 21 


6 39 


11 6 


9 $0 


19 3 


ZCs. Oh. 19m. m. . ^ ?# 


5 19 


6 41 


11 53 


10 48 


20 4 


fH Apogee. 


5 18 


642 


aft. 42 


11 47 


215 


d 2|© 


5 17 


6 43 


1 52 


morn. 


22 6 


<fl|ruris high. 


5 15 


6 45 


2 23 


50 


237 




5 14 


6 46 


3 14 


1 23 


24b 


3 S. after E, 


5 13 


6 47 


4 3 


1 57 


25 2 


Day break 3h. 21m. 


5 12 


6 48 


4 51 


2 27 


stste 


? s. lOh. 39m. 


5 11 


6 49 


5 38 


2 57 


274 




5 9 


6 51 


6 24 


3 26 


M6 


$ r, 31i. 57m. m. 


5 8 


6 52 


7 11 


3 54 


296 


2is.llh.46m. 


5 7 


6 53 


7 59 


4 18 


30J7I iT}® 


5 6[ 


5 54J 8 50( 4 42 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
APRIL. At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

Fairfield, Tuesday following first Monday,, 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday <> 
-Litchfield, first Tuesday* 



"May" has '31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



• 


1st 3h. 


11m. 


M. 




(?) 


15th 9h. 


20m. 


M. 


c 


7th 6h. 


2m. 


E* 

O 30th 


11 


> 

h. 12m 


23d 

. M. 


lh. 


8m. 


K. 



mIttI 



Calendar, &c. 



i 0r. 1 0s. IF.sealr. }) s. 



Ill 


i 4 S. after £. 


5 5 


6 


55 


9 45 


rises. 


2^ 


1 (fj§ Perigee. 


5 3 


6 


57 


10 44 


9 4 


3: 


} ? s. lOh. 46m. 


5 2 


6 


58 


11 48 


10 21 


4^ 


1 Election at New Haven. 


5 1 


6 


59 


morn. 


11 30 


5 | 


) % runs low. $ r. 3h. 45m. 


5 


7 





52 


morn. 


6( 


> 2(s. llh. 23m. 


4.59 


7 


1 


1 55 


28 


7" 


1 Day break 3h. 30m. 


4 58 


7 


2 


2 55 


1 13 


8 i 


i 5 S. after Easter. 


4 57 


7 


3 


3 49 


1 53 


9* 


> $ s. lOh. 52m 


4 56 


7 


4 


4 39 


2 20 


*<K 


I 


4 55 


7 


5 


5 26 


2 46 


11 4 


I 


4 54 


7 


6 


6 9 


3 10 


12 £ 


► Ascension. 6 $ ^> 


4 53 


7 


7 


6 52 


3 34 


13€ 


I 2^s. llh. 


4 52 


7 


8 


7 34 


3 56 


14J 


£r. 3h. 23m. m. 


4 51 


7 


9 


3 17 


4 18 


15 i 


S. after Ascen. ^Eclipsed. 


4 50 


7 


10 


9 1 


sets. 


ies 


t $ greatest elongation. 


4 49 


7 


11 


19 48 


8 32 


17 2 


► ? s. lOh. 54m. 


4 48 


7 


12 


10 37 


9 32 


184 


1 ©Apogee. iDHigh. 


4 47 


7 


13 


1 27 


10 26 


19 £ 


6 ?• <4 ¥® 


4 46 


7 


14 


aft. 17 


11 16 


201 


Ifs. lOh. 37 m. 


4 45 


7 


15 


1 8 


11 55 


21 r 


r Day break 2h. 40m. 


4 44 


7 


16 


1 57 


morn. 


22 i 


i Whitsunday. 


4 43 


7 


17 


2,45 


30 


%y 


> 


4 42 


7 


18 


3 31 


56 


24: 


5 $ r. 3h. m. 


4 42 


7 


18 


4 16 


1 21 


25 


t 


4 41 


7 


19 


5 1 


1 49 


26/ 


i ? s, 10h. 49m. 


4 40 


7 


20 


5 47 


2 16 


27 ( 




4 39 


7 


21 


6 38 


2 39 


28 r 


1 !(.*. lOh. 12m. 


4 39 


7 


21 


7 28 


3 5 


29 


2 Trinity Sunday. 


4 38 


7 


22 


8 25 


3 34 


30 5 


1 High tides; 


4 37 


7 


23 


9 27 


rises. 


31 \i 


5 ^Perigee. 


4 37 


7 


23 


10 33 


9 19 



- NO COURTS HOLDEN IN THIS MONTH, 



Juxe has 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



< 


6th 2h. 13m. m. 


) 22d lh. 6m. m. 


(9i 14th Oh. 50m. if. 


$ 28th 6h. 10m. e. 


Miwi oaierjoar, &,c. J 0r. I gg£s. IJb.tteair. )) 8. 


14 


4 36 7 24 11 40 


10 17 


25 


l£s. 9h. S5m. 


4.36.7 24 morn 


11 10 


36 


$ s. lOh. 39m. 


4 35 


7 25! 


43 


11 52 


4*? 


<£#<§ 


4 34 


7 26; 


1 42 


morn. 


5 i 


1 S. after Trinity. 


4 34 


7- 26 f 


2 35 


26 


65 


Jr. 2h. 34m. m. 


4 33 


7 27 


3 23 


51 


7^ 


Day break 2h. 15m. 


4 33 


7 27 


4 8 


1 16 


84 


2{s, 9h. 36m. 


4 33 


7 27 


4 5? 


1 38 


9£ 




4 32 


7 28 


5 33 


2 


10 6 


?s. 10h.25m. ^?® 


4 32 


7 28 


6 16 


2 23; 


11 " 


^ J Arietis. 


4 32 


7 28; 6 59 


2 46 


12 i 


{ 2 S. after "Trinity. 


4 31 


7 29 7 45 


3 15 


135 


i (§Apogee. 


4 31 


7 29 8 33 


3 49 


14* 


) 


4 31J7 29 9 22 


sets. 


15^ 


l^s. 9h. 14m. rf If© 


4 3117 29 10 13 


9 12 


16- £ 


j $ r. 2h. 15m. m> 


4 31|7 29 11 4 


9 55 


17 ( 


id?® 


4 31|7 29 11 54 


10 29 


18 " 


' $ greatest brilliancy. 


4 30 7 30 aft.41 


11 4 


19i 


3 3 S. after Trinity. 


4 30 7 30 l 28 


yl 33 


20; 


1 $ s. 9h. 57m. 


4 307 30 2 12 


11 57 


21' 


5 0enters25 


4 30,7 30| 2 56 


morn. 


22' 


i lfs.'8h. 53m. 


4 30 


7 30] 3 39 


20 


23, 


3^D n 


4 30 


7 30 


4 25 


42 


24 ( 


3 St. John B. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 14 


1 10 


25 


7 


4 31 


7 29 


6 7 


1 39 


26 


b ? r. Ih. 55m. m. 


4 31 


7 29 


7 6 


2 12 


27 


2 Ifs. 8h. 37m. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 9 


2 46 


28: 


3 $§ Perigee. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 17 


rises. 


29 


i High tides. 


4 31 


7 29 


10 24 


3 5 


2U|. 


3 ? s. 9h. 18m. 


4 31 7 29 11 27 


9 3 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

JUNE. At Hartfoid, second Tuesday. 

Litchfield, third do. Panbury, fourth do.. 
New-Haven, Tuesday following fourth do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At N. London, 2d Tuesday. N. Haven, 4th, d** 



July has 81 days, beginning on Friday. 



< 5th Oh. 48m. *. 
© 13th 4h. 2m. 



21st lOh 18m. m. 
28th lh. Om. m. 



6| 



mIvvI 

s 

3 
4 



Calendar, &c 



2 
3 
6 

7 I 5 
§6 

9 7 

10b 

life 

12 3 

13 4 

145 

15 6 

16 7 
17b 

18 2 

19 3 
20' 4 
21 ! 5 
22! 6 
23,7 
24 



Visitation B. V. M. d *#$ 
? s. 9h. 5m. $ stationary 
Independence 1776.^ 
$r. lh. 40m. m. 



I 0r. I 0s. IF.sealr. D a 
10 *3 

10 52 

11 12 
11 42 



l(s. 8h. 



6 S. 



8h. 34m. cJ 
after Trinity, 



$) Apogee 

2fs. 7h. 43m. 
d2(f) 4?© 
? s. 7h. 57m. 
Daybreak 2h. 25m. 
7 S. after Trinity. 
? s. lh. 18m. m, 

T? $) conjunction. 



25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
20 
31 



S. Trinity. 
Inf. conj.© ? Dog days. 
£) runs low. 
© Perigee. 

H $ conj. High tides. 
$ r. lh. m. 
? aphel. 
9 S. after Trinity. 



32 
32 
33 
33 
33 
34 
4 34 
35 
36 
3S 
37 
37 
38 
38 



4 39 

40 
40 
41 
42 
43 
43 
4 
p 45 
4 46 
4 47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
.4 



7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

4 53 7 



28 morn 
28 25 

1 17 

2 4 

2 49 

3 32 

4 U 
4 58 
54 3 
630 

7 19 

8 9 

9 
9 50 

10 35 

11 26 
aft 11 

53 
1 

2 If 

3 7 
3 2 6 

4 51 



27 

27 

27 

26 

26 

25 

24 

24 

23 

23 

22 

22 

21 

20 

20 

19 

18 

17 

17 

16 

15 

14 

13 

12 

11 

10 



norm 
3 
27 

50 

1 19 

1 48 

2 24 

3 I 
set*. 

8 33 

9 5 
9 33 

10 
10 24 

10 54 

11 20 
11 36 
morn. 

2 

41 

1 20 

2 24 

3 29 
$ries 

8 48 

9 17 



morn. I 9 41 



- SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

JULY. At Haddam, {a] second Tuesday « 
Norwich, [a] third do. 

Brooklyn, fourth do. 

Tolland, Tuesday after 4th do. 



^August has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



C 4th 2h. 24rn. m. 
© 12th 6h. 25m. m. 



) 19th 5n. 28m. e. 
® 26th 8h. 53m. m. 



mIwI Calendar, &c. \ 0r. 1 0s. IF.seair. D s 


1 2 


b ? "couf- 


4 54 


7 6 


42 


10 4 


23 


£r.57uiw- 


4 55 


7 5 


1 26 


10 28 


34 


K 2Xconj 


4 56 


7 4 


2 10 


10 52 


4 5 


V<?nus r. 4h. 6m. m. 


4 57 


7 3 


2 54 


U 15 


5J6 


Jupiter r. 3h. 50m. M. 


4-58 


7 2 


3 39 


11 48 


«h 


[Transfiguration of Christ. 


4 59 


7 1 


4 26 


morn. 


7e 


10 S. after Trinity. 


5 


7 


5 14 


23 


85 


-,€) high. $) apogee. 


5 1 


6 59 


6 4 


'19 


0£ 


» tff)conj. 


5 -2 


6 58 


6 55 


1 56 


%4 


k Jr. 46m. 2(§)conjo 


5 4 


6 56 


7 46 


2 54 


Ijf 


► Daybreak 3h. & €)conj. 


5 5 


6 55 


8 35 


3 42 


i2 e 


> Venus r. 3h. 23m. 


5 6 


6-54 


9 23 


sets. 


13' 




5 7. 


6 53 


10 9 


8 5 


14 i 


5,11s. after Trinity,, 


5 8 


6 52 


10 54 


8 29 


15 S 


21 Jupiter r. 3h. 29m. M. 


5 9 


6 51 


11 36 


8 52 


16: 


► $r. 39m. 


5 10 


6 5t) 


aft.SQ 


9 14 


Mi 


i Tp §)conj. 


5 12 


6 48 


1 5 


9 42 


18 < 


> Venus r. 2h. 39m. 


5 13 


6 47 


1 52 


10 3 


19( 




5 14 


6 46 


2 44 


10 42 


20 r 


f 7 stars I. 10b. 


5 16 


6 44 


3 40 


11 20 


2li 


3 12 S. after Trinity. 


5 17 


6 43 


4 40 


raoro. 


335 


* C> runs low. 


5 18 


6 42 


5 44 


2 


23 ^ 


* J r. 30m. Mo 


-5 19 


6 41 


6 49 


1 5 


24 ^ 


I $) perigee. 


5 21 


6 39 


7 50 


2 21 


25, 


3 Full tides. *^$)conj. 


5 22 


6 38 


8 48 


3 38 


26 ( 


3 Venus r. 2h. 33m. 


5 23 


6 37 


9 41 


rise3. 


27 


7 Jupiter r. 2h. 54m. m. 


5 25 


6 35 


10 30 


7 40 


28 


b 13 S. after Trinity. 


5 26 


6 34 


11 17 


8 5 


29 


2 St. John B. 


5 27 


6 33 


morn. 


8 26 


30 


3 Venus very brilliant. 


5 28 


6 32 


2 


8 51 


311 


4 Venus r. 2h. 22m. 


5 30 


6 30 


46l 9 18 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AUGUST. At Litchfield third Tuesday. 
Haddam fourth do, 
COUNTY COURTS, 

At Hartford, Brooklyn, & Danbury,2d Tuesday . 
-Tolland, fourth do 



September has 30 days, beginning on Thursday, 
T"2d TlClaiw B. | • ) 17th Ilk 32m~E. 

© 10th 7h.56m. e. jj 24th 7h. lm. a. 



mIvvI Calendar, &c. 1 


0r. 1 0s.lF.sea.lr.])8- 


. 1(5 




5 3216 28 


1 32 


9 46 


26 


Venus r. 2h. 18m. m. 


5 33 


6 27 


2 19 


10 21 


37 


$r. 18m. Dog days end. 


5 35 


6 25 


3 7 


11 ,0 


4b 


Jf)conj. 7 stars r. 9h. 


5 36 


6 24 


3 57 


11 48 


5 2 


$) apogee. #) high. 


5 38 


6 23 


4 48 


morn- 


63 


Daybreak 3h. 54m. ? $ ^ 


5 39 


6 21 


5 38 


40 


74 


Jupiter s, 2h. 53m. 


5 40 


6 20 


6 29 


1 42 


85 


Nativity Blessed Virgin M. 


5 41 


6 19 


7 18 


2 44 


96 


Veuus r. 2h. 10m» m. 


5 43 


6 17 


8 5 


3 49 


10*7 




5 44 


6 16 


8 50 


sets. 


11 B 


$ r. 9m. M. 


5 45 


6 15 


9 34 


6 56 


tt.4 


Full tides. tf C^o n j° 


5 47 


6 13 


10 18 


7 17 


13^ 


J? ®conj. 


5 48 


6 12 


11 3 


7 38 


144 


Jupiter r. 2h. 


5 49 


6 11 


11 50 


8 7 


15 5 


, 


5 51 


6 9 


aft. 40 


8.36 


16 € 


Venus r. 2h. 6m. 


5 52 


6 8. 


1 35 


9 17 


17 "7 




5 54 


6 6 


2 33 


9 58 


18 E 


£*r. midnight. #;low. 


5 55 


6 5 


3 35 


10 57 


19 5 


j Jupiter and Venus conj. 


5 56 


6 4 


4 38 


morn. 


2(K 


1 ® perigee. 


5 58 


6 2 


5 38 


4 


21 4 


1 


5 59 


6 1 


6 37 


1 22 


L 22 £ 


, enters =£= 


6 


6 


7 30 


2 39 


23 6 


> Venus r, 2h. 5m* 


6 2 


5 58 


8 20 


3 53 


24: 


Full tides. 


6 3 


5 57 


9 7 


rises. 


25 i 


5 Jupiter r. lh. 41rar. 


6 4 


5 56 


6 55 


6 30 


26 S 


> $s, llh. 52m 


6 6 


5 54 


10 38 


6 52 


27; 


5 


6 7 


5 53 


11 25 


7 18 


28- 


1 


6 9 


5 51 


morn. 


7 47 


29 i 


> Venus r. llh. 52m. 


6 10 


5 50 


10 


8 16 


30( 




6 11 


k 49 


59 


1 8 57 



SUPERIOR COURTS 
I SEPTEMBER 



At New London, 2d Tuesday 
Hartford, fourth do. 



COUNTY COURT. 

At Litchfield, fourth 



. ;do* 



October has 31 days, beginning on Saturday 



( 2d lh. 55m. b. 


) I7th5h. 37m. m. 


© 10th 8h. 42m. M. 


@ 24th 8h. 17m. m. 


M.lwl Calendar, &c. 1 #r. 1 0s. IF.sealr. J> g. 


1' 


? £) runs high. 


6 11 


5 4S 


1 49, 9 38 


®] 


3 18 S. after T. $) wpogee. 


6 13 


5 47 


2 40 10 32 


2ri 


> £®conj. 


6 14 


5 46 


3 31 11 20 


4: 


j Venus r. 2h. 10m. M, 


6 16 


5 44 


4 21'morn. 


5* 


[ Jup.€)conj. Venus gr. elon. 


6 17 


5 43 


5 10] 30 


61 


j £r. llh.40m. 


6 18 


5 42 


5 57|. 1 34 


7( 


1 Jupiter r. 55m, M. 


6 20 


5 40 


6 43 2 34 


8 r 


' Daybreak 4h. 42m. 


6 21 


5 39 


7 27, 3 45 


9 i 


j 19 S. after Trinity. 


6 22 


5 38 


8 12 4 51 


10 S 


? Venus r. 2h. 15m. 


6 24 


5 36 


8 57, sets. 


11 V 


\ \ f)conj. 


6 25 


5 35 


9 44* 6 8 


\2* 


High tides. 


6 26 


5 34 


10 35 6 40 


13 i 


i $r. llh. 31m, 


6 28 


5 32 


11 29 7 12 


Ut 




6 30 


5 30 


aft. 28' 8 1 


15' 


$) perigee. 


6 31 


5 29 


1 29| 8 50 


16 i 


$ Venus r. 2h. 16m. 


6 32 


5 28 


2 32 10 1 


n°< 


I 


6 34 


5 26 


3 33 11 11 


18 I 


} Jupitor r. midnight. 


6 35 


5 25 


4 31 


morn. 


19- 


[ Jr. llh. 24m. 


6 36 


5 24 


5 25 


27 


20^ 




6 38 


5 22 


6 14 


1 41 


21 e 


| Venus r. 2h. 32m. 


6 39 


5 21 


7 1 


2 54 


22' 




i 40 


5 20 


7 46 


4 3 


23 i 


j 21 S. after Trinity. 


6 42 


5 19 


8 31 


5 13 


24 x 


i Jupiter r. midnight. 


6 44 


5 16 


9 16 


rises. 


25^ 


1 Jr. llh. 14m. 


6 45 


5 15 


10 2 


5 43 


26 i 


[ 


6 47 


5 13 


10 50 


6 16 


27 < 


Venus r. 2h. 40m. 


6 48 


5 12 


11 40 


6 48 


28 ( 




6 49 


5 11 


morn. 


7 36 


29- 


J Jupiter r. llh. 40m. 


6 50 


5 10 


30 


8 24 


30 i 


5 €) apogee. 


6 51 


5 9 


1 23 


9 18 


315 


> 


6 52J 


5 8 


2 12 


10 14 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

OCTOBER. At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. 

New-Haven, 2d Tuesday. Tolland, 3d do, 

COUNTY COURT. 

At Middletown, third Tuesday. 



November has 30 day«, beginning on Tuesday. 



C 1st 9h.2lm. M. 
© 8th 8h. 47m. e. 



) 15th lh. 4m. m. 
Q 23d Oh. 44m. m. 



Ml 


wl Calendar, &c. 1 


#r. 


0s. 


F.sea. 


Ir. Jg. 


1 


3 All saints. $ ©eonj. 


6 


54 


5 6 


3 2 


11 13 


2 


4JVenus r. 2b. 50m. Jup.© cj 


6 


55 


5 5 


3 49 


morn. 


3 


"5'Jupiter r. llh. 23m. 


6 


56 


5 4 


4 35 


22 


4 


6] Jr. lih. 


6 


57 


5 3 


5 19 


1 27 


5 


7jVenus^)conj. 


6 


59 


5 1 


6 3 


2 32 


6 


b23S. after Trinity. 


7 





5 


6 47 


3 40 


7. 


2 « ©couj. 


7 


1 


4 59 


7 33 


4 47 


8 


3 J r. lOh. 22m. 


7 


2 


4 58 


8 22 


sets. 


9 


4 Daybreak 5h. 22m. 


7 


3 


4 57 


9 17 


5 8 


10 


5' Jr. lOh. 48m. 


7 


4 


4 56 10 15 


5 53 


11 


6 #) low. © perigee. 


7 


5 


4 55 11 18 


6 42 


12 


7 Full tides. 


7 


6 


4 54 aft- 23 


7 55 


13 


B !4S. after Trinity. 


7 


7 


4 53 


1 27 


8 58 


i# 


g Venus r. 3h. 13m. 


7 


8 


4 52 


2 26 


10 15 


15 


3 Jupiter r. lOh. 40m. 


7 


9 


4 51 


3 22 


11 32 


16 


4^f)conj. 


7 


10 


4 50 


4 12 


morn. 


17 


5| Jr. lOh. 35m. 


7 


11 


4 49 


4 57 


51 


18 


5JVenus parhelion. 
b 25 S. after Trinity. 


7 


12 


4 48 


5 44 


1 54 


19 


7 


13 


4 47 


6 27 


3 5 


20 


7 


14 


4 46 


7 11 


4 8 


23 


^2, Venus r. 3h. 22m. 


7 


14 


4 46 


7 56 


5 12 


22 


3 


7 


15 


4 45 


8 43 


6 10 


23 


4 Jupiter r. lOh. 10m. 


7 


15 


4 45 


9 52 


rises. 


24 


5' Jr. lOh. 19m. 


7 


16 


4 44 


10 23 


5 34 


2£ 


6 © runs high. 


7 


17 


4 43 


11 r» 


6 17 


26 


7jVenus r. 3h. 38m. 


7 


13 


4 42 


morn. 


7 12 


27 


B © apogee. 


7 


19 


4 41 


6 


8 8 


3d 


2 ! 


7 


20 


4 40 


55 


9 10 


20 


3 Jupiter r. 9h. 5 Im. Jup.@co. 


7 


20 


4 40 


1 43 


10 12 


50 


4 1 J ©conj. 


1? 


21 


4 39 


2 8 


11 8 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
NOVEMBER. At Danbury, first Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. Norwich, 2d Tuesday, 
Nevr-Haven, fourth Tuesday, 



pECEM BERJia^ 31 days, beginning on Thursda y- 
C 1st 5h. 35m. m. | @ 8th 8h. 13m. m. | ) 14th llh. 5m. e. 
• 22d 7h. 28m. e. | ( 30th llh. 6m. e. 



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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

27 



Calendar, &c. 



I #r. I #s. IF.sea.Ir. D s- 



28 

2D 
30 
31 



Venus r. 3h. 46m. 

2 S. in Advent. 

$ r. 9h, 54m. Venusffcon. 
Jupiter r, 8h. 20m, fyf)& 
Venus r. 2h, 58m, 
Daybreak 4h, 43m, 
O perigee, #). low, 
High tides, 

3 S, in Advent 
\ enus Tp conj, 

$ r. 9h. 29m, 
Veuus r, 4b, 16m, 

Jupiter r. 8h, 40m, 
7 stars south lOh; 

4 S, in Advent, 



w r, 9h, §entersV5>, 
Venus r, 4n, 34m, 
•) high, 

Jupiter r, 8h, 5m, 
Christmas. £) apogee, 
Jupiter€)conj. 
£(§cenj, 

Venus r. 4h. 48m, 
(§) perigee, 
$ r. 8h. 25m, 



7 22 
7 23 
7 24 
7 25 
7 25 
7 26 
26 
7 27 
7 27 
7^28 
7 28 
.7 28 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 30 
7 29 
7 29 
7 29 
7. 28 
7 28 



4 38 
4 37 
4 36 
4 35 
4 35 
4 34 
4 34 
4 33 
4 33 
4 32 
4 32 
4 32 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
4 30 
,4 30 
4 30 
4 31 
4 31 
4 31 
4 32 



3 12 

3 55 

4 38 

5 21 

6 9 

7 

7 55 

8 57 

10 4 

11 11 
aft. 15 

1 14 
2 

2 57 

3 43 

4 26 

5 10 

5 54 

6 40 

7 28 

8 18 

9 9 
10 

10 51 

11 39 
morn, 

25 

1 9 
1 51 



mora. 

4 

1 14 

2 25 

3 38 

4 50 
6 3 
sets. 

'5 24 
6 42 

8 

9 17 
10\34 
11 40. 
morn, 

55 

2 1 

3 5 

5 f 2 
9 13 
rises, 

5 1 

5 59 

6 58 

7 59 
9 1 

10 4 

11 7 



4 32 3 15 



3 32 morn. 



11 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. Litchfield, 3d Tuesday, 
T-oUaad* fourth -Tuesday,. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



GOVERNMENT OF 
CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENTS* 



HENRY W, EDWARDS, Governor. 

Salary, $1100, 

J&BENEZER STODDARD, Lieut. Governor. 

Salary, $30G ; , 



SENATORS, 
LEVI BARNES. 
SAMUEL MILLS. 
TIMOTHY COWLES. 
HENRY C. FLAGG, 
JOEL HINMAN. 
FRIEND COOK. , 
NATHAN DABOLL. 
WELCOME A. BROWNING 
JOHN S. ROGERS. 
OLIVER C. SANFORD. 
ZERAH'S. A. PECK. 
CHARLES HAWLEY.i 
JOEL W. WHITE. 
THOMAS BACKUS, ] 
THERON ROCKWELL. 
GEORGE TAYLOR. 
HORATIO SMITH. 
JOHN STEWART. 
CHARLES ARNOLD. 
ORRIN HOLT. 
THOMAS CLARK. 
ROBINSON S, HINMAN, Clerk of the Senate. 
SILAS MIX, Fsq. Executive Secretary. 

IJEREmAR BROWN,., Esq. Treasurer. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Esq. Secretary. 

SETH P. BEERS, Esq. Commiss'r of the School Fund 

GIDEON WELLES, Esq. CpaiptjroUei: of Public Ao«u. 



Dist- 


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2, 


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10, 


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19, 


it 


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> HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 

CHANUCEY F. CLEVELAND, Speaker. 

STILLMAN K. WIGHTMAN, f r * ArW 
WILLIAM P. BURRALL, J ^ier*s>. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Wm. W. Ellsworth, Henry Kilboum* 
Avon, Franklin Deming. 
Berlin, Theron Hart, Samuel Kelsey* 
Bristol, Geo. W. Bartholomew. 
Burlington, Ira BronsoiK 
Canton, Noah R. L. Bristol. 
East Hartford, Ozias Roberts, Sam'I Brewer;. 
Ea3t Windsor, Wm. Barnes,Theodore Elmer, 
Enfield, Geo. Allen 2d, Samuel Booth. 
Farmington, Horace Cowles, Edward Hooker... 
Glastenbury, David E. Hubbard j Gideon Welles* 
Granby, Horace Clark, Anson N. Holcomb. 
Hartland, Henry Robertson, Phelps Humphreys 
Marlborough, Roger Blish. 
Manchester, Geo-. W. Cheeney. 
Simsbury, Elisha Phelps, Obed Hfgley. 
Southington, Isaac Shepard, Jesse Olney. 
Sufiield, Israel Harman, Luther Loomis. 
Wethersfield, James L. Belden^ Alfred Bailey.. 
Windsor, Giles Ellsworth, Samuel CadwelL 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New-Haven, Dennis Kiraberly,Philip S J3f alpinv 

Bethany, Andrew Beecher. 

Branford, Malachi Linsley. 

Cheshire, T. L. Gaylord, Chauncey Peck. 

Derby, John B. Davis. 

East Haven, James Thompson 

Guilford, Nathaniel Griffing, Abel Rosseter. 

Hamden, Alfred Bassett 

Madison, Phineas Meigs. 

Meriden, Hezekiah Rice. 

Middlebury, Josiah Hine. 

Milford, Abijah Carrinton, Treat Clark*. 

North Branford, EbenezerH. Fowler, 

Jforth Haven, Amasa Therp.. 



REPRBSETATIVES. 25 

Orange, Nathan Merwin, 

Oxford, Sheldon Clark. 

Prospect, Wm. Mix. 

Southbury, Chs. C. Hinman. 

Wallingford, Sam'I Cook, Lyman Millcrv 

Wolcott, Orrin Plumb. 

Waterbury, Timothy Ball, Marshal Hoadley. 

Woodbridge, Ephraim Baldwin. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Coddington Billing*, S. K. Smith. 

Norwich, C P. Huntington, Samuel Tyler. 

Bozrah, no election. 

Colchester, John Isham, Samuel Kellogg. 

Franklin, Burrell Woodwortb. 

Griswold, Daniel Huntington. 

Groton, A. Latham, Jacob Gallup- 

Lebanon, Amos Fowler, jr- Oliver Kirtgsley- 

Lisbon, James Stetson. 

Lyme, J. R. Warren, Christopher Stark. 

Montvilie,Afaerwood Raymond. 

N. Stonington, Latham Hull, Stanton Hewett, Jr* 

Preston, Isaac Avery, Joseph Harvey. 

Salem, Richard Tiffany. 

Stonington, John D. Noyes, C. H. Smith. 

Waterford, James Reed. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, David Hill, Hez. Allen-. 
Bridgeport, Daniel O. Wheeler- 
Brookfield, Stephen Gregory. 
Danbury, E. M. White, Abraham Stow. 
Darien, Edward Scofield. 
Greenwich, Silas Davis, Fred. Lockwood* 
Huntington, Thadeus Beadsl@y, Jr. 
Monroe, Levi Edwards. 
New-Canaan, Joseph Silliman. 
New-Fairiield, Abel M. Sherwood. 
Newtown Dan'l Botsford, Lemuel Beers. 
Norwalk, Noah Willcox, C.W. Taylor. 
Reading, T. B. Fanton, Walker Bates. 
Ridgefield, Aaron Lee, J. C. Sears* 
Sherman, David Northrop* 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. ■*. 

Stamford, Royal L. Gay, Seleck Schofieldo \ 

Stratford, Chas. Gillet. 

Trumbull, Ephraim W. Beach. 

Weston, Jesse Wakeman, David Patchen, 

Wilton, James F. Chapman. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Elisha Adams, 

Ashford, Fielder Watkins, Benjamin C. Simmons. 

Canterbury, Ethan Chaffee, Benj. Delop. 

Chaplin, Thomas Martin. 

Hampton, C. F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly, George Warren, Wml Alexander* 

Pomfret, Fred. A verill, Jr. Reuben Spalding. 

Plainfield, Amos Witter, Erastus Lester. 

Sterling, John Gallup. 

Thompson, Parley Jordon, Joseph Waterman. . 

Voluntown, John C Smith, 

Windham, Stowell Lincoln, Roswell Moulton. 

Woodstock, A. A. Williams, Lorenzo Morey. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. W 

Litchfield, P. Miner, E. Harrison. 

Barkhamsted, Elijah Jones, Chester Wentworth. . 

Bethlehem, Isaac S c Wadsworth. 

Canaan, Wm P. Burrell, Leman Church. 

Colebrook, Arthur Howell, C. B. Phelps. 

Cornwall, Philo Kellogg, Anson Rogers. 

Goshen, Cicero Collins, George Cook. 

Harwinton, Augustus S. Johnson, Lyman Perkins. 

Kent, Daniel Dayton. 

New Milford, Sherman Peck, Perry Smith. 

New Hartford, Normand Merrill, Henry Jones. 

Norfolk, Thomas Curtiss, Elizur Dowd. 

Plymouth, Eli Potter, 

Roxbury, Stephen Sanford. 

Salisbury, Jared S. Harrison, Frederick A.Walton. 

Sharon, Ansel Sterling, Ralph Deming. 

Torrington, Noah Drake, Jr. Cicero Hayden. 

Warren, Dan Carter. 

Washington, Samuel Leavett, Daniel Wheaton. 

Watertown, W. H. Merriman. 

Winchester, John Boyd, Samuel Hurlbut. 

Woodbury, Harvey Morris, John Judson, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 37 

MIDDLELEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, S. K.Wightman, Wm. Plumb 
Chatham, Selden Cook, Lazarus Watrous. 
Durham, Samuel Tibbals, Munson Strong. 
Haddam, Nehemiah Dickerson, Lyman E. Burr. 
East Haddam, William Palmer, Wm. Marsh. 
Killingworth, Joseph Stannard, Luther Hull. 
Saybrook, Samuel Ingham, Jedediah Post. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Novatus Chapman, Cordial Newcomb. 

Bolton, Jabez L. White, Jr. 

Columbia, Amherst Scovill. 

Coventry, Frederick A. Strong, Isaac Keeny. 

Ellington, Joseph W- Bissell. 

Hebron, Henry Jones, Harvey Dunham 

Mansfield, Stephen Bringham, Jos. Conant. 

Sbmers, no election — meeting not warned. 

Stafford, Asper Hyde, Geo. S. Dimmick. 

Union, Bcnj. Corbin, Augustus Moore. 

Vernon, Alonzo Bailey. 

Wellington, Origen Dimock, Walter Newcomb. 

132 Towns. 210 Representatives. 



28 JUDICIAL ANC CIVIL 

Judicial ami Civil Departments* 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 
Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Chief Judge. 
Hon. Clark Bissel, I Hon. Jabez W. Huatingten; 
Samuel Church, | Henry M. Waite. 



Allotment of Judges. — Winter Circuit, 1835 — 6, 

Williams, C.J. Hartford and Tollaud^ 

Bissel, J. Fairfield and Middlesex. 

Church, J. Litchfield. 

Huntington, J- New London and Windham. 

Waite, J. New Haven. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Lorain T. Pease, Esq. Chief Judge. 
As3o. Judges. Ira E. Smith, David Hubbard, 
Philo A. Goodwin, Esq. Clerk of Superior, and Coun- 
ty Courts. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 



Justices ot the Peace. 

Hartford — Thomas Day, Gaius Lyman, John M. 
Niles, Isaac Perkins, Cypria Nickols, William W. Ells- 
worth, Jeremiah Brown, Is^acToucey, James M. Good 
win, Francis Parsons, Thomas C. Perkins, Royal R. 
Hinman, Daniel L. Sisson, Thomas Roberts, Charles 
Shepard, Waterman Roberts, Jesse Savage, Thomas 
H.Seymour,, Solomon Porter, Job Allen, Charles 
Chapman, John Russel, Denison Morgan, John Stan- 
wood, Albert Day, Nathan Seymour, Elisha Olmstead, 
Philo A. Goodwin, Joseph Pratt, Nathan Allyn, 
Thomas Cooly, Benning Mann, Caleb Pond, Oliver C. 
Phelps, Jr. Samuel H. Huntington, Simeon Arnold, 
Morgan Goodwin, Jr. Henry Mix, 

Avon— Luther Woodford, Truman Woodford, Corril 
Higley, Romanta Woodruff, A uasa Woodford, John 
H. Miller, Franklin Demmii g 



Departments. 29 

Berlin — Ira E. Smith, Levi Barns, Benjamin Wilcox 
Scth Cowles. George J. Hooker, Benjamin Allen 
William Smith, William H. Belden, William B. North 
Luther Beckly, Freedom Hart, Abijah Flagg 

Bristol — Joel Truesdell, Tracy Peck, Charles G 
Ives, Philip Gaylard, George Welch, Avery Atkins 1 
Henry A. Mitchell, George W. Bartholomew, 

Burlington — Gad Frisby, Ira Bronson, William 
Marks, Truman Smith, Davis F. Butler. 

Canton — Luther Higley, Lorin Humphreys,. Theo- 
dore Pettibone, Benjamin Weed. Jr. Decius Humphreys 
Isaac Mills, Henry Nash, Austin N. Humphrey, Ilug- 
gles Case, Daniel H Morgan, 

East Hartford — Samuel Brewer, Giles Olmstead, 
John Kennedy, Martin Stanly, Jonah Williams, Eli 
Barnum, Elisha Anderson, William Cooley, Thomas 
Willis, Jr. Luman Hurlburt, Mahlon Forbes, Samuel 
Arnold. 

East Windsor— Samuel Bartlett, William Barnes, 

Samuel Willis, Bethuel Kinsley, Henry Watson, 

Ebenezer Pinney, Solomon Terry, jr. Alexander 

Wells, Josiah Ellsworth, Luke Watson, Timothy Ells 

worth, Horace Barber, Horace H Newbury, 

Enfield — Jabez Collins, Loraine T. Pease, Henry 
Kingsbury, Geer Terry, Jabez King, John Mason, 
George Randall. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman, Horace Cowles, 
Edward Hooker, Egbert Cowles, Henry Lewis, Simeon 
Hart, jr- Joshua Youngs, Williams A. Ives. 

Glastenbury— David E. Hubbard, Pardon Brown, 
Gideon Wells, George Merrick, Henry Dayton, Geo 
Hale, Thadeus Wells, George Covill, Frary Hale, jr 
Asahel Holister, David Curtis Robert Hant, Silvester, 
Blish. 

Granby- -Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb, Horace 
Clark, Abner Case, Daniel Hayes Joseph Coruish, C. 
T. Hillyer, Anson Bates, Oliver Alderman, Edmond 
Thompson, Joel Clark, Grov. Griswold, Cullen Hays, 
Joshua R. Jewitt, Justus D. Willcox, 

Hartland — Eli Wilder, Phelps Humphreys, Virgi] 



30 JUDICIAL AND CITIL 

Stebbings, Austin Ensighn, Lent Benham, Lester'New 
ton, Willis Wright, William Selby, Jr. 

Manchester— Ephraim Wyllys, John Mather, George 
•W. Cheney, Normand Buckland, Eleazer W Holister, 
Benjamin Lyman, Mathew C. Cad well, George Cor- 
riel, Aehbell W ( Case, 

Marlborough — Samuel P. Jones Oliver Phelps* 
Richard D. Gliston, George Foot, William W. Rich- 
mond, Oliver Northamc 

Simsbury— Elisha Phelps, John O Pettibone, A.saph 
Tuller, 'Dudley Humphreys,. Ambrose Adams, Lewis 
Dickinson, Moses Ensign, Shubael-S. Haskins, Allen 
Pinney, William Wichelson, Lot Pinney, Elijah St. 
Johns, Whiting Shepard, Guy R. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesy, Josiah B. Andrews, 
Isaac Shepard, James F. G. Andrews. Richard Cowles, 
Timothy Jones, James Tyler, Rollin Dickinson, 
Asaph Upson. 

Suffield — William Gay, David Hale, Samuel Norris, 
Luther Loomis, Julius C. Sheldon, Julius Harman, 
Henry Pease, Edwin P. Stebens, Calvin Freeman 5 
David Hastings, Thadius Lyman. 

Wethersfield — Elijah Keach, James L.Belden, Elias 
Francis. Ashbel Robertson, Selden Miner, Allen Smith 5 
Welles Adams, Alfred Francis, Leonard C. Hubbard, 
Robert Francis, Jr. Harvy Francis, Henry Buckley, 
Bbenezer Goodale, Archibald Robins, Amos Philsbury, 
Windsor — James Loomis, Walter Thrall, Josiah 
Phelps, Hiram Phelps, James Roberts, Benjamin Gra- 
ham, David Birge, John Hubbard, Ami R. Palmer, 
Richard Niles, Giles Elsworth. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Henry A. Mitchell, Esq. State Attorney. 
Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington^ 
Walter Mitchell, Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull Seth 
Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, William 
Hnngerford, Alfred Smith, William W. Ells'worth, 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Isaac Toucy, A. A. Loomis, 
Charles Shepard, O. E. Williams, Jared Griswold, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons* 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Erastus Smith, John B. Watson, Charles M. Emerson, 
Win. R. Cone, Philo A. Goodwin, James H. Holcomb . 
Edward Goodman, Benning Mann. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. Smith, Shcldron 
Moor, M. A. Nickerson. 
"Canton — Henry Nash. \ 

East Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield— William Dixon, Lorain T. Pease. 

Farmington — Timothy Pitkin, Lemuel Whitman, 

Glastenbury — George Merrick. 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Griswold, 

Simsbury— Elisha Phelps, Hector F Phelpa. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Wethersfield— Asher Robbin3. 

Windsor— Richard G. Drake. 

William Mather, Jr. Esq. Simsbury, (office at Hart- 
ford, ) Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Hartford, Horace Wadsworth ;En- 
field, Gilbert Allen ; East Windsor, Chester Belknap ; 
Farmington, William A. Ives ; Glastenbury, David 
Bates; Granby, David Latham; Suffield, Albert 
Cent ; Simsbury, Jeffery O. Phelps ; Windsor, Cicero 
Phelps ; Wethersfield, Walter Harris ; Bristol, New- 
man Peck. 

Chester Adams, Hartford, Jailer. 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

County Court. 
Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Assoo Judges, Jared Bassett, . Hinman, Esq's. 

Robinson L. Hinman, Clerk. 
Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
New-Haven — William Mix, Ralph I. Ingersol, Antho 
ny P. Sanford, Silas Mix, Joseph N. Clark, James 
Punderford,Charle A. Ingersol, Noyes Darling, James 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Barnes, Willian H. Ellis, Jonathan Stoddard, Lever* 
ett Griswold, Chancellor Kingsburry, Nathaniel J. 
Booth, Levi Francis, Roger Prout, Luther Gilbert, Giles 
Mansfield, Charles S. A. Davis, Peleg H. Cove, 
Matthias R. Tufts, Joseph Bennet, Philip Carti, An- 
son F. Colt. William A. Reynolds, Richard M. Clark, 
Samuel Mason, Russsel Treadway, .Newton Wheeler, 
Guy C. Hotchkiss, Walter Osborn, Ebenezer Johnson, 
Chester Dickinson, Eiias Gilbert, Augustus Smith, 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, William Ramsdale, Newell 
Johnson, Isaac Mix, Josiab F.Eiunt, Stephen Bunnell, 
Jeremiah Barnett, Ralph B. Steel. 

Bethany — Archibald A. Perkins, Eliakim Smith. 
Abraham Beecher, George F. Peck, Alvan Sperry 
Miles Hitchcock. 

Branford — Levi Bradley, Orin D. Squires, William 
Tyler>Chandler Balker, Rutherford Russell, Samuel 
Cook. 

Cheshire— Reuben W. Royce, Benajah Ives, Alfred 
Doolittle. Edward A. Cornwall, Nathan Booth,Chaun- 
cy Peck, William L. Foot, 

Derby — Bennett Lum, Sheldon Smith, Isaac J. Gil- 
bert, Alfred Blackman, Hiram Upson, Samuel Sher- 
wood, Jr. Sheldon Bassett, Peter Tomlinson, Ira L 
UrfFord, John C. Wheeler, John B. Hinman, 
^East-Haven — Bela Farnum, James Williams, Les- 
ter Keep, James Tretmam 

Guilford— David S. Fowler, Timothy Stone, George 
Landon, Ruben Elliot, Henry Elliott, George Hart, 
Samuel Scranton, Anson Foote, Henry Loper, Samu- 
el C. Spencer. 

Hamden— Jared Bassett, Alfred Bassett, James M. 
Ford, Elam Warner, Ambrose Benham, Loyal F. 
Todd. 

Madison — John F. Meigs, Jesse Crampton, Walter 
P. Monger, William Blatchly, Nathan W- Hopson. 
Samuel T. Blatchly,Frederick W. Scranton, Augustus 
B. Wilcox, Samuel B. C. West. 

Meriden-Benajah Andrews, Asahel Merriam, James 
S. Brooks, Noah Pomeroy, Levi Yale, Eli E. Birdsey. 
Milford — William Strong, Samuel B. Gunn, Jona- 
than Clark, Andrew French, William Duram, Jr. Wm. 
H. Fowler, Adolphus Baldwin, 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, James D, 
Wooster, William Bronson, Lyman Broadley, Eben. 
Abbott. 

North-Branford — Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, 
Ralph Linsley, Jesse Linsley. 

Orange — Jonas F. Merwin, Nathan Piatt, David 
Johnson, Jame3 Ward, Isaac Hine, Jr. William A. 
Bronson. 

Oxford — Levi Candee, Samuel Meigs, Noah Stone, 
Samuel Wire, Hiram Osborn, Calvin Leavenworth, 
Horace Candee, Ira Sherman. 

Prospect — Samuel Williams, Joseph Paine, Wm. 
Mix, Thomas Wiimot, Benjamin Piatt, Aaron Austin. 
Southbury — William Hinman, John Mosely, Gideon 
Judson, John Pierce, Ebenezer Johnson, David Brad- 
ley, Edward J^inman, Benjamin B. Osborne, Henry 
Downes, Daniel Hinman. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, Elisha S. Abernethy, . 
Bennett Bronson, Alva Hoadley, Obadiah Warner, 
Leonard Prichard, Timothy Porter, Moses Hall, Hum- 
phrey Nichols, Eiias Ford, Robinson S. Hinman, Giles 
Hotchkiss, Levi "Wooster, Josiah Culver, William 
H. Tomlinson. 

Wallingford — John D. Reynolds, James Carrington, 
Ira Tuttle, William Maries, Alonzo B. Chapin, Jared 
K. Ford, William Francis, Amos Dutton, Bealias K. 
Hall. 

Woodbridge— Mark Sperry, Joseph W. Davis, Ly- 
man Manville, John Northrop, William Clark, Henry 
Hitchcock. 

Wolcott— Archibald Turner, David Frisbie, Orrin 
Plumb, Noah H. Byington. 

Practising Attorneys. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-Haven— Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, 

Roger S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kim- 

berly, Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. 

W. Boardman, Ebenezer Seeley, Isaac H. Townsend* 

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t54 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Ammi Harrison, Henry White, Silas Mix, William B„ 
Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stoddard, Chs. 
Robinson. 

Cheshire— Burrage Beach. 

Derby — John L. Tomlinson, Alfred Biackman, Ira 
L. Ufford. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford— David B. Ingersoll. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Wallingford — Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, E. S. Abernethy, Bennet 
Brpnson. 



Erastus Osborn, Esq., New-Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Wooster Yale, Charles W. Cur- 
tiss, New-Haven; Samuel Yale, Meriden; Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Oxford ; Leander Parmelee, Wallingford; 
Reuben Stone, Guilford; Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterbury; 
William Peck, Cheshire ; Treat Bradley, Derby. 
Samuel W. Chilson, Jailer. 



NEW-^LONDON COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Coddington Billings, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, S. A. Peters, Alexander Stewart, Esq's. 

John DeWitt, Esq, Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Joseph William's, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
New-London-^-Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gur- 
ley, Jirah Isham, Anson Smith, Wm. F. Brainard, J. 
P. Trott, Thomas S. Perkins, Sabin K. Smith, Thos. 
Lewis, Increase Wilson, Henry Douglass, Benjamin 
Gardiner, Jr. Elijah Ames, Daniel B. Hempstead, Wm. 
Bolles. 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, Jamee 
-Stedman, John Hyde, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, 



DEPARTMENTS. 85 

'isaae Story, Asa Roath, Lewis Hyde, Erastus Coit, 
John H. Townsend, Henrv Strong, Elisha Tracy, Jesse 
Fuller, Asa Child, Win. H. Law, John T. Adams, 
Henry T. Backus, Epaphras Porter, JoshuaMaples, Jr. 
Enoch C. Chapman. 

Bozrah — Gardner Avery, WiHiam Whiting, Ezra 
Lathrop, Elijah Huntington, David A. Fox, John W. 
Haughton, Wm. L. Crocker, Roderick Gardner, 
Nehemiah Waterman, Havilah Morey. 

Colchester— rBenjamin Trumbull,, Samuel A. Peters, 
Artemas Worthington, Amherst D. Scovill, Samuel 
Kellogg, Hezekiah Abel, Joshua B. Rogers, Asahel 
Skinner, Robins Tracy, Giles Shattuck. 

Franklin — Comfort D. Fillmore, Henry Hazen, Jo- 
soph Kingsley, John Armstrong, Gilbert Lamb, Wm. 
Ladd. 

Griswold — Welcome A. Browning, Alexander 
Stewart, Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, John W. 
'Fanning, Wheeler Brown, Samuel Button. 

Groton — Ralph Hurlburt, Amos A. Niles, Roswell 
Fish, John Brewster, Wm. Williams, Nathan Daboll, 
Joseph Durfey, Wm. 3VL Williams,, James Gfeer, Geo. 
Ayer, Elisha Morgan, Vine Stoddard, James Allen, 
Guy C. Stoddard, Peter A. Gallup, Christopher New- 
ton, Luke Gallup, Prentice P. Smith, Stephen Haley, 
Moses I. Culver, Sanford Stark. 

Lebanon — yv.jllia.iB. T. Williams, Asahel Dewey, 
Thomas Babcock, Denison Wattles, Elisha Water- 
man, Pele£ Thomas, Thomas J. Kingsley, Julius 
Clark . Henry H. Abel. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Russell Rose, Ebenezer 
Allen, Bucklin Mathewson, James Stetson, Lester 
?Hyde, Barstow Bromley, T. A. Clark, Nathan Brew- 
ster. 

Lyme — Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Joshua Jfc. 
Warren, Richard E. Selden, Jr. John S. Rogers, Wm. 
Noyes,Zebulon Brockway, jr. Joseph Strickland, Ww, 
Marvin, John L. Smith, Marshfield S. Parker, Sylves- 
fter Champion, Stephen L. Peck, Thomas W. Sw^n. 



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36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Nathan Tiffany, Lodowick Bill, Erastus Stark, Rich- 
ard Huntley, Daniel Stewart, Ruel R. Strickland. 

Montville— Stephen G. Thatcher, Hazard Brown- 
ing, Sherwood Raymond, Giles Turner, N. Bishop, 
Thomas W. Strickland, Jared Turner, M. C. Ray- 
mond, Nathaniel B. Bradford, Joseph Li Chapman, 
Calvin Bolles, William Buck. 

North Stonington — Latham Hull, Philip Gray, 
Stephen Main, Amos Hull, Ezra Hewit, David Coats, 
Thomas H. Hewit. Russel Bentley, Israel P. Parks, 
Cyrus Williams, Charles H. Babcock, Samuel Brown- 
ing, Oliver Hewitt, Latham H. Browning, Thomas P. 
Wattles, Ephraim Wheeler, Saxton Miner, Matthew- 
Brown, Amos C. Main, Thomas Chapman. 

Preston — Stephen Meech, Robert S. Avery, George 
Giddings, Jonas Ayer, Henry Herskell, Joseph Tyler, 
Jeremiah S. Halsey, Joshua Barstow, Asa A. Gore, 
Jeptha Geer. Thomas W. Gay, MundatorT. Richards, 
John B. Clark. 

Salem — Henry Perkins, Richard Tiffany, Ebenezer 
A. Packer, David Patten, John C. Daniels, Seth La- 
throp, John S. Ransom, Christopher A. Minard. 

Stonington — William Randall, George Hubbard, 
Joseph Noyes, Elias Brown, Gurdon Trumbull, Asa 
Fish, Benj. Pomeroy, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha 
Faxon, jr. John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry 
Harding, Samuel Wheeler, John D. Noyes, Paul Bab- 
cock, George W. Noyes, David Kellogg, Wm. Hyde, 
Samuel Cheesebrough, Thos. Hinckley, Chas. P. 
Williams, Pitt D. Frink, David Rogers. 

Waterford — John Dwyer, John Congdon, Philip 
Morgan, Benjamin Brown, Jas. Reid, John Caverly, 
Palmer Hewit, Thomas Manwarring, Elisha Beck- 
with. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Jirah Isham, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-London Lyman Law, William P. Cleave- 

land, Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Isham, William F. Brainard, Thomas/ S. Perkins, 

William P. Cleaveland, jr. 

Norwich Calvin Goddard, James Stedman, 

George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa 

Child, John A. Rockwell, William H. Law, La Fayette 

S. Foster, George Perkins- 
Colchester — Benj. Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters,, 

Amherst D. Scovill. 

Griswold Samuel C Morgan. 

Lebanon-— William T. Williams, Denison Wattle?. 
Lyme — Charles Griswold, Charles J. M' Curdy^ 
Stonington George Hubbard, Elias I3rown, 

Benj. Pomeroy. 



David Baldwin, Esq. Preston, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs Erastus Morgan, jr. Norwich ; 

Gilbert A. Smith, Groton; Ne.whall Tairiter, Colches- 
ter ; Josiah Raymond, Salem ; Charles L. Peck, 
Lyme • William Kimball, Preston ; Benj. F. States, 
Stonington. 

Jailers— Champlin Lester, New-London ; Daniel 
•Briggs; Norwich. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



County Court. 

John Q.Wilson, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Zadock Stevens, Jacob Beers. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 



Justices of the Peace. 
Fairfield — David Hill, Jeremiah Sturges, Samuel 
Rowland, Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborne, John 
Wilson, Walter Thorp, Alva Grey, Abel Beers, Hull 
Bradley, James C, Loomis, Thomas Robinson, David 
Cooley, 2d. John S. Wilson, Jessup Banks, Hezekiah 
Price, Rufus Black wo Qd, Hezekiah Allen, Lewis Ray- 



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$8 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

snond, Thomas T. Knowland, John G. Allen, Jessup* 
Alvord. • 

Danbury — Oliver Shepard, John S. Beckman, Reu- 
ben Booth, Edward Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, 
Sturges Selleck, Rory Starr, Zadock Stephens, Ira 
R. Wildman, Joel Taylor, Hiram Benjamin, Francis 
C. Taylor, John L. Andrews, Eli Weed, Zera Weed, 
Eleazer Taylor, Samuel Banks. 

Bridgeport — Benj. Smith, Fitch Wheeler, Alanson 
Hamlin, Joseph Backus, Mark Moore, Phillip A. Can- 
non, Willis Stillman, Isaac Sherman, Benj. Brooks, 
Josiah Hubbell, Joseph Wood, Matthew Curtis, Wm. 
B. Dyer, Joseph B. French. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, Henry Ruggles, John 
Hawley, Benj. Hawley, Zair Starr, jr. Ira Keeler 
Ralph B. Peok. 

Darien — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Jesse Whiting* 
Abraham Clark, Joseph Mather, jr, 

Greenwich— Samuel Close, Stephen Waring, James 
Smith, Abram H. Close, Peter Ferris, Seth Lyon, 
Bartow F. White, Conklin Hustead, Albert Knapp. 

Huntington — Lemuel Beardsley, Daniel Bennett:, 
Ebenezer Wakelee, Truman Blackman, Hanson S._ 
Edwards, Thaddeus Beardslee, jr. William M. Hubbell 
Lucius Gilbert, Donald Judson. 

Monroe— Charles Curtiss, Abel French, Samuel 
Wheeler, Cyrus H. Beardslee,^ Agur Lewis, Levi Ed- 
wards, Lewis Penfield, James M. Hawley. 

New-Canaan — Samuel Raymond, Jonathan B. Ben- 
edict, Watts Comstock, Thomas S. Hustead, William 
Watson, 

New-Fairfield — Jabez Treadwell, Jesse ?cudder, 
tevi Stephens, Samuel T. Brainard, Alva S. Pease, 
Jabez Treadwell, Jr. 

Newtown — Samuel Blackman, Lanson Birch, Jacob 
Beers, Henry Dutton, David H. Belden, Samuel Fair- 
Ghild, David V. B. Baldwin, Samuel Beers, Walter 
Clark, Samuel B. Peck, Zar Winton. 

Norwalk — Benj, Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thaddeus 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Betts, Seth Taylor, David Roberts, Timothy T, Mer- 
win, Noah Wilson, John Grey, Stephen Smith, Wm. 
J. Shut, Henry Sherwood, William St. Johns, John 
Knapp. 

Reading- — Aaron Sanford, Jr., Gershom Sherwood, 
Ebenezer Hill, Jonathan R. Sanford, Jared Olmsted, 
Joseph Darling, Simeon M. Meeker, Haddam B. 
Read. 

Ridgefield — Herby Smith, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d, He- 
zekiah Scott, G. N. Benedict, Eliakim Northrop, Zar 
Jones, Thomas St. John, Wm- Sherwood, Samuel St. 
John. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. 
Sibley, Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, Nathaniel 
D. Hoyt, Stephen B. Bovost, John Dean, James Ad- 
ams. 

Stratford — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Stephen 
Booth, Josiah Gorham, Huntington Tomlinson, Job 
Peck. 

Sherman — Eli Beardslee, James A. Giddings, Levi 
Northrop, Abraham Briggs, Philo S. Wooding, Levi 
Leach, David Northrop. 

Trumbull — Elisha Beach, Elisha Middlebrooks, 
David Beach,. Daniel Wakelee, Samuel Beardslee, 
David Hawley, Ali Brinsmade, E. Hawley, Samuel 
Edwards, George Dyer, Burr Watkins. 

Weston— Oliver C. Sanford, Simeon Fanton, 
Woolsey Nichols,. Stephen Wheeler, Calvin Wheeler, 
Walker Sherwood, Isaac Bennett, Harvey Hubbell, 
Bradford Winton, John Grey, 2d. Eli Adams, Daniel 
B. Fairweather. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, Geojge Mead, Isaac M. 
Sturges, James F. Chapman, Samuel Scott, Charles. 
Marvin. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Simeon H. Miner, State Attorney. 
^airfield — Roger M. Sherman,. Samuel Rowland, 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborne, James Loomis, 
Moses Robinson. 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, A. Hamlin, Joseph 
Wood, Fitch Wheeler, M.Moore. 

Newtown — S. C. Blackman, Henry Button, David 
H. Belden. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith. 

Danbury — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. Hick- 
ok. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. , 

Norwalk — Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T. Merwin. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Charles Hawley, J. 
B. Ferris. 

Abraham D. Baldwin, Esq. Sheriff. Fairfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Aaron Seeley, Danbury ; Philo 
Hurd, Bridgeport ; Charles Isaacs; Norwalk ; Davis 
Lockwood, Stamford; Horace Fanton, Weston; Hen- 
ry Lum, Munroe ; Theophilus Nichols, Newtown ; 
Barnabas Bartram, Reading; Gerardus Booth,Westport. 

Jailers — George Peck; Fairfield ; Jesse Crofut, Dan- 
bury. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Joseph Eaton, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Ebenezer Griffin; David Chase. 

Armin Bolles, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 

Vine Robinson, Esq. Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 
Brooklyn — Vine Robinson, Adams White, Jonathan 
A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Armin Bolles, Denison 
Cady, Herbert Williams, Bela P. Spalding, Edward 
Fogg, Benjamin E. Palmer, Joseph Tyler, Charles 
iSabin, William Hutchins. 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

Ashford — Levi Work, Thomas Dow Amasa Lyon, 
Michael Richmond, Icahod Bulkley, Calvin Whitney, 
Edward S. Keys,Elisha Byles, Ebenezer Chaffee, Isaac 
Kendall, James B. Palmer, Lorenzo Bolles. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, 
Walter Williams, Rufus Adams, Chester Lyons, D. 
Paeker, John Francis, James Carey, Ebenezer Sanger, 
Iasac Backus, Charles Adams, William Levalley. 

Chaplin-— Origen Bennet, John Clark, Luther Rip- 
ley, William Martin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, 
James Huntington, Joseph Foster. 

Hampton — Charles Moulton, Chauncey F. Cleve- 
land, Ebenezer Burnham, Ebenezer Griffin, Phillip 
Pearl, Jesse Burnham, H. Hammond, Royal Cope- 
land, Ebenezer Greenslit, Jonathan Clark, Harvey 
Fuller. 

Plainfield — Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, George Middleton, Francis B. 
Johnson, D. Hill, D. Wheeler, Allen Harris, Amos 
Witter, Benjamin Bacon, John Thurston, Wm. Dyer. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook, George Sharp, T. M. 
Grosvenor, J.Williams, Wm. James, Elisha W. Ses- 
sions, John Williams, Robert D.Sharp, G, Cady, H. 
Eldridge, Charles Chandler, Jude May. 

Sterling — A.Cole, Benj. Dow, John Gallup, J. S. 
Fuller, Henry C. Call, Nathaniel Gallup, George 
Tillinghast, Piner Smith, A. Douglas. 

Thompson — George Larned, S. Davis, J. Nichols, 
Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott Cooley, 
John Bates, George H. Middleton, Jesse Ormsley, 
George Nichols, James Johnson, John Tourteiot, P. e 
Jordon, Joseph Waterman. 

Killingley — Ebenezer Young, Luther Warren, D. 
Chase, A. Covel, Thomas Duriee, Wm. Alexander, T. 
Backus, George Warren, Joseph Adams, Isaac T. 
Hutchens, Wm. Grosvenor, Leonard Day, A. Eaton, 
Jeremiah Law. 

Toluntown — Daniel Kugwin, E. Potter, Wm. C. 
Stanton, G. Palmer, John C. Smith, JohnE. Lindsey, 
Harvey Campbell. 



<** JUDICIAL AND CITIIi 

Windham— Samuel Perkins, John Bald win, Ed ward 
Clark, Thomas Grey, Joel W. White, Stovvell Lin- 
coln, Benjamin Webb, David S. Fuller, John Palmer, 
Alfred Howes, J. Littlefield, A. A. Walker, Calvin 
Hibbard, Jesso SpafFord, Levi Johnson, Asa Jillson, 
Uriel Tuller, Z, Palmer. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer St&ddard, 
John Paine, John T. Williams, Wheeler Phillips, E. 
Child, Luther Rawson, James Lawson , S. Baxton, H; 
Wells, Marcus Taft, Ichabod Corvin. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan A. Welch, Esq. State Attorney.. 
Brooklyn — John Parish, Jonathan A. Welch, D, 
F. Tyler. 

Ashford — Tchabod Bulkley, J. D. Richmond. 
Canterbury— Rufus Adams, Andrew T. Judson. 
Hampton — J. Prentice, Chauncey F. Cleveland. 
Killingly — Ebenezer Young, T. Backus. 
Plainfield — Francis B. Johnson, W. Dyer. 
Pom fret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Larned, S. Davis, G. H. 
Middleton. 

Windham — John Baldwin, Uriel Fuller. Henry 
Huntington, S. Perkins, E. Clarke, T. Grey, C. Heb~ 
bard. 

Woodstock — John M'Clellan, E. Stoddard, John 
F. Williams. 

Roger Co!t, Esq. Sheriff, Plainfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs — Brooklyn, Samuel Webb; Ashford, 
Joseph Dorsett ; Plainfield, George Cady; Thompson,. 
Hezekiah Olney; Windham, Horatio Webb: Hampton, 
Edward S. Moseley. 

Pascal P; Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer.. 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

County Court. 

David S. Boardman, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Wm. M. Burrall, Morris Woodruff. 

Frederick Wolcott, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court. 

Abel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Phinehas Miner, 
Asa Bacon, Levi Catlin, Morris Woodruff, Seth 
P. Beers, Jonathan Buel, Elihu Harrison, Enes Stod- 
dard, Hugh P. Welch, Truman Smith, Joseph Birge, 
Joseph Adams, Origen S. Seymour, Asa Hopkins, 
George C. Woodruff, Stephen Demming, Truman 
Kilbourn, Putnam Kilbourn, Jbseph Birge, Jr., Wil- 
liam Harrison. 

Barkbampstead — Amos Beacher, Lester Loomis, 
Anson Wheeler, George Merrills, Flavel B. Graham. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Hawley, 
Leverett Judd, Minot Smith. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, James Fenn, Leman 
Church, Moses Benedict, William P. Burrall, Joshua 
Raymond, John Elmore, jr. Simeon Higley. 

Colebrook — Reuben Rockwell, Samuel Whitford, 
Arthur Howell, Theron Rockwell. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Peter Pearce, Philo 
Kellogg, James Wadsworth, Benjamin Sedgwick, 
Anson Rogers, Frederick Kellogg. 

Goshen— Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 
Miles, Birdsey Baldwin, Jonathan North, Benjamin 
Roberts, Collins Baldwin. 

Harwinton— Noah Welton, Benajah Hayden, An- 
drew Abernethy, Truman Kellogg, Sheldon Osborn, 
David Catlin, Elias Wilcox. 

Kent— Frederick Chittenden, Nathaniel P. Terry, 
John Mills, Nathan Birdsey, Alpheus Tuller, HubbeU. 
Miller, Erastus Chamberlain, Hiram Converse,. 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

New Hartford— Roger Mills, William G. Williams, 
Isaac Kellogg, Asa Goodwin, Isaac Barnes, Wait 
Garrett, Tertius Wadsworth, Jesse Dutton, William 
Seymour. 

New Milford— Perry Smith, Joel Sanford, Stephen 
Crane, Benjamin B. Soule, Albert N. Gaylord, Da,vid 
C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, David Burr, Curtis Mor- 
ris, John Wooster, Truman Richmond, Orange War- 
ner, Joel W.-Northrop, Albert Pickett, Sheldon Buck- 
ingham. 

Norfolk— Joseph Battell, Michael F. Mills, Joseph 
Riggs, Bushnell Knapp, Amos Pettibone, Eraatus 
Smith, Augustus P. Pease, Anson Norton, Daniel 
Hotchkiss. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Elijah Warner, Eli Pot- 
ter, Samuel Garnsey, John C. Lewis, Andrew Stough= 
ton. 

Roxbury — Josiah R. Eastman, Stephen Sanford, 
William Pierce, James Trowbridge, Isaac leaven- 
worth. 

Salisbury — Lot Norton, Martin Strong, Eliphalet 
Whittlesey, Samuel Church, Newman Holley, John 
G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, Thomas Stiles, Wil- 
liam P. Russell, Nathan Benedict, Albert More, Roger 
Averill. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. 
Everett, Horatio Smith, Israel Camp, Zacheus W. 
Bissell, Charles F. Sedgwick, Anson Norton, Richard 
Smith. 

Torrington — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sel C. Abernethy, Barzillai Hudson, Demas Coe, Noah 
Draper, jr. Erastus Bancroft, Horace Gillett. 

Warren — Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, Sherman Buckingham, Elijah Hayes. 

Washington — Curtis Hitchcock, Daniel B. Brims- 
made, Alvin Brown, Frederick J. Fenn, Benoni P. 
Beardslee, William Odle, Matthew Logan, Hawley 
Morehous*. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtis, James S. Kilton, 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

Ehenezer Bates, Cyrus B. Manvill, Nathaniel Wood- 
ruff, Asa Woodward, William H. Merriman. 

Winchester — James Beebe,Luman Wakefield, Isaac 
Bronaon, William J. Holabird, Chester Toper, Alva 
Nash, Theodore Hinsdale, Wheelock Thayer, William 
S. Marsh, Stephen Bowles, Samuel W. Coe, Silas H. 
McAlpin. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Matthew Minor, jr. 
Treat Camp, Gideon B. Botsford, Joel Pierce, Ashbel 
Moody, Isaac Peck, John Hurlburt, Thomas Bull, 
Daniel Martin. 

, L. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Leman Church, Esq. State Attorney. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Phinebas Miner, Seth P. 
Beers, Truman Smith, George C. Woodruff, Origen S. 
Seymour, E. W. Andrews. ■ 

Barkhamstead — Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — Leman Church, John Elmore, jr. Wm. P. 
Burrall, Reuben Hunt, Daniel Jacqua. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, S. W. Judson. 

Goshen — Birdseye Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden. 

New Hartford— Roger Mills, William G. Williams, 
Roger H. Mills, Richard Cooke. 

New Milford— Perry Smith, David C. Sanford, Na- 
thaniel Perry, Samuel D. Orton. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury— Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchel, 
John H. Hubbard, Norton J. Buel, Roger Averill. 

Sharon— Cyrus Swan, Ansel Sterling, Charles F. 
Sedgwick, Richard Smith. 

Washington — Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown— Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester— William S. Hollabird, Abijah Catlin, 
jr. Gideon Hall, jr. Elijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury — Matthew Miner, jr. Chas. B. Phelps^ 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL. 

Charles A. Judson, Sheriff, Washington. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Peter W. Powell, Stephen Dera- 
ing, Litchfield; Chauncey Hosford, Canaan; John 
H. St. John, Kent; Henry Seymour, New Hartford 
Mark Bigelow, Norfolk ; Asa Pickett, New Milford 
John S. Warner, Plymouth; Harry Lockwood, Sharon 
Henry C. Jewell, Salisbury ; Jesse Williams, Win- 
chester; Lewis Judd, Woodbury. 

William Odel, Litchfield, Jailer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Noah A. Phelps, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Ovaries Arnold, Ely A. Elliott, Esqrs, 

John Fisk, Clerk, Treasurer, and Clerk of 

Superior Court. 

William H. Fisk, Assistant Clerk of Superior and 

County Courts. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown — Augustus Cook, George W. Stanley., 
Elisha Treat, Daniel J. GriswoH, Josiah Sage, Henry 
L. DeKoven, Noah A. Phelps, Jonathan Barnes, Sam- 
uel Cooper, StilJmac K, Wightman, Wm. Plumb, 2d, 
Joseph Coe, Thomas Atkins, Alexander Sage, Eli 
Wilcox, John L. Smith, Thomas G. Mather. Enoch 
Tryon, Oliver Atkins, Jeremiah Hubbard, Samuel 
Miner. 

Chatham— Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Phillip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, Daniel Penfield, Noah 
Brooks, Diodate B. West, Nathaniel C. Smith, Amasa 
Carrier, Elijah Clark, John Stewart, John Markham, 
jr. Dan B. Niles, Moses West, Ira Lee. 

Durham — Worthington.G. Chauncey, Samuel Tib- 
bals, Asahel Strong, Asher Robinson, Alexander M. 
G. Elliott. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Charles Arnold, Jona- 
than Usher, Eli Warner, Elias Selden, Lyman E. Burr, 
Warren Tyler,. Diodate Brainerd, Ansel Spencer. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

r £ast Haddam — Josiah Griffin, Oliver Green, Isaac 
Chester, Aaron C. Palmer, Ozias Holmes, William 
Palmer, Thomas C. Boardman, Stephen Cone, Noah 
Bulkley, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, John C. Palmer, Ethan 
A, Willey, Jabez Swan, William Marsh, Jedediah R. 
Gardner, Elijah Spencer, Joseph Paddock, Nathan 
Jewett, jr. 

Killingworth— Austin Olcott, Benj'n Hurd, George 
Carter, Jeremiah Hull, Elisha Kelsey, Leonard Davis, 
David Dibbel, David P. Kelsey, David Wright, Nathan 
Griswold, Ely A. Elliott, Luther Hull. 

Saybrook— -Jedediah Post, George Pratt, John Bush- 
nell, Joshua L'Hommedieu, George Reed, Ezra S. 
Mather, William Bull, Richard P. Williams, Socrates 
Denison, William R. Clark, Stephen W. Starkey, 
Oliver Norris, Jesse Platts, Joseph H. Mather, Jede- 
diah K. Post, Samuel P. Russel, Enoch L'Homme- 
dieu, Samuel Wright, Ira Bushnell, Charles Daniels, 
John Denison. 



Practising Attorneys. 
Stillman K. Wightman, Esq. State Attorney. 

Middletown— George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, 
Jonathan Barnes, William L. Storrs, Samuel D. Hub- 
bard, Isaac Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebenezer 
Jackson, jr. Charles C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather, 
Samuel W. Griswold. 

Haddam — Eli Warner, Linus Parmelee, Smith 
Clark. 

Chatham— Horace Foot, Alfred Hall. 

East Haddam— N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, 
John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook— Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 



Linus Coe, Esq. Middletown, SherifT. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Nelson Coe, Middletown ; Eben- 
ezer Smith, Chatham ; Elijah A. Bingham, East Had- 
dam; William H. Lynde, Saybrook; Charles Stevens^ 
* Killingworth. 



48 JUDICIAL AND CITIL 

Jailers — Harvey Treadway, Middletown; Ezekiel 
S. Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. „ 

COUNTY COURT. 

John Fitch, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Benjamin Pinney, Zelotes Long. 

Jeremiah Parish, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior 

Court. 

Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 



Justices ol the Peace. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremi- 
ah Parish, George M. Hyde, Elisha Stearns, Lorin 
P. Waldo, John Warren, Charles Chapman, Ezra 
Chapman, Oliver Lord. 

Bolton — Jabez L. White, jr. Saul Alvord, Eben- 
ezer Strong, Isaac Keeney, jr. Joseph Carver. 

Columbia — Gershom Dorance, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst Scovell, Asahel Clark, Daniel Holbrook, Alphe- 
us Kingsley, jr. 

Coventry — Zelotes Long, Calvin Manning, Joseph 
Dow, Don F. Brigham, Elisha Sprague, Alonzo W. 
Birge, Harvey Prior, Uriah Brigham. 

Ellington— Asa Willey, Benjamin Pinney, Oliver 
W, Steele, Elisha Frink, John McKinstrey, Calvin 
Pease, Asahel Johnson, Robert Hyde, John H. Brock- 
way. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee, John Graves, Reuben 
Mann, Ralph Gilbert, Joseph Carver,William Latham, 
George Strong, William Brown, Ransford Button, 
Cyrus Mann, George Culver. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, John Fiteh, Seth Dun- 
ham, Joseph Conant, Thomas Clark, Cordial S. Ho- 
vey, Jr. John Martin, Charles Thompson, Edmond 
Freeman. 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbee, Ichabod Mudge, John 
Phillips, Aholiab Johnson, Orson Wood, Alpheus Bil- 
lings, Oliver Chapin, 2d. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 40 

Stafford— Rodolphus Wood worth, Amos Harvey, 
Nathaniel Sibbley, Rufus Leonard, Zina Winter, WiU 
liana Field, Elijah Johnson Gardner Cady, Austin 
Walbridge. 

Willington— Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Or- 
rin Holt, Origin Dimick, Ariel Eldridge, Rob't Sharp, 
Rufus Rider. 

Union — John Crawford, Samuel Crawford, Moses 
C. Sessions, Ebenezer Linsey. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Lebbius P. Tinker, Royal 
A. Webster, Horace Taylor, Francis McLean. 



Practising Attorneys, 
John Fitch, Esq. State Attorney. 
Tolland— Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Loren P. 
Waldo. 
Bolton — Saul Alvord. 
Columbia— Asahel Clark. 
Ellington— John H. Brockway* 
Hebron — Ralph Gilbert* 
Mansfield— John Fitch. 
Somers — Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford— Rhodolphus Wood worth, Stewart Beebe. 



Hiram Rider, Esq. Willington, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Samuel Kent,Solomon L. Griggs, 

Tolland; Dan. Kimball, jr. Ellington ; Simon House, 

Andover ; Samuel Carpenter, Stafford. 

Joseph Burnham, jr. Jailer. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 

Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Hartford T, H. Seymour, 

Berlin IraE. Smith, 

Bristol HenryA.Mitchell, 

Burlington Wm. Marks, 



CCftJRfS OF PROBATE. 



Gilbert Allen, 
A. H. Lewis. 
J. R. Jewett. 



Oliver Pease, 

C. Peck. 
Geo. Gri^wold. 

IX L.Baldwin. 

Randall Cook. 

Jirah I sham. 



East-Windsor Eli B. Haskell, 

iEniield H. Kingsbury, 

Farmin gton Ed . Hook er, 

Granby P. Humphreys, 

Simsbury J. O. Pettibone, 

Southington Timothy Jones, 

Suffield Luther Loomis, 

New- Haven C. A. Ingersoll, 

Cheshire Wm. S. Foot, 

Guilford Reuben Elliott, 

Madison S. Robinson, jr. 

Milford "Wm. Strong, 

Wallingford J. D. Reynolds, 

Waterbury Joel Hinman, 

New London John P. Trott, 

Norwich John T. Adams, 

Colchester Benj. Trumbull, E. Trumbull. 

Lebanon Denison Wattles, John Wattles. 

Lyme Joel Loomis, J. R. Warren. 

North StoningtonElias Hewit, Latham Hull, jr e 

Stonington Asa Fish, Nathan Daboll, 

Fairfield David Hill, David Hill, jr. 

Danbury T. T. Whittlesey ,Dani el A. Hoyt. 

Newtown S. C. Blackman, 

Norwalk Stephen Smith, 

Stamford Chas, Hawley, 

Stratford Mark More, 

Westford T. T. Rowland, 

Weston Eli Adams, 

Brooklyn Bela P. Spalding, Armin Bolles. 

Ashford Ichabod Bulkley, Benj. C.SimmonSc 

Canterbury Chester Lyon, 

Killingly Geo. Warren, J. W. Hutchens. 

Plainfield Joseph Eaton, John F. Gordon. 

Pomfret T. M, Grosvenor,N. W. Slade. 

Thompson G. H. Middleton, 

Voluntown Kinney Gallup, 

Windham Joel W. White, Uriel Fuller 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



51 



'Woodstock 
Litchfield 
Harwinton 
Kent 

New-Hartford 
New-Milford 
Norfolk 
Plymouth 
Washington 
Watertown 
Middletown 
Chatham 
East-Haddam 
Haddam 
Killingworth 
Saybrook 
Tolland 
Ellington 
Hebr-on 
Mansfield 
Stafford 
Somers 



J. F. Williams, George Bowen. 

Fred. Wolcott, Fred. Wolcott 

Benajah Hayden, E. Burwell. 

Fred. Chittenden, 

Tur. Wads worth, 

Perry Smith, George Taylor, 

Mich. F. Mills, M. G. Mills. 

Calvin Butler, 

Fred. S. Fenn, John.Bassett. 

Holbrook Curtis, 

S. K, Wightman, 

Philip Sage, Daniel Penfield. 

Stephen Cone, J. C* Palmer. 

Simeon Shaylor, Eli Warner. 

David Wright, Jeremiah HalL 



O. Spencer, 
Orin Holt, 
Benj. Pinney. 
Cyrus Mann, 
John Martin, 
R. Wood worth, 
Orson Wood. 



Joseph Howard. 

Simon House. 
F. F. Haifks. 
F.R. Woodwork 



Notaries Public. 



Hartford — Hezekiah Huntington, Walter Mitch- 
ell, Joseph Trumbull, Isaac Perkins, Henry L. Ells- 
worth, Nathan Johnson, Samuel H. Parsons, Samuel 
Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins* Charles L. Porter, 
Erastus Smith, C. M. Emerson, Chas. Porter, James 
Dodd, Charles Shepard, N. P. Hart. 

Berlin— Ira E. Smith, Daniel Dunbar. 

Bristol— Henry A. Mitchell, Tracy Peck* 

East Windsor— William Barnes. 

Farmington---Henry Cowles. 

Granby— Anson Bates. 
?£>imsbury--- Richard Bacon., 



52 notaries public; 

Wethersfield — Eben. Goodale. 

Windsor— Samuel Woodruff, James Loomis.- 

New-Haven — Leonard A. Daggett, Charles A. In- 
gersoll, Silas Mix, W. B. Bristol, Wm. H. Ellis, Hen- 
ry White, Wm. A. Reynolds, Ammi Harrison, Nath'l 
A. Bac©n. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Collinsville — Henry Nash. 

Derby — John L. Tomlinson. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Madison — Samuel Roberson. 

North Haven— Daniel Pierpont, John, Beach, Jes- 
se Brockets 

Wallingford— A.B. Chapin. 

New-London — Lyman Law, Ebenezer Learned, 
Wm. F. Brainard, Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. E. F, Dut- 
ton, Thos. S. Perkins, Joseph G. Douglass, 

Norwich — James Lanman, James Stedman, Joseph 
Williams, Henry Strong, George Hill, John A. Rock- 
well, William H.Law, Asa Child, Geo. Perkins, Chas. 
Johnson. 

Colchester — Amherst D. Scovell. 

Griswold — S. W. Wood, Samuel C. Morgan* 

Groton — John Hudson. 

Lebanon — Wm. T. Williams* 

Lyme — Charles Griswold. 

North Stonington — Latham Hull. 

Preston — Asher P. Brown. 

Stoningcon — G. Hubbard, E. Brown, Francis Amy. 

Danburt — Daniel A. Cook, Russel Hoyt. 

Bridgeport — Joseph Backus, Daniel Sterling, Joseph 
Wood, Alanson Hamlin, Mark More. 

Norwalk — Clark Bissell, Benjamin Isaacs, Thadde- 
us Betts, E. M. Morgan, Timothy P„ Merwin, Wm. 
K. James, David Roberts. 

Ridgefield — Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 

Stamford — Charles Hawley. 

Stratford — Daniel Judson. 

Brooklyn — John Parish, Adams White, Daniel P. 
Tyler, 



COMMISSIONERS. 53 

Chaplin— Walter Goodell. 

Thompson — Joseph B. Gay, 

Windham — Samuel Perkins. 

Woodstock — John McClellan. 

Plainfleld — Francis B. Johnson. 

Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Seth P. Beers, O. 
B, Seymour, George C. Woodruff. 

Canaan -Wm. P. Burrell. 

New Canaan — Samuel Raymond, Thomas S, Hu- 
£tead. - 

New Milford-— David S. Boardman. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Salisbury — Elisha Sterling. 

Middletown — G. W. Stanley, Jonathan Barnes, 
Chauncey Whittlesey, Stillman K. Wightman, Sam- 
uel W. Griswold. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam — Nathan L. Foster, Eliphalet A. 
Bulkley, John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook, (Essex Borough) — Samuel Ingham, Ste- 
phen W. Starkey. 

Tolland — Loren P. Waldo, Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee, Ralph Gilbert. 



COMMISSIONERS 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May, 1835.1 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 



3. Boston. Zelotes Long, Luther Ripley. 

2. Bridgeport. Abijah Merrit, Wheeler Fairchild. 

3. Center, Oliver Lord, Orrin Holt. 

4. Chatham and Marlborough. Daniel Cornwall, 

Philip H. Sellew. 

5. Cheshire. Charles H. Pond, Jared Bassett. 

6. Chester. Ambrose Webb, Sidney Bushnell. 

7. Colchester and Chatham. Daniel Burrows, Ben^ 

jamin Tumbull. 



9tf COMMISSIONERS. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. Lewis Hyde, Arnoe 

Fowler, jr. 

9. Columbia. Oliver Kingsley, John Martin. 

10. Connecticut. Simeon H. Miner, Jeremiah Sturges, 

11. Cornwall and Warren. John H. Collins, Samuel 

P. Bolles. 

12. Cornwall and Washington. Matthew Logan, Wil- 

liam Odie. 

13. Canaan and Litchfield. Benjamin Roberts, Lu- 

ther Monson. 

14. Connecticut and Rhode Island, Luther, Warren 

of Ashford, Godfrey Work. 

15. Danbury and Ridgefield. Stephen Hoyt, Stephen 

B. Benedict* 

16. Durham and East Guilford. Daniel Burrows^. 

Jonathan &i Wilcox. 
lY. East Haddam and Colchester. William Palmer, 
jr. Ezra Brockway, jr. 

18. East Middle. Elijah Warner, jr. James Bishop. 

19. Essex. Josiah Gladding, Giles O. Clark. 

30. Farmington River. Bela Squires, Henry Sey- 
mour, 

21. Fairfield, Reading and Weston. Thaddeus B« 

Reed, Oliver C. Sanford. 

22. Fair Haven. Charles IL Pond, Charles Stephens. 

23. Goshen and Sharon. John H, Collins, Eleaaer 

Jenkins. 

24. Granby. Miles Goddard, Henry McLean. 

25. Green Woods. James Shepherd, John Dewell. 

26. Groton and Stonington. Elias Hewitt, Albert La- 

tham. 

27. Guilford and Durham. Richard Robinson, George 

Griswold. 

28. Hartford and New Haven. Charles H, Pond, 

Luther Beckley. 

29. Hartford and New London. Sabin K. Smith, 

George Gillett. 

30. Hartford, Toland, Windham and New London 

Counties. Erastus Hutchinson, Alonzo W^ 
Birge«. 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

31. Hartford and Tolland. Orrin Holt, William Bige- 

low. 

32. Hebron and Middle Haddam. Daniel B. Niles, 

Mosley Talcott. 

33. Humphreysville and Salem. Ezekiel Gilbert, Na- 

thaniel Carroll. 

34. Housatonic. John Peek, Treat Bradley. 

35. Huntington. Agur Lewis, Charles Curtis. 

36. Killingworth and Haddam. David Spencer, Lu- 

ther Hall. 

37. Litchfield and Cornwall. Stephen Deming, Peter 

Bierce. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Enos Stoddard, Jona- 

than Rossiter. 

39. Litchfield and New Milford. Selah Richmond, 

William, Taylor. 

40. Middlesex. Jedediah Post, William P. French. 

41. Middletown and Berlin. Daniel Burrows, Rich- 

ard Wilcox; 

42. Middletown and Durham. Richard Robinson* 

David Kimberly. 
43.. Middletown and Meriden. Daniel Burrows, Noah 
Pomeroy. 

44. Mohegan. Stephen Fitch, Andrew M. Robinson. 

45. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley, ChfU 

Judson. 

46. Moosup. Walter Williams, Morey Burgess. 

47. New Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 

Stephen Crane. 

48. Norwich and Salem. John W. Fanning, Lodo^ 

wick Bill; 

49. New Haven and Derby. Erastus Osborn, Sam- 

uel Wire.. 

50. New Haven and. Milford. Philip Curtis, William- 

Durane, jr. 

51. New London and Lyme. James Reed, Daniel 

Stewart. 

52. New London and Windham Counties. Cheater. 

Lyon, Amos Witter,, 



56 COMMISSIONERS. 

53. New Milford and Sherman. Lyman Hine, Levi 

Leach. 

54. New Preston. George Lewis, Wilmot Sperry. 

55. Northfield, Andrew Comstock, Jacob Wauzer. 

56. Norwalk and Danbury. Erastus Sturges, Thomas 

B. Fanton. 

57. Norwalk and Newtown. Jacob Beers, Oliver C. 

San ford. 

58. Norwich and Woodstock. Samuel Webb, Benja- 

min Warren. 

59. Oxford. Samuel Wire, John Peck. 

60. Pettipaug and Guilford. Humphrey Williams, 

George Griswold. 

61. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborn, John Buckingham. 

62. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Wm, Alexander. 

63. Rimmon Falls. Erastus Osborn, Chs. H. Pond. 

64. Salem and Hamburg. Matthias W. Baker, Felix 

Starkey. 

65. Sharon and Cornwall. Daniel Bennet, Peter 

Bierce. 

66. Sympaug. Isaac H. Seely, Erastus Sturges. 

67. Shetucket. Enoch C. Chapman, Daniel Keigwin. 

68. Stafford. Ezra Chessman, Benjamin Littlebridge. 

69. Still River. Elisha ^mith, Orson VV. Jop. 

70. Southington and Waterbury. James S. Brooks, 

Jesse Porter. 

71. Sandybrook. Stephen Filer, Lamen Percival. 

72. Straits. William H.Tomlinson, Charles S, Wood- 

ward. 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Sturges, James F. Chap- 

man. 

74. Talcott Mountain. James Shepherd, Jeffery C 

Phelps. 

75. Thompson. Stephen Holmes, Jesse Ormsley. 

76. Tolland County. Vacant. 

77. Torrington. Edward Pierpont, Norman Kellogg. 

78. ToUand and Mansfield. Randall Scisson, Martin 

Lyman. 
73. Washington. William Odle, Samuel -SteeL 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

80. Windham and Coventry. Isaac Keney, Timothy 

Tingley. 

81. Windham and Mansfield. William Rice, Ebene- 

zer Bass. 

82. West Middle. Samuel Steele, Daniel Mai-tin. 

83. Windham and Brooklyn. Lucius Abbee, William 

Dur^ee, 3d. 

84. Waterbury River. Eli Potter, William H. Tom- 

linson. 

85. Wolcottville. Uriel Tuttle, Horace Higley. 

86. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Walker Sherwood. 

87. Wells Hollow. Joseph Shelton, Donald Judaon. 

88. Warren. Myron Harrison, Sherman Hartwell. 

89. Branch, Isaac Bennett, Moses Bird. 

90. Monroe and Newton. Donald Judson, Lanson 

Birch. 

91. Fairfield County. Starr Terry, Jacob Beers. 

92. Hadlime. James Stranahan, John S. Ransom. 

93. Chester and North Killingworth. Joshua L'Hom- 

-medieu, George Clark. 

94. Blackrock and Weston. Jesse Wakeman, Abram 

D.Baldwin. 

95. River Turnpike. John Peck, Treat Bradley. 

96. Sherman and Reading Counties. Aaron Lee, 

Zerah S. A. Peck. 

97. Hop River. Charles Church, Lucius Abbee. 



ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Stephen Manwarring, Wm. F. Brainard. 

2. Hartford. Ozias Roberts, Joseph Pratt, Cyprian 

Nichols. 

3. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Jesse D. Noyes. 

4. Tomlinson's. Orrin D. Squires, Daniel Brown. 

5. Bridgeport. Daniel Brooks, David Coe, 2d. 

6. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company. Agur Lewis, 

Ezekiel Gilbert. 
d. !Zoar. Donald Judson, Samuel Wheeler. 
0, Bennett's. Jacob Beers^ Anson Bray. 



58 commissioners; 

10. Hawlev's. Bryant Smith, John Jackson. 

11. New Milford. Benj'n B. Souie, Albert N. Gay- 

lord. 

12. Bull's Falls. Benj'n B. Soule, Albert N. Gaylord.. 

13. Pratt's. Myron Harrison, Sylvanus Merwin. 

14. Fuller's. Myron Harrison, Sherman HartwelL 

15. Union. Henry Beers, Daniel Hinman. 

16. Edmand's. Isaac Northrop, Ralph D. Peck. 

1.7. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Comiort D. 
Filmore, John D. Mott. 



ON FERRIES, 
i. New London Ferry. Albert Latham, John Hud- 
son. 

2. Gale's. Sherwood Raymond, Guy C. Stoddard.. 

3. Chapman's. William R. Clark, George Clark. 

4. Warner's. Eli P. Wells, Ambrose Webb. 

5. Higganum. Noah Brooks, Lyman E. Burr. 

6. East Haddam. George Clark, J. L'Hommedieu. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. Huntington Selden, 

Titus Whitmore. 

8. Essex. Alfred Griswoid, Clement Fosdick. 

9. Rocky Hill. Sampson Horton, Arch'd Robbins. 

10. Pratt's. Leonard S. Wells, Samuel Gallup. 

11. King's. Sumuel Bull, Apollos Fuller. 

Ii2i East Windsor. Richard Niles, Henry Watson. 

13. Warehouse Point. Solomon Terry, jr. Horace 

Bridge. 

14. Enfield and Suffield. Henry Kingsbury, George 

Allen, 2d. 

15. Saybrook Ferry. Jonathan Tinker, William R. 

Clark. 

16. Haddam Island. Noah Brooks, Charles Arnold. 

Commissioners. 



On Thames River Channel. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

Henry B. Norton, Albert Smith, Win. P. Eaton . 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

On the Union Company, Connecticut River. 
Henry Barnard, Samuel Fuller, Lemuel White. 



State Geological Surveyors. 
James G. Percival, Charles U. SheparcL 



Oh Norwich and Preston Bridge. 

[Appointed by the Senate.] 

Erastus Coit, Elias Brown, Charles Thomas. 

On Farmington Canal. 

Simeon Baldwin^ William Mosely, George Cowles, 

Richard Bacon, Roger Mills. 



On the New York and Stonington Rail Road. 
Samuel Green, Anson Smith, Albert Latham. 



On Norwioh and Worcester Rail Road. 

Charles P. Huntington, Darius Mathew3on, Adanu 

Larrabee,. 



On the works of the Connecticut'River Company,. 
Henry Kilbourn, Calvin Willey, Rich, Bacon- 
Directors of Connecticut State Prison.. 
Joseph Pratt, Amariah Brigham, Jedediah Post. 
Warden — Amos Pilsbury, 

State Auditors— Caleb Pond, Calvin Day. 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for 
the time being. 



60 



COMMISSIONERS, 



COMMISSIONERS, appointed by the Governor of 
Connecticut, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 
depositions, &c. in the respective States where 



they reside. 
Seth Terry, 
Jeremiah Elkins, 
John A. Bolles, ) 

Thomas Amory Dexter, ) 
Wm. H. Smith, ) 
Francis Brinley, jr. J 
John R. Richmond, 
William H. Maxwell, ] 
Edwin Burr, 
John Bissell, 
William Gracie, 
William Watson, jr, 
William H. Smith, j 
Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
George Gould, ) 

David L. Seymour, > 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
Reuben C. Hale, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebeneztr Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Irving, 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Chas. S. Henry, 
Henry Daggett, 
John Slidell, 
Henry A. Lambert, 



Vermont, 

Guilford, N. Hampshire. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 

Providence, R. Island. 
Bristol, Rhode Island. 



} New York City. 

i 



Albany, New York. 
Utica, do. 

Sydney^ Del. co. N. Y. 

Troy, N. Y. 

Yates co. N. Y. 
Brooklyn, L. Island. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Centre co. Pa. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron co. Ohio. 
Painsville, Ohio. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cleaveland, Ohio. 
Vincennes, Ohio. 
Zanesville,, Ohio. 
Fayetteville, N. Carolina. 

Savannah, Geo. 

Mobile, Alabama. 

N. Orleans, Louisiana. 

Auburn, Township of 



[Pontiac, County of Oakland, Ter. of Michigan.. 



SURVEYORS — SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. ffl 



SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 



George Gillet, Esq. Surveyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors. 
County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
County of New Haven — Noyes Darling, N. Haven. 
County of New London — Wm. Lester, jr. Norwich. 
County of Fairfield — Benjamin Hoyt, Danbury. 
County of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 
County of Litchfield — Wm. M. Burrall, Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Ed. F. Mason, Middletown. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1. Consists of the Towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin and Southington. 

No. 2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hart- 
ford, Glastenbury, Marlborough and Manchester. 

No. 3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, 
Canton, Farmington, Bristol, Burlington and Avon. 

No. 4. New Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange and 
North Haven. 

No. 5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, 
Middlebury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 

No. 6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Walling- 
ford, Branford, Guilford, Madison and North Branford. 

No. 7. New London, Groton, Stonington and Wa- 
terford. 

No. 8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Gria- 
wold, Lisbon and Franklin. 

No- 9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Sa- 
lem and Bozrah. 

No. 10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Hunting- 
ton, Weston, Trumbull and Monroe. 

No. 11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Reading, Newtown, 
Brookfield, New Fairfield and Sherman. 

No. 12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greeawieh, 
New Canaan and Wilton. 



055 ELECTION OP SENATORS. 

No. 13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plain- 
field, Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

No. 14. Ashford. Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson 
and Woodstock. 

.No. 15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, 
Torrington, Winchester, Barkhamsted and Colebrook. 

No. 16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Rox- 
bury, Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown & Plymouth. 

No. 17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Corn- 
wall, Goshen and Kent. 

No. 18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 

No. 19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth and 
Saybrook. 

No. 20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Un* 
ion and Willington. 

No. 21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, 
Hebron and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1, Hartford county. 

District No. 2, N. Haven and Middlesex. 

District No. 3, New London. 

District No. 4, Fairfield. 

District No. 5, Litchfield. 

District No. 6, Windham and Tolland. 

Extract from the District Law. 

Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of the 
electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make oath to the certificates of the votes for Senators, 
in the General Assembly, (or members of Congress,) 
as follows, to wit : 

"At a meeting of the electors in the town of- -, 

legally warned and held on the first Monday in April, 

A. D. , the following persons received the number 

of votes annexed to their names respectively, for aSe= 



8CH00L FUND* 63 

nator in the next General Assembly of this State, (or 

Member of Congress,) for District number . 

Names. | Number of votes in word* 

| at full length. 

Duplicate list of votes for , certified by 

A. B. Presiding officer." 
Sec 4. The presiding officer, in making out such 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec 5. The superscription on each of said certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall 
be as follows, to wit : 

" To the Secretary of this State. 

" Votes of the Electors of the town of , for a 

, for District number , taken and sealed up 

by A. B. Presiding officer." 

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School Fund. 



The Capital of the School Fund on the 1st of April, 
1835, was $2,019,920 89, and invested as follows, viz : 

In Bonds & Notes secured by mort- 
gages, #1,521,617 15 

Bank Stock in Connecticut, $200,000 00 

Cultivated Lands and Buildings, in 
Connecticut, Massachusetts, N. York 
and Ohio, $186,859 49 

Wild Lands in Ohio, New York and 
Vermont, $94,347 00 

Stock on Farms, $1,850 00 

Cash in the Treasury, $15,747 25 



$2,019,920 89 
When the present Commissioner took charge of the 
Fund in 1835, the Capital amounted to $1,719~,434 24. 
Since the year 1799, upwards of $2,000,000 have 
been distributed to the Schools. The last year the di- 
vidends amounted to $1 on each child from 4 to 16 
years old ; and the Commissioner has estimated the 
dividend the present year at $1 05 for each child « 



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tO INCORPORATED CITIES. 

BEETCTTES 

Incorporated Cities. 

HARTFORD. 

, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Roderick Terry, 
J. Hoadley, J. B. Gilbert. 

Common Council-Henry Barnard, Frederick Oakes, 
Nathan Morgan, George Putnam, C. Sheldon, Phile- 
mon Canfield, Joseph Church, George Francis, D. F. 
Robinson, E. W. Bull, James B. Shultas, C. Stock- 
bridge, Nathaniel Kggleston, George Beach, E. S. 
Hamilton, D. Gopeland, B. A. Shepherd, J. Wing, jr. 
J. W. Dimock, S. G. Boughton. 
Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Auditor — J. M. Goodwin. 

Sheriffs — Benj. Hastings, Horace Wadsworth. 
City Court held on the 1st Monday in each month, 
Annual Meeting 3d Monday in April. 



NEW HAVEN. 



Henry C. Flagg, Mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Caleb Brintnall, | Isaac Mix, 

Benjamin Beecher, } Enos A. Prescottl 

Common Council — Smith Tuttle, Elihu Sanford, 
Ezra Hotchkiss, Frederick Linus, Elisha L. Silliman, 
Levi Gilbert, Abraham Murdock, Charles J. Allen, 
Atwater Treat, George Rowland, Charles Bostwick* 
Lent Bishop, Alfred Daggett, Wm. B. Bristoll, Henry. 
Peck, Nahum Hay ward, Solomon Collis, Sidney Hull, 
Sidney M. Stone, Zelotus Day. 
Treasurer — Amos Townsend, jr. 
Clerk — Elisha Munson. 
Attorney — Charles A. Ingersoll. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. ?! 

Collector — Justin Redfield. 

Sheriffs — Scovil Hiriman, Joseph Fairchild, 

Clerk City Court — John Beach. 

NEW LONDON. 

Noyes Billings, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Sabin K. Smith, | George Potter, jr. 

Daniel B. Hernpsted, | John Deshon. 

Common Council — Joseph Lawrence, Geo. Jones, 
John Fulton, John H. Wheeler, Thomas Lewis, Wil- 
liam Tate. jr. 

Treasurer — John A. Fulton. 
Clerk — Henry Douglass. 
City Agent — William F. Brainard. 
Sheriffs — John Danforth, Jason A. Rogers. 
City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual meeting 2d Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 



Charles W. Rockwell, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, | John Breed,. 

William H. Law, Gurdon Chapman. 

Common Council — Jedediah Huntington, Samuel 
Story, Charles Coit, Gurdon A. Jones, Amos Cobb, 
James Spalding, George Hebard, George B. Ripley, 
Joseph Backus, Roswell W. Roath, Geo. W. Clark, 
Gurdon Pendleton. 

Treasurer — Lyman Brewer. 

Clerk — Alexander Lathrop. 

Sheriffs — Frederick Prentice, Francis W. Bushnell. 

Weigher General — John G. Huntington. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month.. 
Annual meeting 1st Monday in June. 



12 BOROUGHS. 

MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. s 

Samuel Cooper, Henry Carringteo, 

Richard Hubbard, | Samuel Russell. 

Common Council — Wm. S. Camp, Joseph Taylor, 
Charles Buckland, Asa Richardson, Micah Sill, Lot 
D. Vansands, Thomas G. Mather, Barzillai D. Sage, 
Jonathan Kilbourn,jr. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of 
City Court. 

Attorney — G. W. Stanley. 

Sheriffs — Harvey Tread way, Jacob Roberts. 

Collector — Daniel Samson. 

Auditors — Stephen Taylor, Joseph Tobey, William 
Southmayd, jr. 

Annual meeting third Monday in January. City 
Court held 2d Tuesday in each month. 

■SB iii WM i nirwum i n ii ■■ ! 

COLCHESTER. 

Samuel Kellogg, Warden. 

Burgesses — Avery Morgan, Alfred B. Pierce, Fred- 
erick Morgan, E. M. Worthington, J. S. Hammond, 
Joshua Clark. 

Clerk — Ezekiel W. Parsons. 

Treasurer — J. B. Wheeler. 

Bailiff— John C. Bulkeley. 



DANBURY. 

Eli T. Hoyt, Warden. 
Burgesses— Starr Nichols, Ephraim Gregory, Edgar 



BOROUGHS. 73 

S. Tweedy, Edward Tweedy, Anson Barnum, Curtis 
Clark. 

Treasurer — John S. Blackman. 

Clerk — Darius Starr. 

Bailiff— Elias S. Sanford. 



BRIDGEPORT, 

Daniel Sterling, Warden. 

Burgesses — Daniel O. Wheeler, F. S. Hurd, Thos. 
Hawley, Sylvanus Sterling, Edwin Porter, Charles 
DeForest. 



GUILFORD. 



Samuel Scranton, Warden. 

Burgesses — Anson Foote, Miles Munger, Frederick 
W. Fowler, Bela Stone, Nathaniel R. Landon, Abel 
Kimberly. 

WILLIMANTIC. 

William Witter, Warden. 

Burgesses — Asa Jillson, Oliver Kingsley, A. Howes, 
Samuel L. Hill. 

Clerk— Newton Fitch. 
Bailiff— William C. Boon, jr. 



ESSEX. 

Ezra S. Mather, Warden. 

Burgesses — S. Ingham, S.M. Hayden, Amasa Hay- 
den, T. Starkey, Felix Starkey, Uriah Hayden. 
Clerk and Treasurer— S.M. Hayden, jr. 



74 banks: 

KILLINGWORTH. 

Austin Olcott, Warden. 

Burgesses — Charles Stevens, Daniel Buell, Joseph 
Stannard, David Dibboll, jr. B. B. Elderkm. 
Bailiff — Charles Stevens. 



WATERBURY. 

William H. Scovelle, Warden, 

Burgesses — Green Kendreck, Leonard Harrison, 
Anson Sperry, Jesse Porter. 
Secretary — Wm. Brown. 



LITCHFIELD VILLAGE. 

[Incorporated in 1818.] 
William Buel, President. 



Clerk — Joseph Adams. 
Treasurer — Phineas Miner. 
Bailiff—- Oliver Goodwin. 



BiMIg. 



UNITED STATES BRANCH BANK, AT HART- 
FORD, 
• Discontinued. 

JPbshUa P. Burnham, Agent for closing the affairs of 
the Bank. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Joseph Trumbull, President, 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors. Joseph Trumbull, Charles Goodwin^ 

Amos M. Collins, James B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hud- 



BANKS. 75 

son, M, W. Chapin, E. B. Stedman, Nathan Morgan, 
Thomas S. Williams, James Cowles, Robert Watkin- 
son, D. F. Robinson. Caleb Pond, State Director. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 

ifiscount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 2d Thursday in 

June. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 

Directors. — Chas. Sigourney, Elisha Peck, Thomas 
Smith, John A. Tainter, Samuel Tudor, Thomas Day, 
Charles Seymour, S. H. Huntington, Chauncey Je- 
rome, Henry H. Shepard, Haynes L. Porter. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September, 
Capital stock, $1,113,000. 



Branch of the Phoznix Bank at Litchfield. 

Asa Bacon, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 

Directors. — Asa Bacon, Samuel Buel, Elihu Harri- 
son, Theron Beach, Ithamar Canfield, John C. Coffing, 
Origen S. Seymour. 

Origin S. Seymour, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COM- 
PANY. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier, 



78 BANKS. 

Directors. — Alfred Smith, Wm. H. Imlay, Daniel 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, Joseph Church, S. B. Wild- 
man, S. B. Grant, M. A. Tuttle, Henry Sheldon. 
Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS' BANK, 

James Dodd, President. 
Abraham Halsey, Cashier. 

Directors. — James Dodd, Thomas Belden, Joseph 
Pratt, William S, Holabird, Luther Loomis, Jesse 
-Savage, Horace Goodwin, 2d, James T. Pratt Albert 
Day, George Mitchell, Lemuel Humphrey, Alexander 
H. Pomroy, Oliver C. Phelps, jr. 

Isaac Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12, and from 2 to 4. 
Dividends, 1st Monday in May and November. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Roderick Terry, H. Huntington, jr. Lo- 
ren P. Waldo, Edward P. Cooke, Daniel Burgess, 
Philemon Canfield, James M. Bunce, Wm. T. Lee, 
A. S. Beckwith, E. W. Bull, L. B. Hanks, L. Ken- 
nedy, Charles Boswell. 

Charles M. Emerson, Attorney for the Bank. 



NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Cashier. 

Directors. — H. Denison, H. Huggins, W. Bristol, 
M. Trowbridge, A. R. Street, R. S. Baldwin, I. Towns- 



BANKS. 77 

end, Caleb Brintnall. Noyes Darling, on the part of 
the State. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, first Thursday in July.- 
Capital stock, $335,000. 

MECHANICS' BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors. — John Fitch, iEneas Munson, Joseph N* 
Clarke, Elihu Sanfoid, William H.Ellis, Caleb Mix, 
Aaron Seeley, Charles A. Ingersoll, Elias Gilbert. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 

Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 

Capital stock, $300,000. 



NEW HAVEN CITY BANK. 

Charles Atwater, President. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, Cashier. 

Directors. — Charles Atwater, Samuel St. John, Her- 
vey Sanford, John Babcock, John Beach, Horace R. 
Hotchkiss, Zelotes Day, Oliver Bryan, Abijah Fisher. 
Capital stock, $400,000. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Wiliiam H. Elliott, President. 
W. R. Hitchcock, Cashier. 

Directors.— William H. Elliott, John H. Cooley, 
Isaac Mix, Lewis Hotchkiss, S. I. Hitchcock, Smith 
Tuttle, Henry Hotchkiss, James Brewster, Jesse Ster- 
ling* 

Capital stock, $500,000, all paid in. 



78 BANKS. 

MEZtlDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
-Francis King, Cashier. 

Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Pomeroy, Samuel Yale, James S. 
Brooks. Stephen Taylor, Ambrose Ives, Silas Mbc. 

'Capital stock, $100,000. 



UNION BANK, NE W.LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, Jr. President. 
Ebenezor Learned, Cashier. 

Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, Jonathan 
Starr, jr. John O. Miner, W. P. Cleaveland, jr. Archi- 
bald Mercer, Wm. Sterne, George R. Lewis, Edward 
Hallam, Alfred White, R. McCurdy, Joseph Hunting- 
ton, C. S. Stockman: 

William P. Cleaveland, jr. Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business from 10 to 12 A. M. & 2 to 4 P M. 

Annual meeting first Thursday in June. 

Capital Stock $100,000. 



NEW-LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 

Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Th. 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isharn, Jonathan Coit, A. Thatcher, Thomas S. Per- 
kins, Benjamin Brown, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A M. andJ2 to4P M = 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in July 

Capital stock, $150,000, 



BANKS. 79 

WHALING BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 

Directors — Coddington Billings, Lyman Law, Jo- 
seph Lawrence, John Brandegee, Anson Smith, W. 
A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, Sabin K. Smith, Adam 
Frink, Actors Barnes, Daniel B. Hempstead. 

Win. F. Brainarcl, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A M, and 2 to 4 P M. 

• Annual meeting first Monday in July. 

t Capital stock $300,000. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 



Directors — Jabez Huntington, John L. Busvvell, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah Huntington, Jonathan 
G. W. Trumbull, Jacob W. Kinney,William A. Buck- 
ingham, Erastus Williams, Benjamin Coit, James 
Treat, John Isham. 

George Perkins, Attorney for the Bank 
Annual meeting in June. — Dividends in January and 
July.—Capital stock $210,000. 

THAMES BANK. 

William P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 

Directors — -Wm. P. Greene, Calvin Goddard, Amos 
H. Hubbard, Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Hen- 
ry M. Waite, James Stedman, Henry Strong, Walter 
Lester, Gurdon Chapman. 

Annual meeting in June. — Dividends in Marc-h 
-and September.—Capital stock Jj 200,000. 



80 BANKS. 

QUINEBAUG BANK. 

William C. Gilman, President. 
F. A.Perkins, Cashier. 

Directors — William C. Gilman, Charles W. Rock- 
well, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, George L- Per- 
kins, A. F. Gilman, Thomas Robinson, John Breed, 
Dwight Ripley, Joseph Backus. 

John A. Roekwell, Attorney to the* Bank. 
Annual meeting, 1st Monday in June. 
Capital stock $500,000. 



MERCHANTS' BANK. 

William Williams, jr. President. 
Joseph Williams, Cashier. 

Directors — Wm. Williams, jr. Nehemiah H. Fitch, 
Stephen Fitch, James L. Ripley, Charles Coit, Samuel 
Kellogg, Sherwood Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis 
Hyde, Joseph H. Doane, John Brewster. George B. 
Ripley, John Prentke, Geo. SpafFord, A. T. Judson. 

Annual meeting in September. 

Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. 

Dividends in March and September. 
Capital stock, $150,000. 



STONINGTON BANK. 

William Williams, President. 
Francis Amy^ Cashier. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital stock, $5.3,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elias Brown, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d, Cashier. 

Directors. — Elia3 Brown, Elisha Faxon, Elisha Ha- 



BANES. 81 

ley, John Hyde, Asa Fish, Nathan Daboll, Silas Beebe, 
Elias Hewitt, Wm.H. Woodbridge, Jeremiah Holme3, 
Henry Harding. 

Discount day, Tuesday. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Daniel Packer, President, 
John Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors. — Daniel Packer, Samuel C. Morgan, Jo- 
seph S. Gladding, Nathaniel Coit, William F. Clark, 
M. T. Richards, Amos Cobb, Lucius Tyler, Joseph 
Backus, Charles Johnson, Jeremiah S. Webb. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Ebenezer Jessup, President. 
Charles Hill, Cashier. 
Directors. — Ebenezer Jessup, Jossup Wakeman, P. 
A. Cannon, David P. Minot, Stephen Tomlinson, 
Isaac Burroughs, Silvanus Sterling, Willey Bootlie, 
F. S. Hurd. 

Notes must be presented on or before Thursday.' 
Discounts made on Friday. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday 
in July; 

Capital stock, $200,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK, BRIDGEPORT. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors. — Reuben Tweedy, Hanford Lyon, Dan- 
iel Sterling, Josiah Hubbel, Nathaniel Wade, Seth B. 
Jones, David Brooks, Eli Mygatt. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, in September,, 
Capital stock, $300,000. 
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82 BAWKS. 

BRANCH BANK, AT D ANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Curtis Clark, Cashier. 

Directors. — Samuel Tweedy, David Foot, Isaac H. 
Seeley, Reuben Booth, Starr Ferry, Abner Gilbert, 
Henry Beers. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, Cashier. 

Directors.— Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, John 
McClellan, A. T. Judson, E. C. Eaton, William Put- 
nam, A. Hammond, B. P. Spalding, Ralph James, 
H. Williams, John R. Dean, Edward Fogg, S. Bar- 
stow. 

A. T. Judson, Attorney to the Bank. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier, 

Directors. — John Baldwin, C. C. Hayward, James 
C. Staniford, Levi Johnson, Giles Tainter, Lathrop 
Richardson, Adam Larrabe, Hezekiah Hammond, 
Abner Hendee, Elias Sharpe. 

Thomas Gray, Attorney to the Bank. 



THOMPSON BANK. 

John Nichols, President. 

Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 
Directors. — William H. Mason, William Read, John 
Nichols, Talcott Crosby, Simon Davis, D. Grosvenor, 
William Fisher, Franklin Nichols, Jonathan Nichols, 
'-George B. Slater, Harvey Blashfield. 






banks, 68 

Simon Davis, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual meeting, first Tuesday in January. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

M1DDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Henry Carrington, Cashier. 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Richard Hubbard, Samuel Rus- 
sell, WilJiam L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, Thomas G. 
Mather, Elishama Brandegee, Eli Warner, Geo. Dick- 
inson. Clark Elliott, on the part of the State. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 

2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Thursday in January. 
Capital stock, §400,000. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK, 

Henry L. De Koven, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors. — Henry L. De Koven, Joseph W. Alsop, 
Eben. Jackson, jr. Samuel Russell, Randolph Pease, 
John Wyse, Eli Wilcox, Joseph Hall, David Allen, 
Timothy Stark ey, Wm. S. Camp, Stephen Taylor, 
Wm. C. Bowers, Seth Seward, John Alsop? Charles 
Woodward- Ezra L. H. Chamberlain, on the part of 
the State. 

Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meeting, first Wednesday in July 
.Capital stock, $200,000, 



84 BANKS. 

EAST HADDAM BANK!. 

Luther Whitmore, President. 
Timothy Green, Cashier. 

Directors. — Noah Bulkeley, Timothy Green, Epa- 
phroditus Champion, jr. WiHiam Palmer, Gideon 
Higgins, Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, Thomas Fuller, Rich- 
ard S. Pratt, Horace Hayden, Augustus Olmsted, Hen- 
ry M. Waite, Samuel Colt, Jonathan Arnold. 

J. C. Palmer, Attorney for the Bank. « 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, 
Capital stock, $75,000. 



» 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 

Directors. — Elisha Stearns, Wm. C. Gilman, Chas* 
W. Rockwell, Henry Strong, Elijah Smith, John Fitch, 
George M, Hyde, John Boynton, Wyllis Gilbert. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank- 

Discount days, every Wednesday. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October, 

Capital stock, $75,000. 

STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
J. F. Henry, Cashier. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 

2 to 4 P. M. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 85 

I M l 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 
Ward Woodbridge, President. 

Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Charles Sigour- 
ney, Isaac Perkins, David Watkinson, William Ely, 
Cyprian Nichols, Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, 
Charles Hosmer, John Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Tho- 
mas K. Brace. 

Trustees — Stephen Spencer, Solomon Porter, Chas. 
Seymour, Jeremy Hoadley, George Putnam, Richard 
Bigelow, H. A. Perkins, Albert Day, Joshua P. Burn- 
ham, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, 
Haynes L. Porter, Joseph B. Gilbert, Daniel P. Hop- 
kins, Jesse Savage, Amos M. Collins, Edward Good- 
win, E, S. Hamilton, Nathan Morgan, Edward P. 
Cooke, Abraham Halsey, Philemon Canfjeld, William 
Rogers, T. C. Perkins, E. W. Bull. 

Haynes L. Porter, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 
Funds of the Institution, June 1, 1835, $356,522 52. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 

Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 

Vice Presidents — H. Carrington, Richard Rand. 
Directors — Luke C. Lyman, Joseph Taylor, Richard 
Hubbard, William S Camp. 

Samuel Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NEW-LONDON SAVINGS BANK. * 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents— Rob't Coit, Thos. W.Williams. 
Directors— Ezra Chappell, Archibald Mercer, Chas, 
S* Stockman, Wm. P. Cleaveland, jr. Edw. Learned, 



SAV1INUS JBAnJKSo 



Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer; 

Amount of depositee, $100,000. 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK.* 

Francis A. Perkins, President. 

Vice Presidents — John L. Boswell,Wm. C. Gilman, 
George L. Perkins, Joseph Williams. 

Directors — Erastus Coit, Lyman Brewer, Charles 
Coit, Nathaniel Shipman, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, 
Charles W. Rockwell, Dwight Ripley, Wm. Williams 
Jr., Erastus Williams. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Geo. Perkins, Secretary and Attorney. 

Annual meeting in June. 



ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 



Insurance Companies 



MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Union — New London. 

Coddington Billings, President. 

David Coit, Secretary. 

Ocean — New Haven. 

Roger Sherman, President. 

Justus Harrison^ Secretary and Treasurer. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 67 

FIRE AND MARINE. 

Protection. — Hartford. 

William W. Ellsworth, President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, Secretary. 

Annual Election in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 

New-London. 

Richard Law, President. 

Coleby Chew, Secretary. 

Directors- — Richard Law, Jonathan Coit, Thomas 

W. Williams, Andrew M. Frink, Benjamin Brown, 

Asa Otis, Abner Bassett, Jo.. Lawrence, Acors Barnes, 

Jedediah Huntington, Asa Fish, Gurdon Trumbull. 

Annual election in July. — Capital stock, $250,000. 



FIKE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Hartford. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

J. G. Bolles, Secretary. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 

Annual meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 

JEtna — Hartford . 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 

Annual election in June. 

Norwich. 

George L. Perkins, President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Directors — George L. Perkins, J. L. Bosweil, C. P. 
Huntington, C. Billings, W. C. Gilman, J. Williams, 
W.P,. Greene, J, B. Gurley, Win. Willianis,jr v 



88 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

N. & W. W. Billings, Agents at New London. 
Annual meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 
Capital, $100,000.— Incorporated in 1819. 



MUTUAL ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE COMP's. 

Green Woods (Winchester) mutual fire Insurance. 

Uriel Tuttle, President. 

Directors — Theron Rockwell, Elijah P. Grant, Gris- 
wold Woodward, Thomas Watson, jr. Jesse Jves, U. 
Tuttle, Jas. C. CleaveJand, John Boyd, Giles H. Bass. 
Elijah P. Grant, Secretary. 
Theron Rockwell, Treasurer. 

Tolland County mutual fire insurance. 

[Incorporated in May, 1828.] 

Ariel Lad d, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Annual meeting for the choice of officers, 3d Mon- 
day in June. — Capital stock, $30,000. 

Norwich mutual assurance. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
Frederick Miner, N. London. Assistant Treasurer. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
John P. Trott, Agent at New London. 
Incorporated in 1795. Annual meeting, 2d Mon- 
day in January. Capital, $6,666. 

Litchfield mutual assurance. 

Phineas Miner, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary. 
Oliver Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Windham county mutual insurange. 

Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams "White^ Secretary, 



RAIL ROAD COMPANIES. 89 

Mutual aid Association — New Haven. 

William Brown, jr. President. 
Peleg H. Cone, Vice President. 
Elijah Gilbert, jr. Secretary. •, 

Alfred Daggett, Treasurer. 
Select Committee — EHsha L. Silliman, Gardner 
Morse, Guy C. Hotchkiss, Leaveret Shepherd, Noah 
Chandler, Joseph Fairchild.. 



RAIL ROAD COMPANIES. 

Norwich and Worcester. 

William C. Gilman. President. 

Directors— Wm. C. Gilman, Wm. P. Greene, John 
Breed, Asa Child, John A- Rockwell, Thomas Robin- 
son, Arthur F. Gilman, E. J. Anderson, Charles W. 
Rockwell, Abijah Fisher, George L. Perkins, Daniel 
W. Coit, Joseph Ripley. 

Engineers — James L. Kirkwood, James Lawrie. 

N. York, Providence and Boston, 

John S. Crary, New York, President, 
S, F. Denison, Ephm. Williams, Stonington, Ex. Com. 

Hartford and New Haven. 

James Brewster, President. 
Directors — James Brewster, Jasper Grosvenor, Sa'l 
J. Hitchcock, E. W. Bull, John S. Mitchell, Philip S. 
Galpin, Elisha Cowles. 

Oliver Pease, Secretary. 
William H. Elliott, Treasurer. 
Alexander C, Twining, Chief Engineer. 

Farmington Canal Company, 

James Goodrich, President. 
John Fitch, Treasurer. 
Directors — James Goodrich, Joseph N. Clark, Na^ 
than Peck, Sidney Hull, William W. Boardman.. 



90 RIVER, AND OTHER COMPANIES. 

KIVER, STEAM-BOAT, PACKET, AND OTHER 
COMPANIES, 

Connecticut River. 

Alfred Smith, President. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 

Norwich Water Power. 

For bringing into use the waters of the Shetucket Ri- 
ver for Manufactories. 
William P. Greene, President. 
William C. Gilman, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Wm. P. Greene, Edward Whiting, Rus- 
eell Hubbard, Wm. C. Gilman, Jedediah Huntington, 
John A. Rockwell, James L. Ripley. 

Incorporated in 1828.- -Capital, $80,000. 

Union Company — Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
Elisha Dodd, Clerk and Treasurer. 
Directors — Thos. K- Brace, David Watkinson, Sol- 
omon Porter. Francis Parsons, Attorney. 

New London cj* Norwich Steam Boat. 

William C. Gilman, President. 

Arthur F. Gilman. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Directors — Wm. C. Gilman, Charles W. Rockwell, 

Calvin Tyler, Acors Barnes, A, F. Gilman, Freeman. 

Lovell, J. G. W. Trumbull. 

New Haven Steam Boat, 
Joel Root, Agent. 

New Haven <$• New York Packet Co's. 

Old Line. 

Stephen Trowbridge, Agent, 

New Line. 
Ezra Hotchkiss & Son. New Haven, 
C. F. Hotchkiss, 111, South-st. N.York, Agents, 



COMPANIES — COLLEGES. 91 

New Haven and Albany Line of Packets. 

Agents — R. Hotchkiss & Son, Elias Hotchkiss, 

Jedediah Chapman, New Haven ; 

Chas. A. Keeler, Albany. 

Hartford Bridge. 

Griffin Stedman, President. 
Christopher C. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Norwich Wharf 

James T. Richards, Treasurer* 
Trustees — Charles W. Rockwell, Thomas Robin- 
son, William P. Greene. 

Norwich Market. 

William C. Gilman, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Secretary and Treasurer. 



CPLEECUES and A€AS»EMIES. 

YALE COLLEGE— NEW HAVEN. 
[Founded in 1700.] 

CORPORATION. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. 

His Ex. Henry W. Edwards, ll. d. 

His Honor Ebenezer Stoddard. 

Rev. Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s. t. d. • 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 

Rev. Noah Porter, s, t. d- 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen. 

Rev. Diodate Broekway. 






92 COLLEGES. 

Hon. Charles Hawley. 
Hon. John Stewart. 
Hon. Nathan Daboll. 
Rev. Loren P. Hickok. 
Hon. Theron Rockwell. 
Hon. Timothy Cowles. 
Hon. Joel Hinman. 

Treasurer — Wylly3 Warner, Esq. 
Steward— Caleb Mix, Esq. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 
Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Kent Professor of Law; 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d. Professor of Chim- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Prac- 
tice of Physic. 

William Tully, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel VV. Taylor, s. t. d. D wight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d. Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Professor of Sacred Lite- 
rature. 

SamuelJ. Hitchcock, Esq. Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Sleazar T. Fitch, s. t. d. Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, s. t. d. Professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. 



COLLEGES. 93 

Denison Olmstead, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. if. Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Charles U. Shepard, a. b. Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Elias Loomis, a. m. Tutor in Natural Philosophy. 

Lorenzo L. Langstroth, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

John O. Cotton, a. m. Tutor in Creek. 

Seth C. Brace, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

William H. Russell, a. b. Tutor in Latin. 

Alphonso Taft, a. b. Tutor in Latin. 

Ebenezer A. Johnson, a. b. Tutor in Latin. 

Oliver P. Hubbard, a. m. Assistant to the Professor 
of Chimistry. 

Francois Turner, Bachelier-es-Lettres et Licencie 
en Droit dans l'Universite de France, instructor in the 
French Language. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Miner, m. d. Silas Fuller, m. d. Luther 
Ticknor, m. d. Dyer T. Brainard, m. t>. Joseph Palmer, 
m. d. Earl Swift, m. d. 



THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

The Instructors in the Theological Department are 
a Professor of Didactic Theology, a Professor of Sa- 
cred Literature, and the Professors of Divinity and of 
Rhetoric in the classical department of the College. 

The whole course of instruction occupies three years; 
and the studencs are divided into Junior, Middle and 
Senior classes. 

The time of admission is at the commencement of 
the first collegiate term. 



94 COLLEGES. 

THE LAW SCHOOL, 

The Law School is under the direction of the Hon, 
David Daggett, ll. d. late Chief Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Connecticut, and Professor of Law ; and 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Attorney and Counsellor 
at Law. 

THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION, 

• The Instructors in the Medical Institution, are a 
Professor of Surgery, a Professor of Chi mis try and 
Pharmacy, a Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
Physic, a Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, and a 
Professor of Obstetrics. 

The annual course of lectures commences at the ex- 
piration of eleven weeks from the third Wednesday of 
August, which will usually be the first Tuesday of 
November, and continues seventeen weeks. There 
are, at least, five daily lectures throughout the teraij 
and a part of the time, six. 

Summary.— Theological Students, 6.3; Law Stu- 
dents, 31; Medical Students, 60; Resident graduates, 
,5; Seniors, 81; Juniors, 110; Sophomores, 87; Fresh- 
men, 135; Undergraduates, 413. Total, 572, 

Commencement.— Third Wednesday of August. 

Vacations.— There are three vacations in a year; 
one of six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the 
third Wednesday in August; the second, two weeks 
from the first Wednesday in January ; and the third, 
four weeks from the last Wednesday in April.. 



COLLEGES. 



95 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— HARTFORD. 

Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d, d. President. 

J. Smith Rogers, m, d. Professor of Chimistry and 
Mineralogy. 

William M. Holland, a, Bi. Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

Rev. Silas Totten, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Duncan L. Stewart, Adjunct Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W r . Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. Professor of Oriental 
Literature. 

Abraham Halsey, Lecturer on Natural History. 

Amariah Brigham, Lecturer on Anatomy. 

Annual Commencement, first Tuesday of August. 



TRUSTEES, 



Rt.Rev.T.C.Browneil,D.D 
Rev. Harry Croswell, 
Rev. N. S. Wheaton, d. d. 
Charles Sigourney, 
Richard Adams, 
Jonathan Starr, jr. 
Nathan Smith, 
John S. Peters, m. d. ll. d. 
Samuel Tudor, 
"William H. Imlay, 
Rev. Daniel Burhan3, d. d. 
-Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d. 



Isaac Toucey, 
S. H. Huntington, 
Rev. William Jarvis, 
Seth P. Beers, 
Ward Woodbridge, 
Rev. G. F. Davis, d. d. 
Jackson Kemper, d. d. 
Gideon Tomlinson, ll. d, 
William W. Boardman, 
Rev. Smyth Pyne, 
Frederick Holcomb, 
Rev. Geo. Burgess. 



96 COLLEGES. 

WESLEYAN UMVERSITY— MIDDLETOWN. 
[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION — TRUSTEES, 



Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d. 
Rev. Laban Clark, a. m. 
Rev. Heman Bangs, 
Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, 
Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Abraham Avery, 
Hon. Isaac Kellogg. 
Aaron Sanford, jr. 
James L. Phelps, m. d. 
John L. Smith, 
Wm. R. Shafter, 



Abel Bliss, 
Rev. C. D. Cahoon, 
William J. French, 
George W. Stanley, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Henry L. DeKoverf, 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Hon. W. L. Storrs, 
Samuel D^ Hubbard, 
Isaac Webb. 



VISITERS. 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
B. F. 
Rev. 



Nathan Bangs, d. d. 

Stephen Martindale, 

Fitch Reed, 

O. V. Ammerman, 

James Youngs, 

John Lindsey, 

Daniel Dorchester, 

Abra'm D. Sargeant, 
Newhall, 

Henry Chase, 

John L. Smith, Treasurer, 
Davis Smith, Steward. 



Rev. Robert Seney, 
Rev. James Covell, 
Rev. John C GreeD, 
Rev. George Coles, 
Rev. J. F. Cox, 
Rev. David Kilbourn, 
Rev. J. F. Adams, 
Rev. D. C. Cahoon, 
Rev. E. Mason. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t, d. President, 
And Professor of Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 
Augustus W. Smith, a. m. Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and Natural Philosophy. 

R.ev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m. Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 



COLLEGES. 97 

Rev. Jacob Frederick Huber, a. m. Professor of Mo- 
dern Languages. 

Rev, Joseph Holdrich, a. m. Assistant Professor oi 
Moral Science and Belles Lettres, and Librarian, 

John Johnston, a. m. Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics, and Lecturer on Chimistry, Mineralogy and 
Geology. 

The Annual Commencement is on the 4th Wednes- 
day of August, which is also the commencement of the 
first collegiate term. 

VACATIONS 

1. Two weeks succeeding the last Wednesday in 
November. 

2. Two weeks succeeding the fourth Wednesday in 
March. 

3. Six weeks immediately precedingCommencement. 

LIBRARY. 

The University Library and the two Society Libra- 
ries together, number about 6,000 volumes, and the 
University has a very respectable Philosophical and 
Chimicalr Apparatus. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNEC- 
TICUT. 

[Located at East Windsor. Incorporated, May, 1834.1 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d. President, 
And Professor of Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Coggswell, Professor of Ecclesias- 
tical History. 

Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Professor of Pastoral Duty. 

Rev* Wm. Thompson, Prof, of Biblical Literature. 

Winter Term commences in October. 



98 ACADEMIES, 

Summer Term in May. 

Manual Labor privileges on the farm and in the 
work-shops connected with the Institution. 

PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Professor Jonathan Knight, President. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Vice President. 
Aaron N. Skinner, Corresponding Secretary. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Treasurer: 



CONNECTICUT ACADEMY. % 

Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d. President. 

Vice Presidents — -Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d.. 
Noah Webster, ll. d. Richard J. Murdock, Simeon 
Baldwin. 

Counsellors — Jas. Kingsley, ll. d. Roger M. Sher- 
man, ll. d. Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Prof. Denison 
Olmsted, Prof, Josiah W. Gibbs. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, Esq. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, m. d. 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Francis B. Winthrop, Professor 
Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich. 

Recording Secretary — Theodore D. Woolsey. 

Committee of Publication — Pres't Day, Prof. Silli- 
man, Prof. Olmsted. 



N. HAVEN SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

John Scarritt, Clerk. — Giles Mansfield, Treasurer. 
Committee — Charles A. Ingersoll, John Durrie, 
Philip Saunders. 

BACON ACADEMY, Colchester. 

[Incorporated in 1802— Fund, $35,000.] 
Chas. P. Otis, a. m. Preceptor. 
Erastus Williams, Assistant. — Female Teachers, 
Mrs. Otis, Miss Welles, Miss Taintor. 

Vacations — From the first Thursday in September, 



ACADEMIES. 99 

three weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, 
two weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 
weeks. 



PLAINFIELD ACADEMY. 

John Witter, a. m. Principal. 
Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August. 
Vacations — From tho first Wednesday in August, 3 
weeks. From the 1st Wednesday in January, 2 weeks. 
From the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 

BROOKLYN ACADEMY. 

Noah Bishop, Principal. 

KENT ACADEMY. 

Birdsey Gibbs, Principal. 



EAST HARTFORD CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH 
SCHOOL. 

Trustees — Solomon Olmsted, Pardon BrownelI,M. d. 
Erastus Woodruff. 

Theodore L. Wright, a. m. Principal. 

Wm. H. Wells, Instructer in the Eng. Department. 

Miss Hannah L. Humeston, Instructress. 

C. P. Bordenave, Instructer in French. 

Elijah P. Wright, Teacher of Penmanship, 



NORWICH FEMALE ACADEMY. 

[Incorporated in 1828.] 

Trustees — Thomas Robinson, J. Perkins, John Hil- 
liard, Erastus Williams, George B. Ripley, George L. 
Perkins, Amos H. Hubbard. 

George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 

Thomas Robinson, Secretary. 

Rev. John Stoirs and Mrs. Melancia B. Storrs, 
Principals. 



100 ACADEMIES. 

NEW LONDON FEMALE ACADEMY. 

Rev. Daniel Huntington, Principal. 
Miss Rachael Gould, Assistant. 

NEW LONDON UNION ACADEMY. 

Alfred Hebard, Principal. 

NEW-LONDON SELECT SCHOOL. 
SLFolsom, Principal. Mrs. MM. Folsbm, Assistant, 



NEW LONDON FREE SCHOOL. 
Ulysses Dow, Instructor. 

NORTH GRANBY ACADEMY. 
Jefferson Cooley, Instructor. 



HARTLAND SELECT SCHOOL. 

Richard Griffin, Instructor. 



SOUTBINGTON SCHOOL. 

Mr. Adams, Instructer. 



ELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL. 

[Incorporated in 1829.] 
John Hall, Principal. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, Bridgeport. 

Rev. B- G. Noble, Instructer. 

Jonah Abboty Assistant. 



SUFFIELD ACADEMY. 

Harvey Ball, Principal. 
S. S. Sumner, Assistant. 



WILTON ACADEMY. 
£« S. Hawley, Instructor* 



ACADEMIES. 101 

EATONVILLF, SEMINARY. 
Instructresses — Mrs. M. M. Malepar, Miss Abby Day. 



BRADFORD ACADEMY. 
Julius N. Wood, Instructor. 



GUILFORD ACADEMY. 

Leumar H. Whedon, Principal. 



ASHFORD ACADEMY. 
R. Lamphear, Principal. 



MORRIS ACADEMY, South Farms, Litchfield. 
S. M. Ensign, Principal. 

HILLS ACADEMY, Essex. 
William C. Burke, Principal. 

ANDOVER ACADEMY. 
Geo. Sill, Preceptor. 



GOSHEN ACADEMY. 

Otis Lombard, Instructor. 
Catharine' Lombard, Assistant. 



SALISBURY ACADEMY. 
Joseph Pettee, jr. Instructor- 

FARMINGTON ACADEMY. 

Walter Clarke, Principal. 



BRANFORD ACADEMY. 
Julius N. Dowd f Instructor, 



102: ACADEMIES. 

HUNTINGTON ACADEMY, 
Hezekiah Rudd, Instructor. 



NORTH GREENWICH ACADEMY. 
Hiram Done, Instructor. 



NEW CANAAN ACADEMY. 
Silas Davenport, Instructor, 



RIDGEFIELD ACADEMY. 

Samuel S. St. John, Instructer. 



EAST HADDAM ACADEMIC SCHOOL. 

Nathan L. Foster, Principal. 
Vacations — From the first Monday in October, two 
weeks. From the Monday preceding the first Wed- 
nesday in May, two weeks* 



STRATFORD ACADEMY. 
Amos A. Pettingall, Principal. 



SUFFIELD BAPTIST ACADEMY. 

Harvey Ball, Principal. 
S. S. Sumner, Assistant. 



FAIRFIELD ACADEMY. 

F'. S. Wallace, Instructer, 
Trustees— David Judson. Roger M. Sherman, Sa'I 
Rowland, Thomas B. Osborne^ Abraham G. Jennings^ 
O, W. Jones, Charles B&nnett. 



DANBURY ACADEMY. 

Edgar Perkins, Instructor. 



ACADEMIES. 103 

MONROE ACADEMY. 

Samuel B. Beardslee, Principal. 
Lewis Beardslee, Assistant. 

WESTON ACADEMY. 

E. S. Hawley, Instructer. 

NORFOLK FEMALE ACADEMY. 

Miss Eliza Norton, Instructer. 

LITCHFIELD FEMALE SEMINARY. 

Miss Mary A. Swift, Principal. 

Miss Harriet Swift, Assistant. 

Miss E. E. Gimbrede, Instructer of Music, French and 

Drawing. 



WASHINGTON CLASSICAL SCHOOL. 

Joshua Hill, Instructer. 
Trustees — D. B. Brinsmade, F. I. Fenn, Ithuel 
Hickok, Win. Leavit, R. M. Fowler. 



Connecticut Baptist Literary Institution. 

Located at Suffield. Incorporated, May, 1835. 
Executive officers of the Board of Trustees — 
Rev. Gustavus F. Davis, d. n. President. 
Rev. George Phippin, Secretary. 
Rev. Edward Bolles, Treasurer. 

FACULTY. 

W. H. Shailor, Principal 
George L. Russell, Assistant. 






104 SOCIETIES. 



SOCIETIES. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb 
Persons. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents, by Election. — Joseph Battell, Ward 
Woodbridge, Henry Hudson, Thomas Day, .Samuel 
Tudor, Wm. Ely, Stephen Whitney, David Watkin- 
son. 

Directors, by Election. — James Ward, Wm. Watson, 
Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B.Hosmer, Bar- 
zillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, John 
Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are six Vice Presidents for life, 
by subscriptions of $200 and upwards, and 27 Directors 
for life, by subscription of $100 and upwards] 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. Jas. H. Wells, Trea- 
surer. William Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructor. — Lewis Weld, a. m. Principal. 

Assistants. — Laurent Clerk, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
a. m. Luzerne Ray, a. m. Joseph D. Tyler, a. m. Samuel 
Porter, a. m. Collins Stone, a. m. EbenezerB. Adams, 
Jared A. Ayres, Wilson Whiton, Edmund Booth. 

William W. Turner, Steward. Lydia H. Peaslee, 
Matron. 

Vacations begin on the last Wednesday in April and 
September, and continue, each four weeks. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, President. 
Rt. Rev. T. C Brownell, Vice President. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
Robert Watkinson, Auditor. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 



SOCIETIES. 105 

Vice Presidents for life, by subscription of $200 and 
upwards. — Samuel Tudor, David Watkinson. William 
H, Imlay, Thomas S. Williams, Henry L. Ellsworth, 
Charles Sigourn'ey, George Goodwin, Elias Perkins, 
Joseph Battell, Joshua Stow. 

Directors for life, by payment of $100. — Dan'l Wads- 
worth, Ward Woodbridge, Robert Watkinson, Elisha 
Shepard, James H. Wells, Daniel Buck, Henry Hud- 
son, Reuben Langdon, William W. Ellsworth, Henry 
Seymour, Eliphaiet Averill, Edward Watkinson, Ne- 
• hemiah Hubbard, Abigail Hubbard, Obadiah Brown. 

Directors, chosen at the Annual Meeting. — James 
Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George Sumner, James B. 
Hosmer, John Butler, Thomas H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, John L. Comstock, Edward 
P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John 
Olmsted, Leonard Bacon, Amariah Brigh&m, Cyprian 
Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Dudley Buck, Thomas Day, 
Nathan Morgan. 

Medical Visiters. — Doctors George Sumner, John 
L. Comstock, E. P. Terry, Amariah Brigham, Archi- 
bald Welch, Milo L. North. 

Managers. — Henry Hudson, Charles Sheldon, Rob- 
ert Watkinson. 

Visiting Committee. — Mrs. Brownell, Mrs. Hudson, 
Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. Watkinson. 

Physician. — Dr. Silas Fuller. 

Dr. W. H. Rockwell, Assistant and Apothecary. 

John H. Buell, Steward. Mrs. Buell, Matron. 



HARTFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

Mrs. Dr. Sumner, President. 
Miss Sarah Watkinson, Secretary. 
Miss Abby E. Langdon, Treasurer, 

Directors. — Mrs. Dr. Sumner, Mrs. H. Huntington, 
Miss B. Bull, Mra. J.. Griswold, Mrs. D. F. Robinson, 



106 SOCIETIES. 

Mrs. E. C.Stanton, Mrs. J. G. Bolles, Mrs. Dr. North, 
Mrs. E. W. Bull, Miss A. E. Langdon, Miss Sarah 
Watkinson, Mrs. Edward Goodwin, Mrs. Lynde Olra- 
sted, Mrs. B. B. Barber, Mrs. Wm. Rogers, Mrs. E. 
Harrington, Mrs. J. B. Gilbert, Mrs. H. L. Porter, 
Mrs. B. Flower, Mrs. H. B. Washburn. 

Advisers. — Edward Goodwin, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, D. F. Robinson. 



State Hospital — Neiu Haven. 

Nathan Peck, Esq. President. 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Vice President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Treasurer. 
Nathan B. Ives, m. d. Secretary. 
Nathan Peek, Esq. V. M. Dow, m. d. T. B. Beers, 
M. D. Prudential Committee. 

Sidney Hull, Esq. James Brewster, Esq. Dennis 
Kimberly, Esq. Samuel Punderson, M. d. Timothy B. 
Beers, m. d. Isaac Beers, Visitors, 

Doctors Thos. Hubbard, Eli Ives, Jonathan Knight, 
V. M. Dow, A. S. Munson, Charles Hooker, Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. 

Charles Hooker, m. d. Marine Hospital Agent. 
William Storer, Resident Superintendent of the 
Hospital. 

Dr. John Skinner, Agent for Subscriptions, &c. 



Officers of the Connecticut JWedical Society. 

Thomas Miner, m. d. Prosident. 
Silas Fuller, M. d. Vice President. 
Elijah Middlebrook, m. d. Treasurer, 
Charles Hooker, m. d. Secretary. 
STANDING COMMITTEES. 
Committee of Examination.— Thomas Miner, m. d. 
ex officio, Silas Fuller, m, d. Luther Ticknor, m. d. 
Dyer T. Brainard, m. d. Earl Swift, m. d, Joseph Pal- 
mer, M. D. 



SOCIETIES. 107 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Institution. — George Summer, m. d. Rufus Blakeman, 
§1. d. Milo L. North, m. d. Andrew Harris, m. d. Eli- 
sha North, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for 
the Insane. — Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Eli Ives, M. d. 
John S. Peters, m. d. Wm.Buel, m. d. Thos. Miner, m. d. 

[There are 393 Ordinary Members in the Society — 
360 of whom are taxable.} 

Fairfield Female Beneficent Association. 

Catharine Beers, Secretary. 
[This is a flourishing institution, for the benefit of 
poor children without the means of support or educa- 
tion. Incorporated.] 

Natural History Society of Hartford. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. President- 

Vice Presidents. — J. Smith Rogers, m. d. Alfred 
Smith, D. L. Comstock, m. d. 

Corresponding Secretary. — Abraham Halsey. 

Recording Secretary. — Erastus Smith. 

Treasurer. — Hezekiah Huntington, jr. 

Librarian. — Professor D. L. Stewart. 

Curators. — J. P. Brace, a. m. Professor Silas Totten, 
Abraham Halsey, J. A. Taintor, E. P. Terry, M. d. 
Henry Holmes, m. d. 



./Veto Haven Mechanics' Society. 

Isaac Mix, President, 
Thaddeus Austin, Vice President. 
Giles Mansfield, Secretary. 
Zebul Bradley, Treasurer. 

Amount of funds, $4,000. 



Mechanics Society, Hartford. 
Philemon Canfield, President. 



108 SOCIETIES. 

Vice Presidents — A. Denslow, Daniel Dewey, Silas 
B. Wildraan. 

E. Gleason, Secretary. 

Joseph Church, Treasurer. 

Nathan Colton, Auditor. 

Annual meeting 1st Monday in January. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY SILK SOCIETY. 

Ely Warner, President. 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Vice President. 
Benjamin H. Catlin, Secretary, 
Thomas G. Mather, Treasurer. 
Directors — Robert Sugden, Ira Hutchison, James 
H. Brownell, W. G. Chauncey, Clark Nott, Ely A. 
Elliott, Cyrus Hurd, Daniel Ventres, Eb. Jackson, jr. * 

NEW HAVEN CO. SILK SOCIETY. 
Eli Ives, President. 

Vice Presidents — Alfred S. Munson, John L. Tom- 
linsoh, Lyman Atwater. 

Executive Committee — Wm. Moseley, Eli Dicker- 
man, Sidney Babcock, J. C. Parker, Elizur E. Clark, 
W. M. Hall, Hoadley Bray, Henry Daggett, Alexis 
Painter, David Brooks, Timothy Rossiter. 

W. T. Peters, Secretary. 

Eli Dickerman, Treasurer. 



Education Society of Nomoich and Vicinity. 
William P. Greene, Esq. President. 

Vice Presidents. — Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d. Henry 
Strong, Esq. Cyrus Williams, Esq, 

Secretary. — Rev. Cornelius B. Everest. 

Treasurer. — Col. Charles Coit. 

Directors. — Rev. Lyman Strong, James Stedman, 
Esq. Rev. A. B. Collins, J. G. W. Trumbull, Eaq. 

Auditor, — F. A. Perkins, Esq. 



i 



SOCIETIES. 109 

Connecticut Baptist Education Society, 

Rev. John Cookson, President. 
Rev. George Phippin, Rev. James H. Linsley, Vice 
Presidents. 

Rev. Samuel S. Mallery, Secretary. 
J, W. Dimock, Treasurer. 

Hale Donation, for promoting Christian 
Knowledge, 

Nathan Howard, m. d. President. 

Rev. Chauncey Booth, Secretary and Librarian. 

Elisha Stearns, Treasurer and Agent. 

Superintending Committee. — Rev. George A. Cal» 
houn, Rev. Lyman Strong, Rev. Alpha Miller. 

Annual meeting of Trustees, 4th Monday in Octo- 
ber. 



Connecticut Baptist Convention, 

Rev. James H. Linsley, President. 

Rev. Gustavus F. Davis, d. d. Vice President. 

Rev. Henry Stanwood, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. John Cookson, Recording Secretary. 

Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 



Conn, Baptist Sabbath School Society: 

Rev. S. S. Mallery, President. 
George Byrne, Secretary. 
George Read, Treasurer. 

Connecticut Peace Society, 

William W. Ellsworth, President. 

Vice Presidents. — David Watkinson, Hartford Co.; 

Prof. B.Silliman, N. Haven Co.; Wm. P.Cleaveland, 

New London Co.; Roger M. Sherman, Fairfield Co.; 

George Benson, Windham Co.; William Buell, Litch- 



110 SOCIETIES. 

field Co.; Richard Hubbard, Middlesex Co.; Elisha 
Stearns, Tolland Co. 

Cor. and Rec. Secretary. — Francis Fellows. 

Directors, — J. Hubbard Wells, Lynde Olmsted, Rev. 
C. C. Vanarsdalen, Melvin Copeland, S. W. Brown, 
E. P. Cooke, Julius Catlin, Rev. G. F. Davis. 

Agent and Treasurer. — William Watson. 



Hartford County Peace Society^ 
Solomon Olmstead, President. 

Vice Presidents. — Samuel Woodruff, Barzillai D. 
Buck, Martin Kellogg, Pardon Brown. 

Secretary. — D. Hemenway. 

Treasurer. — M. A. Kellogg. 

Directors. — A. M. Collins, B. Hudson, D. F. Rob- 
inson, Solomon Olmsted. 



Executive Committee of the American Peace 
Society. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Chairman. 

Corresponding Secretary.— Rev. T. H. Gallaudet. 

Recording Secretary. — Francis Fellows, Esq. 

Treasurer, — David Watkinson, Esq. 

Directors. — Rev. C. C. Vanarsdalen, Rev. G. F. 
Davis, Rev. N. S. Wheaton, William Watson, J. H. 
Wells, Melvin Copeland, Dr. S. W, Brown, E. B. 
Stedman, P. Canfield, J. Catlin, E. P. Cooke. 



New London County Temperance Society. 
Charles W. Rockwell, President. 

Vice Presidents. — Ebenezer Learned, Benj'n Pome- 
roy, George L. Perkins, Frederick W. Morgan, Cyrus 
Williams, Rev. Ralph Hurlbutt. 

Executive Committee. — Rev. Joseph Hurlbut, Thos. 
W. Williams, William Tucker, Guy Bigelow, William 



SOCIETIES. Ill 

P* Greene, Rev. J. W. Newton, J. G. W. Trumbull, 
John A. Rockwell, Worthington Hooker. 

Secretary and Treasurer. — Rev. Samuel S. Mai- 
ler jr. 



The Young Men's Temperance Society of New 
London County. 

President. — John T. Wait, of Norwich. 

Vice Presidents. — Alfred B. Pierce, of Colchester; 
Dan Huntington, of Lebanon; Alexander H. Lester, 
of Griswold; Charles B. Ayer, of Preston. 

Secretary. — Samuel C. Starr, of Norwich. 

Treasurer. — George Coit, of Norwich. 



Middlesex County Temperance Society. 

Charles Griswold, President. 
Yice Presidents— Clark Nott, Samuel Silliman, 
Richard Rand, Rev. Pierpont Brocket, Samuel C. Sel- 
den, Benjamin EL Catlin. 

Rev. George Carrington, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Rev. William Palmer, Assistant Secretary. 



Connecticut Branch of the American Tract 
Society. 
Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, President. 
Vice President. — Eliphalei Terry. 
Treasurer. — Andrew Kingsbury. 
Secretary.- — Charles Hosmer. 

Directors. — Whiting H. Hollister, David F. Robin- 
son, George Putnam, Silas Andrus, Daniel Burgess. 



Connecticut Baptist Tract Society. 

Rev. George Phippin, Canton, President. 

Rev. Horace A, Wilcox, Wilhngton, Vice President. 

Albert Day, Hartford, Secretary. 

Rev. Gurdon Robins, do.j Treasurer and Agent 



6UU1UT1US. 



Auxiliary ForeAgn Missionary Society of JYY10 
London and its vicinity. 
Elias Perkins, President. 

Ebenezer Learned, First Vice President. 

Thos. W. Williams, Second Vice President. 

Courtland Starr, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Foreign and Domestic .Missionary Society of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Domestic Committee. — Rev. Francis L. Hawks, d.d. 
Rev. Henry Anthon, d. d. Rev. Lot Jones, Rev. Hugh 
Smith, Anson Blake, Brittain L. Woolley, Murray 
Hoffman, James Swords, Bps. ex officio. 

Secretary and General Agent.— Rev. Benj'n Dorr; 

Treasurer. — James Swords. 

Foreign Committee. — Rev. James Milnor, d.d. Rev» 
William Jackson, Rev. Manton Eastburn, Rev. John 
M. Forbes, Frederick S. Winston, Lewis Curtiss, Jas. 
F. De Peyster, John P. Stagg, Bps. ex officio. 

Secretary and General Agent. — Rev. James Mil- 
nor, D. D- 

Treasurer. — Henry Carey. 

Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union* 
Rt. Rev. William White, d. d. President. 
Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 
Floyd Smith, Treasurer, New York. 
Rev. Francis H. Cumming, Sec. and Gen. Agent. 

Protestant Episcopal Press, New York. 
Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d. President. 
Henry Cotheal, Treasurer. 
Floyd Smith, Secretary and General Agent. 

CONNECTICUT PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SOCIETY FOB 
THE PROMOTION OF CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. President. 
Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d. Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES, 113 

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. President. 
Rev. N. S. Wheaton, d. d. Cor. Secretary. 
James M. Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 

• m EPISCOPAL CONVENTIONAL MEETINGS. 

General Convention meets tricnnially. Meets next 
in 1338. 

House of Bishops. — Bishop White, President; Bird 
Wilson, d. d. Secretary. 

House of Delegates. — W. E. Wyatt, d. d. President; 
H. Anthon, d. d. Secretary. 

Convention of Connecticut meets 2d Tuesday in 
October. 

William Jarvis, Secretary. 

Charles Sigourney, Treasurer of Bishop's Fund. 

Harry Croswell, n. n. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. Lem- 
uel B. Hull, Seth B. Paddock, Smith Pyne, Standing 
Committee. 



General Theological Seminary of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church, 

[Located at New York.] 
Bishop White, President. 

Other Bishops, ex officio Vice Presidents. 

Rev. Samuel H, Turner, d. d. Professor of Biblical 
Literature. 

Rev, Bird Wilson, r>. d. Professor of Systematic 
Theology. 

Clement C. Moore, ll. d. Professor of Greek and 
Hebrew. 

Rt. Rev. Benjamin F. Onderdonk, D. d. Professor of 
Pastoral Theology- 
Rev. Thomas Pyne, Librarian. 

Commencement.— Last Friday in June* 
8 



114 ! SOCIETIES, 

PRISON DISCIPLINE SOCIETY. 
Samuel T. Armstrong, Acting President. 

Corresponding Members. — Thomas Bradford, jr. 
Phila.; Joel Scott, Frankfort, Ky.; Samuel Hoare, of 
London; Dr. Julius, of Hamburgh; G. De Beaumont, 
A. De Tocqueville, of Paris; Samuel L. Davis, Au- 
gusta, Ga« 

Managers. — R. S. Storrs, Rufus Anderson, James 
Means, Daniel SafFord, Jared Curtis, David Greene, 
Samuel A. Eliot, Henry Hill, Daniel Noyes, Edmund 
Munroe, George Cowles, George W. Blagden. 

Treasurer. — Charles Cleveland. 

Secretary. — Louis Dwight. 

[There are also 50 Vice Presidents of the Society.] 



GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT. 
M.W.William H. Ellis, G. M.- R. W. Dyer T. 
Brain ard, D. G. M.; Aner Bradley, S. G. W.; Henry 
Peck, J. G. W.; Laban Smith, G. T.; David Kimberly, 
G. S.; William H. Holly, S. G. D.; Horace Goodwin, 
2d, J. G. D.; Rev. Ashbel Baldwin, G. C; Philip 
Saunders, Asa Budington, G. Stewards; Isaac Tuttle, 
G. Tyler. 



COMMENCEMENTS OF COLLEGES. 

Waterville, (Maine) - - Aug. 5 

University of Virginia, - ... 5 

Washington College, (Hartford,) - - 19 

Yale College, (New Haven,) - - - 19 

Williams College, 19 

Middlebury College, 19 

Dartmouth College, - - - ' - - 19 
Wesleyan University, (Middletown,) - -26 
Harvard University, (Cambridge,) - -26 
Amherst College, - - - - - 26 

Brown University, (Providence,) - Sept. 2 

Bowdoin College, (Maine,) - - . 2 



MILITIA.. 115 

MILITIA. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

HENRY W, EDWARDS, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Col. Stanford IB. Grant, > Aids . de _ c 
Col. James C Loomis, $ r 

HI8 HONOR 

EBENEZER STODDARD, 
Lieutenant General. 

' > Aids-de-Camp. 



Major William Hayden, Adjutant General. 
Gen. Nathan Johnson, Quartermaster General* 

g e " r ^C. Porter, ,> Agsi 
Nathan Colton. j 

Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS. 

OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNOR'S LIGHT GUARDS, HART- 
FORD. 

Roswell B. Ward, Captain. 
Charles M. Emerson,^Lieutenant. 
Isaac M. Hall, Ensign. 

OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNOR'S FOOT GUARDS, NEW 
HAVEN. 

Lucius. K. Dow, Major Commandant. 
Matthew H. Read, Capt. and 1st Lieut. 
Noble Catlin, 2d Lieutenant. 
Everard Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 
Edwin J. Peck, 4th Lieutenant, 
Elisha M. Gorham, Ensign. 



116 MILITIA. 

INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 
Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 
Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th, and 25th Regi- 
ments of Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments of 
CavaJry. 

Samuel L. Pitkin, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Lucien B. Hanks, Aid-de-Camp. 
Ralph Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry L. Clark, Brigade Gluartermaster. 

FIRST REGIMENT- 

Thomas Roberts, Colonel. 
Leonard R. Welles, Lieut. Col.; Daniel M. Seymour, 
Major; Tudor Adams, Adjutant; Elisha Moore, Quar- 
termaster; Benning E. Mann, Paymaster; Matthew 
H. Smith, Chaplain ; John J. Abernethy, Surgeon ; 
Roderick A. White, Surgeon's Mate; George W, 
Way, Sergeant Major ; William Drake, Gluartermas- 
ter Sergeant ; James Cad well, Fife Major; Nathan 
Filley, Drum Major. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

L. Wadsworth Jos. H. Williams John Francis 

Erastus Francis Selden Deming Wm. Talcott 

Roswell B. Ward C. M. Emerson Isaac M. Hall 

Battalion Companies. 
John D. Watts Mat. G. Francis Leverett Talcott 
Morris Earle Wm. Noble, jr. Samuel Mather 

Timothy Francis Moses Morris George Smith, jr. 
Geo. C. Morgan S. W. Ellsworth Henry Drake 
B. Graham, jr. J, B. Gillett Martin Burr, jr. 

H. H. Holcomb David Marshall Horace Clark 
Frs. F. Olmsted Amos Braman Edward Selden 

Rifle Company. 
Henry C. Hale William P. Earle Elisha Babcock 



MILITIA. 



117 



SIXTH REGIMENT. 

William Bulkley, Colonel. 
Everlin Beckly, Lieut. Col.; Wolcott P. Stone, Ma- 
jor; Jacob P. Brandegee, Adjutant; Walter W.Bacon, 
Gluartermaster; James P. Carpenter, Paymaster; Jas. 
3Vf. McDonald, Chaplain; David S.Harrison, Surgeon; 
Henry W. Flagg, Surgeon's Mate; Oliver Ellsworth, 
Sergeant Major; Frederick Brewer, Gluartermaster 
Sergeant ; William North, Fife Major ; George W. 
Bacon, Drum Major. 

Light Infantry. * 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Charles C. Payne Geo. H. Penfield Enoch Sage 

Battalion Companies. 
Frederick Sage Martin McNary Joseph Arnold 
Eli Goodrich Calvin Carey 

Anson Fowler David C. Brooks 
R. B. Morgan 
Edwin Hubbard 
P. W. Birdsey 
David Taylor 
B. Cornwell 
Rifle Companies. 

George E. Pelton Chs. H. Russell 
H. S. Concklin Rufus Sears 
Sylv. Wilcox James D. North 
Edwin White Alpheus Tibbals 



Erastus Deming 
Elisha L. Sage 
Elisha Cotton 
Wm. Loveland 
Harvey Miller 
John S. Selden 
Samuel Buel 



Sherman Morgan 
Alfred North 
Russell Coe 
Wm. Bingham 
Daniel Thompson 



Wm. I. Gilbert 
Eben. B. White 
John L. Bacon 
Curtis E. Camp 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Edward Tillotson, Colonel. 
James F. G. Andrews, Lieut. Col.; William Bull, 
Major; Ira Stanley, jr. Adjutant; Chauncey D.Cowles, 
Gluartermaster; Artemas E. Hart, Paymaster; George 
Coggsweli, Chaplain; John R. Lee, Surgeon; Charles 
Brown, Surgeon's Mate; Everlin Woodford, Sergeant 
Major; James Holbrook, Gluartermaster Sergeant; 
Romulus AndruSj Fife Major; Joseph Tinkham, Drum 
Major. 



,- : 



IIS * aiLrmr. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Henry L.Bidwell Timothy Porter James H. Bishop 
Collingwood HartSeth Pratt Lucas SutlifT 

Battalion Companies. 
Lemuel Lewis Alonzo Morse Luther F. Parsons 
Jairus Winchell Robert W. Peck Augustus Peck 
Dennis Sweet George Deming Cyrus Judd 
Eli Barnes Henry M. "Welch Sidney P. Burwell 

Sol. D. Gridley J. M. Matthews Cyrus O. Newell 
Elizur Porter Henry Woodford Edw'd Woodford 
Joel Bunnell Merrit Warner Philo Curtis 

Edward Snow Ariel S. Chapin Myron Spaulding 

Rifle Company. 
Calvin Sessions Isaac Benham Wm.J, Phelps 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT, 

Ansel Humphreys, Colonel. 

George C. Owen, Lieut. Col.; Austin N. Hum- 
phreys, Major; Dwight Humphreys, Adjutant; War- 
ren C. Humphreys, Quartermaster; Samuel Holcomb, 
Paymaster; Wm. F. Travis, Chaplain; Guy R. Phelps, 
Surgeon; George W. Sanford, Surgeon's Mate; John 
Brown, Sergeant Major; Ebenezer B. Phelps, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant; Cowles Tuller, Fife Major; De 
Forest Roed, Drum Major. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Robt. B. Denison Isaac Owen Benj. Remington 

A. L. Holcomb E. G. Holcomb S. W. Holcomb 

Battalion Companies. 
D. Humphrey Martin R. Tufler B. Humphrey 
Henry A. Sikes Aaron Phelps John Ives 
Niles Whiting Miles Moses A. N. McLean 

Eben. Talbott, jr. Wm. P. Bates Charles P. Clark 
Noah L. Bristol I. P. Humphrey Jarvis Case 
Paul Harmon, jr. Edwin P. Stevens Gustavus Austin 
Laring Laomis N* Holcomb, jr. Luton Reed 



MILITIA. 119 

Daniel C. Hayes George Spring Atmon Owen 
Osmon Case Jeremiah Wilcox Ezek. Hosford,jr. 

George D. Lane Hiram N. Janes John D. Searles 

Rifle Company. 
E. C. Holcomb Isaac P. Owen James C. Hoskins 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT. 



Joseph S. Bartlett, Colonel, 
Ralph Watson, Lieut. Col.; Arnold Keeney, Major; 
Henry W. Allen, Adjutant; David G.Spencer, Quar- 
termaster ; Henry Bartlett, Paymaster; Samuel H. 
Riddell, Chaplain; William O. Loomis, Surgeon; 
William Scott, Surgeon's Mate; James Bancraft, jr. 
Sergeant Major; James Hills, jr. Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; Israel E. Allen, Fife Major; Vincent Strick- 
land, Drum Major, 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Ed. H. Watson Geo. Thompson Marvin Chapman 

Battalion Companies. 
Horace Grant Eben. S. Clapp A. R. Skinner 
Thaddeus WellesGuy Sampson Osmon Hale 
Sam'l Brewer, jr. Ashbel Brewer James Olmsted 
A. E. Harrington Eli Miller Wm. F. Wallace 

Wm. B. Allen Hiram Smith John B. Sexton 
Asa Peters Daniel Parsons Nathan Parsons 

Daniel H. StevensElijah Miller, jr. Ezra F. Jones 
Frs. McLean, jr. John Chapman, jivGeorge Lee 

Rifle Companies, 
Ths. L. Bancraft Harvey Elmore Lewis Bunce 
Horace Taylor Harlow K. Grant Salmon Allen 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

James T. Pratt, Colonel. 

James F. Skinner, Major; Edward B. Watkinson, 

Adjutant; Justin Bradley, Quartermaster; Charles J. 

Gilbert, Paymaster; Job Allyn, Chaplain; Alden 

Skinner, Surgeon; Horace C. Gillett, Surgeon's Mate; 



120 MILITIA. 

Wm. F. Webster, Sergeant Major; Edward B. Good- 
win, Quartermaster Sergeant; William H.Holt, Trum- 
pet Major. 

1st Troop. Charles E. Cornish, Captain ; Trum- 
bull Humphrey, 1st Lieut; Job Case, 2d Lieut.; Je- 
remiah A. Tuller, Cornet. 

2d. Troop. Warren Smith, Captain ; Roderick 
Clark, 1st Lieut.; Rufus Russell, 2d Lieut.; Samuel 
W. Thompson, Cornet. 

3d Troop. John Work, jr. Captain; Frederick A. 
Strong, 1st Lieut.; Shubael Dimock, 2d Lieut,; Lucius 
C. Carpenter, Cornet. 

4th Troop. Anderson Parsons, Captain ; Orriri 
Ward, 1st Lieut.; Rufus S. Abbee, 2d Lieut.; Sylvan- 
der Harwood, Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Frederick Dunham, Colonel. 

Henry Wilson, Major; Roger Wells Kellogg, Ad- 
jutant; Nelson Hart, Quartermaster; Elisha Edwards, 
Paymaster; William A. Stickney, Chaplain; Sylves- 
ter Bulkley, Surgeon; James H. Porter, Surgeon's 
Mate; Joel M. Clark, Sergeant Major; Samuel North, 
Quartermaster Sergeant; Alfred Porter, Trumpet Ma- 
jor. 

1st Troop. Anthony Roberts, Captain; Sylvester 
Hubbard, 1st Lieut; Ichabod Miller, 2d Lieut.; James 
H. Smith, Cornet. 

2a Troop. Carolus R. Byington, Captain; Lauren 
Repson, 1st Lieut.; Heubertis B. Stocking, 2d Lieut; 
Philip A. Cowles, Cornet. 

3d Troop. William G. Rowe, Captain ; Luther 
Woodford, 1st Lieut; Augustus Cowles, 2d Lieut.; 
Drayton Clark, Cornet. 

4th Troop. Thomas S. Robbins, Captain; Salmon 
Merriman, 1st Lieut.; Alfred Blinn, 2d Lieut; Walter 
Harris, Cornet 



MILITIA. 121 

SECOND BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments In- 
fantry. 
Edwin R. Yale, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Thomas E. Clark, Aid-de-Camp. 
Edward W« Budington, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
John E. Uhlhorn, Brigade Quartermaster. 



SECOND REGIMENT. 

Gardner Morse, Colonel. 
Elijah Thompson, Lieut. Col. ; Minot A. Osborne, 
Major; Charles P. Brown, Adjutant ; L. Beach Piatt, 
Quartermaster; Benj, W. Stone, Paymaster; Rollin 
H. Neale, Chaplain ; Josiah F. Hunt, Surgeon ; Wil- 
liam T. Peters, burgeon's Mate ; Henry Rogers, Ser- 
geant Major; Henry Hooker, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant ; Henry Warner, Fife Major. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Charles Tibbals Phineas S. FrazerRalph H. Augen 
B. M. Prescott Noble Towner Edw. E. Huggins 
Chas. Tomlinson Charles C. Beers William Smith 

Battalion Companies. 
Michael Cogan Eben. J. HugginsJohn Walker 
Albert Merwin Jason Bristol John Burns 
Paul C. Carey James E. English Theodore D. Read 
Justus Kimberly Chas. Woodward Elijah Bradley 
M. M. Brown Joseph Conner Thomas Sanford 
George Bristol Frederick Hull Wm. D. Lums 
Abner S. Baldwin Wm. F. Bradley Steph.*T. Perkins 

Rifle Company. 
Newton Piatt A. A. Northrop W. H. Talmadge 

SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Julius Dudley, Colonel. 
Nehemiah B. Pratt, Lieut. Col. ; John E. Watrous, 
Major; Horaee Redfield, Adjutant; Albert B, Hull, 



122 MILITIA. 

Quartermaster ; Alfred Stevens, Paymaster ; Ephraim 
Swift, Chaplain ; J. Hutchinson, Surgeon ; F. Shep- 
herd, Surgeon's Mate ; A. S. Barnard, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Philip S. Webb, Quartermaster Sergeant; Dan- 
iel Stevens, jr. Drum Major; Henry Hull, Fife Major. 

Light Infantry... 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Washington BuellWm. S. Morgan Russell Stan ward 
Harvey Child James Cone Orrin Freeman 

Battalion Companies. 
C- Dickinson Jared E. Shailer Samuel Ventris 
H. W. Stevens L. R. Blatchly Joel P. Griswold 
E. S. Southworth Nath. J. Pratt Vacant 
Wm. Bushnell Jas. B. Wilcox Wm, H. Spencer 
William Lane Vacant Alex. H. Gilbert 

Jo. B. Hubbard Atwood Spencer Jo. B. Hubbard 

Rifle Company. 
John Dennison Samuel Stevens Edward H. Pratt 



TENTH REGIMENT. 

Jared Willard, Colonel. 
John Linsley 2d, Lieut. Col. ; Benjamin Kelsey, 
Adjutant; Titus Kelsey, Quartermaster; Philemon 
Scranton, Paymaster; Samuel N.Shepard, Chaplain ; 
George W. Scranton, Surgeon ; Roger Griswold, Ser- 
geant Major ; _ John R. Frisbie, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; Ralph Hill, Drum Major; Samuel Cook, Fife 
Major. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Miner Harrison Vacant Vacant 

Battalion Companies. 
Vacant Vacant A. W. Leet 

Lemuel Doolittle Vacant Vacant 

Benjamin Rogers Philo Waldin James Averili 
H, M. Blakeslee William Hartley Orrin Warner 
D. R. Meigs Baldwin Hart Samuel Meigs 

Jerome Harrison Dana Page Vacant 

Vacant Grove Hubbard Edward M. Field 

Wm. M. Fowler Wm. H. Maltby Alfred Todd 



MILITIA. 123 

TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

Russel Ailing, Colonel. 
David B. Hard, Lieut. Col.; Griswold J. Gilbert, 
Major; Edward Clark, Adjutant; Jared Pritehard, 
(Quartermaster; George Beecher, Paymaster ; Horace 
Tuttle, Sergeant Major ; Alfred Dickerman, Quarter- 
master Sergeant , Stephen Hubbell, Chaplain ; Daniel 
Porter, Surgeon ; Henry Byington, Surgeon's Mate. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns; 

Vacant Merit Tompkms Abijah S. Judd 

Simeon Brooks A. M. Hitchcock Albert Judd 
David A. SpragueJulius J. Bronson Vacant 
Vacant Joseph Moss Charles Shelton 

Leonard Beecher Ezra S. Hough Benj. A. Linsley 
BennetR-BeecherHenry L. Zenell Wm. Bateman 
Stephen Payne George Payne Harry Hotchkisa 
Vacant Vacant Lewis Perkins 



SECOND DIVISION.. 
Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments 

Infantry. 

James Roath, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Israel M. Buckingham, Aid-de-Camp. 

George Kingsley, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

George S. Day, Brigade Quartermaster- 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

George C. Wilson, Colonel. 
F. B. Loomis, Lieut. Col. ; Francis Jones, Major ; 
Edward Prentis, Adjutant; Franklin Qhappell, Quar- 
termaster; Noyes C.Barber, Paymaster; John Noyes, 
Surgeon; Samuel R.Turner, Surgeon's Mate; Thom- 
as Fitch 2d, Sergeant Major; Edward H.. Learned,. 



124 MILITIA.. 

Quartermaster Sergeant ; Giles Chapman, Drum Ma- 
jor j Cramel Whittlesey, Fife Major. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Nathan Beckvvith Royal Chany Wm. P. Colfax 

Battalion Companies. 
Vacant Jo. C. Douglass James H. Turner 

J.H.Huntley S. C. Beebe Vacant 

P. L. Chapman P. L. Turner A. A. Baker 

Vacant F. W. Bolles G. T. Adams 

James Beckwith William Davis Nathan Brown 
Vacant V. M. Johnson J. J. Lord 

Wm. Ransom J. N. Ransom John Whittlesey 
E. P. Baker H. B„ Ames H. L. Watrous 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

William Morgan, Colonel. 
William C. Stanton, Lieut. Col. ; John Guard, Ma- 
jor; Joseph A. Lamb, Adjutant ; William H. Ran- 
dall, Quartermaster ; Benjamin F. Brown, Paymaster, 
Joseph Ayre, jr. Chaplain ; Thomas P. Wattles, Sur- 
geon ; Wm. Hyde, jr. Surgeon's Mate ; Peleg Noyes, 
Sergeant Major ; Billings Wheeler, Quartermaster 
Sergeant ; Stephen H. Wheeler, Drum Major ; Cyrus 
Peckham, Fife Major. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Wm. P. Morgan Amos Clift James C. Lamb 

Zeb. F. Stanton Benj. W. Palmer Chas. H. Maine 

Rine Company. 
Edmund Spieer James P. Prown Elias W. Brown 

Battalion Companies. 
Hiram Shaw FD.CheseboroughOrin Doty 

Nelson Haley Benj. F. Parker Alden Fish 
Nathan York, jr. David M. Maine Azariah Maine 
Alex. C. Smith Vacant E. C. Thegwin 

John Chapman, jr.Benajah A. AveryJoseph A.. Lamb 
Joshua Noyes, jr. Henry Hinckley Th. S. Haneveh 
Nathan Brown Jarius B. Palmer Thos. B. Crary 
James A. Noyes Asa A. Avery C, R. Lamphere 



MILITIA. 125 

EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

John Wattles, Colonel. 
Russel Hinckley, Lieut. Col. ; Gurdon A. Jones r 
Major ; George Goit, Adjutant ; Wra. Prentice, Quar- 
termaster; Asa L. Latham, Paymaster; Edward Bu- 
ell, Chaplain ; Chauncey Burgess, Surgeon ; Thomas 
B. Boswell, Surgeon's Mate; Griswold Morgan, Ser- 
geant Major; Eleazar Huntington, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant ; Stephen Payne, Drum Major; William S. Coo- 
ley, Fife Major. 

Light Infantry. 
Captain3. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John &. Cox Josiah Brumley William J. Cox 
L. B. Babcock John L. Cook J. E. Babcock 

Rifle Companies. 
S. Huntington William BrewsterC. B. Bitgood 
James B. SetchellSamuel C. Starr T. F. Albertson 
Dwight R.StedsonEdwin Allen Vacant 

Battalion Companies. 
Eben. J. Cracker Andr. G. PrenticeVacant 
John WoodmancyH. M. Brown Henry A. Morgan 
L. L. Huntington Jas. C. Williams Sam. P. Dolbeare 
John B. Lamb Gilbert Lamb, jr. William Hazen 
Shepherd Brown P. P. Partlow Sumner B. Cole 
Jedediah Lovett D. R. Stedson S. S. Brumley 
Noye3 Scisson C. N. Whiting Joseph G. Ford 
Alfred Guile Vacant Vacant 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

Charles F. Day, Colonel. 
Orin Warner, Lieut. Col. ; Julius Gates, Major ; 
Asa Day, jr. Adjutant ; Gurley Phelps, duartermaster; 
John R. Porter, Paymaster ; Roger G. Isham, Chap- 
lain; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; Lucius W. Mcin- 
tosh, Surgeon's Mate ; Alfred Otis, Sergeant Major ; 
Isaac H. Day, duartermaster Sergeant ; Hiram Bar- 
ton, Drum Major; Henry E. Carver, Fife Major. 



126 MILITIA.. 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants, Ensigns. 

Josiah C. Gilbert John G. Page Vacant 
Cyrus Swan Wm. E. Cone Joseph Paddock 

Rifle Company. 
Vacant Ed. Edmondson E. A. Brock way 

Battalion Companies. 
Richard S, Pratt Christ. Holmes David B. Pike 
Vacant Joel D. Gillett Jirah J. Buckley 

Diodate Brainard David Brainard Chas. H, Brainard 
Nelson A. HardenWm. Carrier S. C. Durham 

Thos. Ackley, jr. A. S.BuckinghamDavid Snow 
Seymour Kellogg Cephas C. Brown Samuel Brown 2d 
Vacant Willard Sears, jr. Vacant 

Ansel Chappell Harvey Brown Samuel R.Loomer 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th and 23d Regiments, 
and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 
Waterman Clark, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Dyer Clark, Aid-de-Camp. 

Alfred Hammond, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Aaron M. Lyon, Brigade Quartermaster. 



FIFTH REGIMENT. 

Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Colonel. 
William L. Jillson, Lieut. Col. ; Jared F. Wilbur, 
Major; Andrew M. Litchfield, Adjutant ; Sylvester G. 
Holt, Quartermaster ; Charles Sabin, Paymaster ; D. 
G. Sprague, Chaplain; Christopher S. Avery, Surgeon: 
John A. Perkins, Surgeon's Mate ; Gallup, Ser- 
geant Major ; Sabin, Quartermaster Sergeant ; 

Charles N. Palmer, Drum Major ; William H.Hovey, 
Fife Major. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Asa Kimball John R. Tweedy Alex. M. Gordor. 



MILITIA. 127 

Rifle Companies. 
John M. Smith Gordon Rouse Isaac H. Cutler 
John H. Capin John S. Jillson Lloyd E. Baldwin 

Battalion Companies. 
William Bass Edwin Balcom James Essex 
Edwin Ames Alden H. Walker Daniel D. Keach 

Thomas Brarnan Wm. Foster, jr. Vacant 
Uriah B. Tracy R. W. Robinson John P. Allen 
Marshal Smith Walter Smith Alexander Lyon 
James A. Hovey Chas. D. Button Ira Young 
P. M. BurlingameGeorge T. Hill John Gallup 
Gideon E. Arnold Alfred Rhodes Horace Day 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Andrew A. Williams, Colonel. 

Moses C. Sessions, Lieut. Col. ; Luther Day, Ma- 
jor; Danforth Childs, Adjutant; Charles S. Matthew- 
son, Quartermaster ; Charles D. Smith, Paymaster; 
Foster Thayer, Chaplain ; Asa Witter, Surgeon ; Ele- 
azer Litchfield, Surgeon's Mate ; William Fuller, Ser- 
geant Major; Baldwin, Quartermaster Sergeant; 

Benjamin Buglee, Drum Major; Ezra Hammond, Fife 
Major. 

Light Infantry. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

WaTd Weils Luther W. Lyon Thomas I. Taft 

Battalion Companies. 
Corlis Lumbard Giles Williams George Williams 
Lewis CharnberlinCyrus Devenport Sam. Devenport 
S. B. Covill Jacob Ballod Erastus H.Maffett 

Jared Williams J. W. Danielson Jerome A. Field 
Hiram B. Childs D. W. Chandler Silas May 
Valentine Bollard George Davis H. N. Rhodes 
Penuel Corbin, jr. Stephen L.Potter Stephen Johnson 
Trenek Crawford Warren Marcey Danford Morse 
Hosea Edmunds Samuel Morse Russel Green 
Seth Chase George Adams Caleb Sherman 



128 

William Osgood 
Isaac Mills 
Hez. Danielson 



Rifle Companies. 

L. Thompson Alanson Peck 

E. Justin James Rhodes 

Norman Kelley M. A. Dexter 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT. 

Asa Fuller, Colonel. 

Gaius Wood, Lieut. Col. : John H. Holton, Major • 
Erastus W. Chapin, Adjutant: Elijah Chapman, Quar- 
termaster : Henry Gay, Paymaster : F. L. bobbins, 
Chaplain : Theodore Hamilton, Surgeon : Joseph C. 
Dow, Surgeon's Mate : Harvey James, Sergeant Ma- 
jor : John C. Willey, Quartermaster Sergeant : John 
Weston, Drum Major : Dan Warner, Fife Major. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William Strowd Nath. Johnson 2d, William Gilraan 
Orlin C. Darman Wm. L. Ransom Elijah W. Smith 

Battalion Companies. 
Chauncey Davis David L. Abbey Horace Abbey 
Syra Bennett Levi Drake 
Chas. B. Pomroy Lee L. Rogers 
Sam. Rockwell L. H. Whiting 
Philo Thompson Sam. Thompson 
Phineas G. Cady Daniel A. Peck 



Joseph A. Strait 

Vacant 

Sam. Colburn, jr. 

Oliver M. Hyde 

Alden Davis 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

John W. Squire, Colonel. 
Calvin Daggett, Lieut. Col. : Horace Gaylord, Ma. 
jor : Aaron Cook, jr. Adjutant: Orwell S. CafTee, 
Quartermaster : A. B. Pendleton, Paymaster ; Lent 
S Hough, Chaplain : D. S. Carver,Surgeon : John H. 
Simmons,' Surgeon's Mate : (without commissions,; 
E. M. Bicknell, Sergeant Major : I, H. Clark, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant : Theodore A. Lilly, Drum Major : 
Thomas Russ, Fife Major. 



MILITIA. 129 

Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Minor Harris Edmund Hanks Wm. C. Youngs 
Jarvis Chapman Oliver Bovver L. B. Richards 
Battalion Companies. 

Luther Marten Leonard Dunham Wm. Johnson 

Wm. Dorman Roderick H. Rose Cyrus H. Dow 

George Wright L. W. Dewey San ford Yeomans 

Z. B. Skinner Jacob Lyman A. Bishop 

Austin H. Niles James N. Fisk E. J. P.Rogers 

Otis Sweet Edward Gilbert Francis Porter 

Z. P. Arnold Joseph B. Latham Reuben Marcey 

John S. Dean Joseph Abbott A. R. Barrows 

Lucius C. Utley Chas. Martin Rufus B. Wilson 

C. P. Hollister Wm. A. Perkins B, Hutchinson 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Amos Fowler, Colonel. 



, Lieut. Col.; Wm. J. Williams, Major; 

Anson Fowler, Adjutant; George W. Standish, Pay- 
master; Paul W. Avery, Quartermaster; J. W. Works, 
Sergeant Major; John W. Hames, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant ; Philo Judson, Chaplain; Jasper C. Foster, 
Surgeon ; Edward P. C. Fowler, Surgeon's Mate ; 
f Bugle Major. 

1st Company. John Church, Captain. Phelps W. 
Whetmore, 1st Lieut. Philander Fuller, 2d Lieut — 
Justus Collar, Cornet. 

2d Company. Edward Spalding, Captain. Henry 
Palmer, 1st Lieut. James B. Cary, 2d Lieut. Wm. 
H. Putman, Cornet. 

3d Company. Erastus Hutchinson, Capt. Hefcefei- 
ah Loomis, 1st Lieut. Chas. A. Scovill, 2d Lieut.— 
Cyrus Williams, jr. Cornet. 

4th Company. Erasmus Ransom, Capt. Horace 
Sabin, 1st Lieut. Elisha Lyon, 2d Lieut. Schuyler 
Lyon, Cornet. 

9 



ISO MILITIA. 

THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 4th and 6th Brigades^ 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments In- 
fantry, and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 
Sands Adams, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Joshua B. Ferris, Aid-de-Camp. 

Eliakim S. Hamilton, Brigade Major. 

Benjamin M. Piatt, Brigade Gtuartermaster. 



FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Charles W. Thorp, Colonel. 

Orlando B. Hall, Lieut. Col.; Judson Curtis, Ma- 
jor ; Albert Whitmore, Adjutant; Francis D.Perry, 
Quartermaster ; Seth Seely, Paymaster : N. E. Corn- 
well, Chaplain : Wm. Nash. Surgeon: David Shelton, 
Surgeon's Mate : William Wilson, Sergeant Major : 
JohnBurr, Quartermaster Sergeant : Jedediah Adams, 
Drum Major: John Walland, Fife Major. 
Light Infantry. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Vacant Thos. Ransom Edward Hyde 

Frederick Burr Wm. C. Gibbs Sam'l Tweedy 

Rifle Company. 
Nathan W. Seely M. H. Palmbee Eli J. Peck 

Battalion Companies. 
E. L. Penfield Alva D. Wood Peter B. Sturges 
Mun son Curtis J. Judson Henry L. Curtis 

Vacant Gershom Perry Clark Nash 

Elind B. Combs Bennet Whitney W, G. Stevenson 
Joel Gould Aaron Jennings Wm. Baldwin 

George Davis David B. Booth S. P. Curtis3 
David W. SheltonOrvil Booth Shelton Hubbell 

David Beach Philo Beacher John R. Johnson 

Vacant Prosper Hurd Geo. W. Mallett 



MIJLITIA. 131 

NINTH REGIMENT. 

William Watson, Colonel. 

Stephen Ramond, Lieutenant Colonel, 

Major, vacant — and no further returns from 9th Reg't. 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Amri Rogers, Colonel. 

Rufus Blackman, Lieut. Col. : Adolphus Hallock, 
Major; A. H. Peek, Adjutant: Geo. Hamilton, Quar- 
termaster: Ralph B. Peck, Paymaster: Anson Rood, 
Chaplain: Roswel B. Bots.ford, Surgeon: Daniel North- 
rup, Surgeon'3 Mate: Philander Stephens, Serg't Ma- 
jor: B. Jones, Quartermaster Sergeant: Preston Crofut, 
Drum Major : Cyrus W. French, Fife Major. 
Battalion Companies, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jas. W. Nichols T. B. Sherman Ed. C. Foster 
Vacant Almon Baldwin Curtis Loverage 

Vacant O. B. Stilson Abel Botsford 

Enoch Knapp Alonzo Bigelovv Levy Penfiekl 
H. Lake George Hawley B. Foot 

No further returns from 15th Regiment, 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT* 

George Middlebrook, Colonel. 
Eli Mallory, Lieut. Col. ; George B. Sears, Major ; 
Wm. Belden, Adjutant; Charles Devenport, Quarter- 
master; George H. Randle, Paymaster; Grandison 
Seilock, Chaplain; Sylvester Mead, Surgeon; Joseph 
J. Jancey, Surgeon's Mate ; Wm. M. Mead, Sergeant 
Major; Alonzo Byington, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Sherman Mead, Drum Major ; Rufus Northrop, Fife 
Major. 

Flank Companies, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

L. Olmstead Duncan Henry Dan'l M. Sutton 

Wm. Squire Joel Thorp Walter Bradley 



232 MILITIA. 

Battalion Companies. 

William Smith Harry Beers James Mead 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 

Barney Bartram Vacant Vacant 

Vacant Wm. H. Taylor Vacant 

Horace H. DownsAndrew Perry Matt. Buckley 

Vacant Vacant Gould B. Sears 

Eli Wakeman Horace Fanton G. W. Bradley 

Alanson Lyon Miles Len E. F. Godfrey 



FIFTH REGIMENT OF CAVALRY. 

Henry Merwin. Colonel. 

- — - — — , Lieut. Col, ; Abijah E. Tweedy, Major ; 
Nathan Seely,jr. Adjutant; Hor- T. Wildman, Quar- 
termaster ; Charles Gaylord, Paymaster ; Lemuel B. 

Hall, Chaplain; Ezra P. Bennett, Surgeon; , 

Surgeon's Mate: Augustus C. Shepard, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Sanford, duartermaster Sergeant. 

1st Company. Jerome B. Strong, Captain. Eras- 
tus H, Bootley, 1st Lieut. Lines R. Clark, 2d Lieut. 
Joseph Stilson, Cornet. 

2a Company. William Wildman, Capt, Joseph 
C. Barnum, 1st Lieut. Orson Dibble, 2d Lieut. Cor- 
net, vacant. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Composed of the 12th, 13th, 16th and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Moses Cook, jr, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles B. Smith, Aid-de-Camp. 
John Cotton Smith, jr. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Moses Lyman, Brigade Quartermaster. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

No returns. 



MILITIA. 



133 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

, Colonel. 

Nathaniel Benedict, Lieut. Col. ; Eleazer Jenkins, 
Major; Edwin White, Adjutant; Riley M. Rexford, 
Quartermaster; John R. Harris, Paymaster; Burritt 
B. North, Surgeon ; A. Beers, Sergeant Major ; A. 
B.Hart, Quartermaster Sergeant; Samuel R. Bald- 
win, Drum Major. 

Infantry Companies. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Chauncey Hunt Vacant Vacant 

Stephen G. Gold Jacob Scovill Vacant 
John J. Jewett H. Weed A. C. Woodward 

Battalion Companies. 
R.Rockwell E.Andrews H.Rockwell 

Vacant Joel S. Young 

J. Lake John P. Goodwin 

Merritt Pendleton Vacant 
Vacant L. Judd 

William Jones G. M. Hichcock 
Lyman Hollister Vacant 



John C. Berry 

Nathan B. Lake 

Vacant 

Asa Ingraham 

T. B. Bosworth 

Joel S. Chaffee 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT.-^No RetumS. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

Edward A. Phelps, Colonel. 
Willis Griswold, Lieut. Col. ; Wm. Higley, Major ; 
Hiram Goodwin, Adjutant; Roger H. Mills, Quarter- 
master; George Gaylord, Paymaster; Joseph Eldredge* 
-Chaplain; Calvin Cook, Surgeon; Burrall Sage, Ser- 
geant Major; J. E. Roberts, Quartermaster Sergeant 
Elias Case, Drum Major. 

Infantry Companies. 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

S. Clemons E.A. Doolittle 

Ralph Merrill Freeman Graham 
J. B. Curtis Wm. Wa.tso# 



Captains. 
L. Griswold 
John P. Marsh 
Josiah Goodsell 



134 MILITfA. 

E. M. Strong David Hale Harlow AtwoocP 

Edmund Mason Orren Case R. S. Vosburgh 

H. B. Knapp J. J. Johnson E. Hoyt 

Vacant Vacant Vacant 

J. Screen, jr. Levi Stillman Vacant 

Wra. Lum Justus R. Loomis "VVm. Lowe 

Hor. N. Goodwin Warren Clark John Kellogg 

Henry Hinsdale John Camp Elijah B. White 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Lloyd Humphrey, Colonel. 

Royal J. Watson, Major ; Herman Cook, Adjutant; 
Edmund Watson, Paymaster ; Samuel G. Matthews, 
Sergeant Major ; Thos. S. Seymour, Quartermaster 
Sergeant ; John H. Pane, Trumpet Major. 

1st Company. No returns. 

2d Comp. Addison Palmer, Capt. Herman Cooke, 
1st Lieut. Hiram Barber, 2d Lieut. Harmon Wil- 
son, Cornet. 

3d Comp. Jesse Williams, Capt. Lyman North, 
1st Lieut. 2d Lieut, vacant. Hiram Page, Cornet. 

4th Comp, Wm. N. Buell, Capt. Isaac Morse, 1st 
Lieut. B. Bates, 2d Lieut. Daniel Bradley, Cornet. 



FIRST BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Comprising the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th Regiments of Light 
Artillery, and the 1st, 2d and 3d Regiments of Horse 
Artillery. 

Oliver Warner, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Wm. W. Higgins, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
George H. Collins, Brigade Quartermaster. 
Aid-de-Camp, vacant. 



FIRST REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY* 

N$ returns. 



MILITIA. 1&3 

SECOND REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

No returns. 

THIRD REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

No returns. 

FOURTH REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

George Robbins, Colonel. 

St. John, Lieut. Col. ; Nathan B, Dibble, 

Major; Frederick W. Parrott, Adjutant; David Meek- 
er, Gtuartermaster; Barnum, Paymaster; Chap- 
lain, vacant; Samuel Simons, Surgeon; Martin She- 
pard, Surgeon's Mate; Charles Lathrop, Gtuartermas- 
ter Sergeant; Henry Edwards, Sergeant Major; Fre- 
derick Lathrop, Drum Major; Thos. P. Guire, Fife 
Major. 

Company Officers, 
Captains. 1st Lieutenants. 2d Lieutenants, 

1 Vacant W. Montgomery Vacant 

2 H. W. Stellman D. Chatfield Henry D. Smith 

3 Levi Clark John Dinger Thos. Gaines 

4 No returns. 

5 D.S.BrindsmadeDan'l Fairchild L. B. Burroughs 

6 Wm. L. BennettPhilo C. Wheeler Norton Nichols 

7 Edmund Mills Chs. Edwards Lewis L. Stewart 

FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY, 

No returns. 

SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY, 

William Palmer, Colonel. 

Aaron T. Niles, Lieut, Col.; Jehiel Johnson, Major; 
Henry Rogers, Adjutant; Alfred Narvey, Paymaster; 
Bela T. Hastings, Gtuartermaster Sergeant; Silas H. 
Kingsley, Sergeant Major; vacant, the remaining staflk 



ItfO MILITIA. 

Company Officers. 

1st Company. Washington S. Ackley, Captain ; 
Hubbard D. Morgan, Oliver C. Clark and Thomas S, 
Sellew, Lieutenants. 

2d Company. Jeremiah K. Dow, Captain ; Free* 
man C. Chapman, Alfred S. Bennet, David H. Water- 
man and James D. Rogers, Lieutenants; James M. 
Bennet, Cornet. 

3d Company. John A. Morgan, Captain ; William 
Crumb, Leonard C. Williams, Simeon P. Avery and 
Nelson Swan, Lieutenants; Egbert H. Avery, Cornet. 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Horace Banks, Colonel, 

Peter Smith, Lieut. Col.; Darius Davenport, Major ; 
James B. Crawford, Adjutant; Urban Lacey, Quarter- 
master; N. D. Height, Surgeon ; Edwin A. Lewis, 
(Quartermaster Sergeant; remaining staff, vacant. 

Company Officers. 

1st Company. Elisha E.Beardslee, Captain; Zenas 
Johnson, Ebenezer Wakefield, Laurison Sherman and 
Albert Edwards, Lieutenants ; Samuel D. Shelton, 
Cornet. 

2d Company. Captain, vacant ; Russel Mead, Ed- 
ward Deforest and Samuel S. Olmstead, Lieutenants ; 
Cornet, vacant. 

3d Company. Captain, vacant; Samuel M. Banks, 
Samuel J. Lockwood, Hezekiah M. Cooley and An- 
drews B. Godfrey, Lieutenants; Seth W. Meeker, 
Cornet. 

4th Company. Captain, vacant : Oscar C. Holley, 
John Holmes and Alvah Mead, Lieutenants ; Jabez 
Mead, 3d, Cornet. 



CLERGYMEN. _ 13? 



CLERGYMEN. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Hawes, d. d. C. C. Yanarsdalen, 
Horace BHshnell, Nathan Perkins, d. d. C; Rt. Rev. 
Thomas C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. Nathaniel S. Whea- 
ton, d. d. Sila3 Totten, George Burgess, George C. 
Shepard, E. ; Gustavus F. Davis, Henry Stanwood, 
Augustus Bolles, Gurdon Robbins, B.; Stephen Rem- 
ington, M.; Matthew H. Smith, U.; Charles Fitch, 
Free Church; James Fitten, Roman Catholic ; David 
J. Kimball, African. 

Avon. Francis H. Case, C. 

Berlin, A. D. Watrous, B. 

Bristol. David L. Parmelee, C; Geo. C. V. East- 
man, E.i Orasmus Allen, B. ; A. G. Wickware, M. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, C; David Miller, 
J. A. Sillick, M. 

Canton. Jairus Burt, C; George Pheppins, B. 

East Hartford. Samuel Spring, C. 

East Windsor. Chauncey G. Lee, Shubael Bart- 
lett, C; Ransom Warner, E.; S. Drake, W. Ward, M. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbins, C; J. F. Bridges, B.; 
Joshua Bennett, S. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, d. d. C. 

Glastenbury. Samuel H. Riddel, Jacob Allen, Cj 
Thomas J. Davis, E.; J. Shepard, M. 

Granby. Charles Bentley, Daniel Hemenway, C; 
James Shrigley, U. 

Hartland. Ammi Linsley, Nathan Gaylord, C. ; 
Asa Bushnell, M. 

Manchester. Bennet F. Northrop, Enoch Burt, C,; 
Salmon Hull, M.; David Bennet, B. 

Marlborough* Chauncey Lee, d. d. C. 

Simsbury. Allen M'Lean, C; plurality E. and M, 

Southington. David L. Ogden, C; Irenus Atkins, B. 

Nuffield. Henry A. Rpbinson, Erastus Clapp, C; 



138 CLERGYMEN. 

Suffield. Honrv A. Robinson, Erastus Clapp, C. J 
Nathan Wildman, E. L. Russell, James L. Hodge, B,; 
C. Brainard, M. 

Stafford. M. B. Church, E. Palmer, C; Leonard 
Griffing, M.; E. Cole, B.; J. W. Willis, U. 

Wethersfleld. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. Charles J. 
Warren, Calvin Chapin, d. d. Joab Brace, C; William 
Bentley, B.; A. Stone, E. E. Griswold, M. 

Windsor. Nathaniel Kellogg, M. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven. Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d. Nathaniel 
W. Taylor, d. d. Leonard Bacon, Eleazar T. Fitch, 
D.D.Leicester Sawyer, John Mitchel, Elisha L.Cleave- 
land, C; Harry Croswell, d, d. William L. Reese, L. 
T.Bennett, Stephen Jewett, E.j Rollin H. Neal, B.; 

Horace Bangs, M.; — , African; James T. Mc 

Dermot, Roman Catholic. 

Bethany. John B. Kendall, C; John D. Smith, E, 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillett.C; David Baldwin, E. 

Cheshire. Joseph Whiting, C; Reuben Ives, Peter 
G. Clark, Ebenezer E. Beardsley, E.; A. Bushnell, M. 

Derby. Zephaniah Swift, John E. Bray, C; Joseph 
Scott, E.; Humphrey Humphreys, J. Crawford, O. 
Sykes, Sylvester Smith, M. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd, C; Edward J. Ives, E. 

Guilford. Aaron Dutton, Zolva Wkitmore, C; Da- 
vid Baldwin, William N. Hawks, E.; Alva B. Gold- 
smith, B. 

Hamden. Stephen Hubbel, C; John H. Rouse, E.; 
David Bradley, B.; Bainbndge, M. 

Madison. Samuel N. Shepard, Stephen Hayes, C; 
Samuel West, B.; A. F. Beach, M. 

Meriden. Edward Ingersoll, E. ; Geo. B. Atwell, 
Chandler Curtiss, B. 

Middlebury. Jason Atwater, C»; Dan. Woo3ter, M. 

Milford. Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C; Ri- 
verius Camp, E.j Cushman, B. 



CLERGYMEN. 139 

North Branford. Matthew Noyes, H. Camp, C; 
Charles W. Bradley, E. 

North Haven. Charles W. Bradley, E. 

Oxford. Abraham A. Brown, C; Chas. Smith, E. 

Southbury. Thos. L. Shipman, A. S. Messenger, C 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, C; Wm. A. Cur- 
tiss, E.; Simon Shailer, B.; Ransom Johnson, M. 

Waterbury. Seth Sackett, C; 

Oliver Hopson, E.; Russel Jennings, Timothy Porter,, 
B. ; W. S. Smith, M. 

Wolcott. William F. Vaill, Peter G. Clark, E. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. • 

New London. Abel MeEwen r Joseph HurLbut, C; 
Robert A. Hallam, E.; Alvin AckLey, B.; Has- 
kell, M.; Asher Moore, U. 

Norwich. Cornelius B. Everest, Alvin Bond, J, W. 
Newton, C; S. B. Paddock, E*; Samuel S. Mallery, 
B.; David N. Bentiy, Norris Day, D. Dorchester, M. 

Bozrah. Benjamin G. GofF, B. 

Colchester. Joseph Hough, B. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, d. d. C; Comfort D. Fil- 
limore, Erastus Benton, M. 

Griswold, SpafFord D. Jewett, George Perkins, C; 
Shailer, B.; Avery, M. 

Groton. Timothy Tuttle, C; John G. Whitman, 
Rosweli Burrows, Erastus Denison, J. R. Steward, B. 

Lebanon. Edward Bull, Isaac T. Otis, C.j John 
H. Baker, B. 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, E. Cleaveland, C-; Chester 
Tilden, Amos Read, B. 

Lyme, Chester Colton, Herman L. Vaill, Harvey 
Bushnell, Mark Mead, C; Frederick Wightman, An- 
drew M. Smith, B.; Elijah Willard, M. 

Montvilfe. Erastus Ripley, Anson Gleason, C; 
Jonathan Miner, B. 

North Stonington. Joseph Ayer, jr. C; Foronda 
Be3tor, Asher Mirier, Albert G* Palmer, B. * 



140 CLERGYMEN. 

Preston. Augustus B. Collins, C; Nathan B. Bur- 
gess, S.j N. E. Shailer, Levi Meech, B.; David Avery, 
M. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, C; H. Waldron, E. B. 
Tracy, M. 

Stonington. Peter W. Shaw, John C. Nichols, C; 
Jerome S. Anderson, E. Cheesbrough, L. Wheeler, B. 

Waterford. Francis Darrow, Edward R. Warren, 
G. S. Chappell, B.; L. Y. Rogers, Seventh-day Bap. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield. Thomas F. Davies, Nathaniel Free- 
man, C.; N. E. Cornwall, E, 

Danbury. Anson Rood, Erastus Cole, C.j Lemuel 
B. Hull, E. ; Orson Spencerton, B.; J. Beach, Rory 
Starr, J. Nickerson, H, Humphreys, Davis, M. 

Bridgeport. Nath. Hewitt, d.d. John Blatchford, C; 

G. S. Coit, B. G. Noble, E.; Pelton,N. Ruggles, 

Wm. H. Dikeman, Bassett, M. 

Brookfield. Abner Brundage, C.j Jos.H.Covell, E. 

Darien. Uriah Maynard, C. 

Greenwich. Joel Mann, Chauncey Wilcox, C.j J„ 
H, Nichols, E. 

Huntington. Thos. Ponderson, C.j L Jones, E. 

Monroe. Rodney Rossiter, E. 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, C; Jabez L. 
Clark, E. 

New Fairfield. B. Y. Morse, C; Uriah Mead, M e 

Newtown. Nathaniel M. Urmston, C; Samuel C. 
Strattan, E.; Matthew Bachelor, Daniel Wildman, B.,- 
Solomon Glover, U. 

Norwalk. Edwin Hall, C.j J. Kemper, E. 

Ridgefield. Nathan Burton, Chas. G. Selleck, C. 

Reading. i — Comstock, C; H. Humphreys, 

H. Sanford, E. M.; Henderson, Cliff, P.M. 

Sherman. Mallby Gelston, C. 

Stamford. Daniel Smith, Henry Fuller, C ; Am- 
brose S, Todd, E.j John Ellis, Nehemiah Sherwood, B. 



CLERGYMEN. 141 

Stratford. Frederick W. Chapman, C.j George C. 
Shepard, E.; James H, Linsey B.; David Miller, M. 

Trumbull. James Kant, C; David G. Tomlinson, 
E.; D. Osborn, M. 

Weston. George H. Hulin, John Noyes, Mose3 P. 
Bennet, C; Jesse Hunt, T. Osborn, M., Alva Gre- 
gory, William Denison B. 

Wcstport. Charles A. Boardman, C. 

Wilton. Samuel Merwin, C; Wm. Barlow, E. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. George J. Tillotson, C. ; Josiah M. 
Bartlett, E,; Thos. Huntington, B.; L. Wilson, U. 

Ashford. Job Hale, Reuben Torry, C; Leonard 
Gage, Dexter Munger, Amos Babcock, B.j W. Live- 
sey, J. Treson, M, 

Canterbury. Otis C. Whiton, Asa King, C.j Geo. 
S. White, E.; Thomas Rand, A. Sheffield, Isaac Law- 
ton, B. 

Chaplin. Lent S. Hough, C. 

Hampton. Daniel G. Sprague, C.j James Grow, 
B.* Dexter Bullard, E. Sharp, Christian. 

Killingly. Elisha Atkins, Roswell Whitmore, Wil- 
liam Bushnell, Alvin Underwood, C.j Calvin Cooper, 
Jonathan Oatley, Daniel Smith, B. 

Plainfield. Samuel Rockwell, C; Nathaniel Cole, 
C. S. Weaver, B.; E. Benton, M. 

Pomfret. Daniel Hunt, N. L. Hunt, C.j Nicholas 
Branch, B. 

Sterling. Peleg Peckham, B. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, C; Bela Hicks, B.j H. 
Bronson, M. 

Voluntown. Otis Lane, C. 

Windham. Edward Harris, Jesse Fisher, Philo 
Judson, C.j Levi H. Corson, E.; B. Cook, jr. B.; Ro- 
ger Bingham, Christian; Dwight, M. 

Woodstock. Otis Rockwood, J. D. Baldwin, Fos* 
ter Thayer, Orson Cowles, C; N. D. Benedict, B. 



142 CLERGYMEN. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. L. P. Hickok. J. E. Camp, Ralph S, 
Crampton, C; Samuel Fuller, jr. Truman Marsh, E.j 
Chittenden, M. 

BarkhampstecL William R. Gould, C.j Daniel M. 
Hitchcock, M. 

Bethlem. Fosdick Harrison, C; Wm. Watson, E. 

Canaan. Chas. Prentiss, Henry H. Woodbridge, C. 

Colebrook. Edward R. Tyler, C; Rufus Babcock, 
Asahel Morse, Doolittle" B.; J. Hudson, M. 

Cornwall. Wm. Andrews, Walter Smith, C,j Da- 
vid Plumb, M. 

Goshen. Grant Powers, C; C. T. Pelton, M. 

Harwinton. Richard M. Chipman, C. 

Kent. William W. Andrews, C. 

New Hartford. Wy'lLis Lord, Seth Higby, B.j Da- 
vid Miller, M. 

New Milford. A.B. Camp, C; Enoch Huntington, 
E.; Daniel Baldwin, Baldwin, B. 

Norfolk. Joseph Eldridge, C.j Silas Ambler, B.j 
Stout, M.; A. B. Manly, U. 

Plymouth. E. Lyman, C; Daniel Burhans, d. d. E. 

Salisbury. Leonard E. Lathrop, C; L. M. Purdy, 
E.j Bushnell, M. 

Sharon. Frederick Gridley, C.j Lucius M. Purdy, E. 

Torrington. Milton Huxley, Epaphras Goodman, 
Hiram C. Arms, C. 

Warren. Hart Talcott, C; Charles Everett, M. 

Washington. Gordon Hayes, C.j Columbus Shum- 
way, E.; Hill, M. 

Watertown. W.B. Deforest, C; Fred. Holcomb, E. 

Winchester. James Beach, C.j Daniel Coe, Daniel 
Smith, M. 

Woodbury. S. R. Andrews, Grove L.Brownell, C; 
Edward C. Bull, E.; C, C. Keeps, M. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Middletown. John R. Crane, Robert McEwen, 
.Zebulon Crocker, James Noyes, jr. Stephen Toplif$ 



CLERGYMEN. 143 

C.J Smith Pyne, E.; John Cookaon, B. Manning, Jona- 
than Goodwin, B.; John C Green, Stephen Martin- 
dale, Wilbur Fisk, d. d. Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, 
I). D. Wheadon, Daniel Burrow3, Joseph Holdrich, 
John Lindsley, M. 

Haddam. Tertius 8. Clark, C. ; W. West, A. 
Gates, Davis Shailer, B. 

Chatham. Harvey Talcott, Stephen A. Loper, S. 
J, Curtis, C; William Jarvis, Alpheus Geer, E. 

Durham. Henry Gleason, C. 

East Haddam. Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, 
Joseph Vaill, Geo. Carrington, C.; Stephen Beach, 
E.; Simeon Dickinson, B. 

Killingworth. Ephraim G. Swift, Lewis Foster, C.\ 
William Dennison, jr. B.; J. A. Sclleck, M. 

Saybrook. Frederick W.Hotcbkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
S. Foster, S. F. Mills, Jere. Miller, Darius Mead, C.j 
J. M'Guion, E.; B. Beckwith, D. Wildman, Henry 
W-ooster, William Palmer, B.; O. Starr, J. Bray, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland. Abram Marsh, C; Levi Walker, jr. B.; 
J. D. Bridge, M. 

Bolton. James Ely, C. 

Columbia. David Diekerson, C. 

Coventry. George A. Calhoun, Chauncey Booth, 
Alpha Miller, C: Isaac DwinneJ, B. 

Ellington. Diodate Brockway, Ezekiel Marsh, C; 
S. Drake, M. 

Hebron. Sylvester Selden, Chas, Nicholls, C.j Al- 
pheus Geer, E.; William Bowen, B.; Peter Griffing, 
L. B. Griffing, P. Kenney, M. 

Mansfield. Anson S. Atwood, William C. Ely, C; 
S. Heath, M. 

Stafford. Moses B. Church, Elliott Palmer, C; Al- 
bert Cole, B.; E. Withe-y, M., J. H. Willis, U. 

Somers. Rodney G. Dennis, C; Van R. Osborne, 
M. 

Union. Stephen Fairbank, M, 



144 CLERGYMEN. 

Vernon. Chester Humphrey, C. 
Willington, Francis Wood, C; Horace A. Wil- 
cox, B. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Right Rev. Wm. White, d. d. of Pennsylvania, and 
Presiding Bishop : Alexander V. Griswold, d.d. of the 
Eastern Diocese ; Richard C. Moore, d. d. of Virginia; 
Nathaniel Bowen, d. D. of South Carolina ; Philander 
Chase, d. d. of Illinois ; Thomas C, Brownell, d. d. 
ll. d. of Connecticut ; Henry U. Onderdonk, D. d. 
Assistant Bishop of Pennsylvania ; Wm. Meade, d. d. 
Assistant Bishop of Virginia , Wm. M. Stone, d. d. 
of Maryland ; Benjamin T. Onderdonk, d. d. of New 
York ; Levi S. Ives, d. d. of North Carolina ; John H. 
Hopkins, d.d. of Vermont; Benjamin B. Smith, d. d. 
of Kentucky ; Charles P. Mcllvaine, d. d. of Ohio ; 
George W. Doane, d. d. of New Jersey ; James H. 
Otey, d. d. of Tennessee ; Jackson Kemper, D. D. 
Missionary Bishop in Indiana and Missouri. 



METHODIST BISHOPS. 

William McKendee, Robert R. Roberts, Joshua 
Soule, Elijah Hedding, James O. Andrew. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS. 

Rt. Rev'ds Dr. Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore; 
Dr. David, Bardstown; Dr. England, Charleston; Dr. 
Rosati, St. Louis; Dr. Fenwick, Boston ; Dr. Dubois, 
New York ; Dr. Kendrick, Philadelphia ; Dr. Rese, 
Detroit; Dr. Purcell, Cincinnati; Dr. Portier, Mobile? 
Senior Suffragan, Bardstown; Dr. Flaget. 



POST OFPTCES AND POSTMASTERS. 



145 



Post Offices and Post Masters in 
Connecticut. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Hartford, 

Avon, Truman WoodfordJ 
Berlin, Norris WilcoxJ 
Bloomfield, J. H, Hubbard 
Bristol, Jared W. PardeeJ 
Burlington, A. Hitchcockj 
Canton, Isaac Mills 
Collinsville, H. Nash 
East Gran by, E. Clark 
East Hartford, H. Phelps 
East Windsor, E. Porter 
Enfield, Geer Terry 
Farmington, S. Whitman! 
Unionville, E. Seymour]: 
Glastenb'y,D.E.HubbardJ 
Granby, Daniel Hays 
Hartland, P. Humphreys 
Ketch Mills, T. Potwinet 
Manchester, T. Burnham 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
New Britain, L. P. LeeJ 



N. Canton, B. Weed, jr. 
Newington, A. Fairchild} 
N. Granby, IT. N. Case 
Plainville, Tim. Steelej 
Poquonnock, Cic. Phelps 
Rocky Hill, A. Robbins| 
Simsbury, J. O. Phelps 
S.Glastenb'y, O.BrainardJ 
Southington, C.Whittlesey 
Suffield, O. L. Sheldon 
TarifTVille, Allen Pinney 
Thompson ville, H. Kings- 
bury 
W.H. Pt., J.B.Chapmanj 
W. Granby, J. D. Wilcox 
W. Hartford, A. Goodman 
W. Hartland, W. H. Hug- 
gins 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich 
Windsor, W. Howard 
Wintonbury, J.Bumstead| 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



New-Haven, W. H. Jones 
Bethany, H. Thomas 
Branford, Orin D. Squire 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale 
Derby, Robert Gates 
East Haven, R. Andrews 
Fair Haven, Lester KeepJ 



Guilford, Reuben Elliott 
Hamden, C. B. Foots 
Humphreysvilie, J. C. 

Wheeler 
Madison, J. F. MeigsJ 
Meriden, Levi Yale 
Middlebury, L. Townsend 



| Post Masters distinguished by this mark (J) are 
given the same a3 they were last year, as returns could 
not be obtained from them in time. 
10 



$»OST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



146 

Milford, William Strong 
Naugatuck, J. F. Mears 
Northferd, Malachi Cook 
Oxford, Samuel Wire 
Prospect, E. Chittenden 
Salem Br., R. S. HinmanJ 



S. Britain, Anson Bray 
Southbury, Albert Hinmars 
Wallingford, J.Carrington 
Waterbury,F Leavenworth 
Wolcott, Lucius Tuttle 
Zoar Bridge, Ezk. Curtis 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



New-London, Eben. Way 
Norwich, John Hvde 
Bozrah, N. H. Fitch 
Bozrahville, H. Mo wry 
Colchester, A. D. Scovell 
East Lyme, Joel Loomis 
Exeter, Elias Williams 
Franklin, Jas. H. Hyde 
Gales Ferry, N.B. Brown 
Griswold, Wm. Tucker 
Groton, Elijah Bailey 

Centre, Gilbert A.Smith 
Hadlyme, Elijah Comstock 
Hamburgh, S.M. Brock way 
Jewett City, John Johnson 
Lebanon, A> Peters 
Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 
Lisbon, Thos. Kinsman I 



Lyme, C. W. Wait 
Montville, L. Stewart 
Mystic, Henry Harding 
My*. Bridge, B. F/Palmer 
New Salem, Pomeroy Hall 
N. Groton, C. Newton 
N. Stonington,TP. Wattles 
N. Lyme, D. M. Jewett 
Nor. City, WL'Hommedieu 
Poquetanock,JWBrewster 
Portersville, J. Randall 
Preston, Henry Brown 
Riv. Head, E. Beckwith 2d 
Stonington, I. Champlin 
Uncasville, R. Comstock 
Waterford, H, Gardner 
West Chester, Asa Day jr. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Fairfield, A. Bronson 
Danbury, D. A. Hoyt 
Bethel, Frederick Seeley 
Bridgeport, S. Lounsberry 
Brookfield, H. Rugbies J 
Darien, Albert Seely 
Greenwich, S. Close 
Huntington, A. S. Jones 
MilJ Plain, E. Birchard 
Monroe, C. H. Beardslee 
'Stepney, L. EdwardsJ 



Newtown, Czar Keeierj 
Norwalk, John BurrallJ 
New Canaan, T. S.Husted 
N. Fairfield, S. Barnum 
N.Stamfbrd, N.D. Haightj 
Nichols Farm, E.Hawleyj 
Redding, Joseph Darling 
Redding Bridge, L.Grover 
Redding Town House, 

Jared Olmsted 
Ridgebury, S.jS.StJohn 



POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



147 



Ridgefield, T. Keeler, 2d 
Round Hill, N.KnappJ 
Sherman, Isaac Riggs 
Southport, Wm, Sherwood 
Stamford, John Brown 
Stanwich, Alvah Smith I 



Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach 
Trumbull Long Hill, S. 

Beardslec 
Westport, Ira Baldwin 
Wilton, Stephen Wheeler 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Brooklyn, Adams White 
Abington, P.M. Allen 
Ashford, Dyer d lark 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell 
Eastford, Jas. B. Palmer 
Hampton, Dan Bulkeley 
Killingly, L. Warren 
Centre, J. Field 
East, H. Peckham 
South, Cyrus Day 
West, G. Danielson 
Little River, S. BarnumJ 
Moosup, John Dunlap 
New Boston, H. Samson 
N.Woodstock, ACarpenter 
Plainfield, F. B. Johnson 



Central Village, A. Harrie 
Packers ville, R. R. Miner 
Pomfret, T. M. Grosvenor 
PomfretLandingjR. James 
Scotland, Benjamin Webb 
Sterling, B. Tuckeiman 
Thompson, Simon Davis 
Voluntown, K. Gallup}. 
Westminster, P. Spicer 
West Woodstock, Andrus 
A. Williams 
W. Thompson, F. Nichols 
Westford, M. Richmond 
Willimantic,GWHebbard 
Windham, Joel W. White 
Woodstock, G. Bow en 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



Litchfield, GC Woodruff 
Barkhampsted> A. Beecher 
Bethlem, I. S. Wadsworth 
Bradleyville, Wm. Coe 
Bull's Bridge, S. Camp 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
Chapinville, F.A. Sterling 
Colebrook, G. H. Bass J: 
Colebrook River, D. D. 

Wolf J 

Cornwall, J. R. Harrison 

Cornwall Br. M. Harrison 

Hollow, J. E. Sedgwick 



E. Goshen, Geo. Stanley J 
Ellsworth, G. StudleyJ 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Village, J. G. 

Mitchell 
Gaylord Br., P. GaylordJ 
Goshen, B. Baldwin 
Harwinton, T. Kellogg 
Hitchcocksville, George 

H. Clark 
Kent, Wells Beardslee 
Lime Rock, M. Barnumt 
Milton, G. P. Welch 



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148 



POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



North Goshen, P. BaileyJ 
N. Hartford, H. Cowles 
N. Hartford Centre, 

J. F. Henderson 
N. Milford, Perry Smith 
JST. Preston, C. J. HatchJ 
N. Kent, J. L. StuartJ 
Norfolk, Susan Pettibone 
Northfield Church, A. W. 
Warner 
Plymouth, S. M. Mitchell 
Roxbury, D. Brothwell 
Salisbury, C. Benton 
Sharon, George KingJ 



S. Canaan, W. P. BurralF 
S. Farms, E. J. Woodruff 
Terrysville, J. C. Lewis 
Torringford, N. Smith 
Torrington, H, Palmer 
Warren, G. P. Talmadge 
Washington, C. A. Judson 
Watertown, M.Heminway 
Winchester,WS HolabirdJ 
Winchester Centre, S, 

"Hurlhut, jr.| 
Wolcottville, S. Bradley 
Woodbury, C. B. Phelps 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



Middletown, J. Stow 

Upper Houses, J. Sage 
Haddam, J. Arnold 
Chatham, David Buell 
Chester, Bani Denison 
Deep River, J. H. Mather 
Durham, A. Robbins 
East Haddam, O. Green 
East Haddam Centre, Na- 
than L. Foster 
Essex, A. F. Whittemore 

TOLLAND 

Tolland, Luther Eaton 
Ando'ver, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, S, Williams 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventry, Jasper Gilbert 
Ellington, T. Pitkin} 
Gilead, H. A. Brown 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 
Hope Valley, Pet. Griffing 
Mansfield, J, Woodward 



Higganura, G. W. Smith 
Killingworth, E. Wilcox 
Leesville, H. S. Lee 
Mid .Haddam, H. Stewart} 
Millington, D, Williams} 
Mechanicsville, D. D. 

Whitmore 
North Killingworth, H. 

Redfield 
Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 
Westbrook, A, T. Wilcox 

COUNTY. 

Mansfield Cr. Z. Storrs 
Mount Hope, W. A. Fisk 
North Somers, A. KibbeeJ 
Somers, S. D. Chapin 
S. Coventry, S. Bidwell 
Stafford Sp'gs, N. Gilmore 
West Parish, A.Hawley 
Union, N. Newell 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Willington, J. Weston 



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Miles. Cents. 
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paper, are charged with double those rates. 

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paper, are charged with tripple those rates. 

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ISO 



GOVERNORS, 

OOTERIVORS 



Of the several States and Territories, with the com- 
mencement and duration of their respective terms of 
Office. 

State and Ter. Governors. Com. Dm% 

Maine, Robert P. Dunlap, Jan. 1836 1 year. 

N.Hampshire, William Badger, June 1835 1 year. 

Vermont, S.G.Jennison, act. Oct. 1835 1 year. 

Massachusetts, Edward Everett, Jan. 1836 1 year. 



Rhode Island, 

Connecticut, 

New Xork, 

New Jersey,* 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland,* 

Virginia,* 

N. Carolina,* 

S. Carolina,* 

Georgia, 

Alabama. 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

Missouri, 

Florida, 

Michigan, 

Arkansas, 



John B. Francis, May 1835*1 year. 
Henry W.Edwards,May 1835 1 year. 
Wm, L.Marcy, Jan. 1836 2 years 



P, D. Vroom, 
Joseph Ritner, 
Caleb P. Bennet, 
James Thomas, 
L. W. Tazewell, 
R. D. Speight, 



Oct. 1835 1 year. 
Dec, 1835 3 years 
Jan. 1836 3 years 
Jan. 1835 1 year. 
Jan. 1834 3 years 
Jan. 1835 1 year. 



George McDuffie, Jan. 1835 2 years 



Schley, 
Clement C. Clay, 

Lynch, 

E, D. White, 
Wm. Carroll, 



Nov. 1835 2 years 
Nov. 1835 2 years 
Jan. 1836 2 years 
Jan. 1835 4 years 
Oct. 1835 2 years 



J.Morehead,aeting,Sept 1832 4 years 
Robert Lucas, Dec 1834 2 years 
Noah Noble, Dec. 1834 3 years 

Joseph Duncan, J a n. 1835 4 years 
Daniel Dunklin, Nov. 1832 4 years 

TERRITORIES. 
John H. Eaton, Apl. 1834 3 years 

, Aug. 1834 3 years 

William Fulton, Feb. 1835 5 years 
* In the five States marked with a star, the Govern- 
ors are elected by the Legislature, and in ths others by 
the people. 

The Governors of Territories are appointed by the 
President and Senate of the United States* 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. l5l 

UNITE© STATES CALENDAR. 

PRESIDENT, 

ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee. 
Salary, $25,000, per annum. 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, of New York. 
Salary, $5,000. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

John Forsyth, Secretary. Salary, per ann. $6,000 
Asbury Dickins, Chief Clerk, 2,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary, . 6,000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3,500 

James B. Thornton, Second Comptroller, 3,000 

Richard Harrison, First Auditor, 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3,000 

Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 3,000 

John C. Pickett, Fourth Auditor, 3,000 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 3,000 

John Campbell, Treasurer, 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, 3,000 

Virgil C. Maxcy, Solicitor, 3,500 

Benjamin F. Butler, Attorney General, 3,500 

Ethan A. Brown, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 

Henry L. Ellsworth, Sup. Patent Office, 1,500 
Robert M. Patterson, Director of the Mint. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Lewis Cass, Secretary, 6,000 

Adjutant General's Office. 
Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General. 
Paymaster GeneraVs Department. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 
T. P. Andrews, Paymaster. 

Ordnance Department,, 
George Bom ford, ColoneU 



152 JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier General. 

Quartermaster GeneraVs Office, 
T. S, Jesup, B. G. and Q. M. G. 

Office of Indian Affairs. 
Elbert Herring, Commissioner, 3,000 

Pension Office. 
John L. Edwards, Commissioner, 2,000 

Engineer Department. 
General Charles Gratiot, .Chief Engineer. . 

Topographical Bureau. 
Colonel John A. Abert, 

Purchasing Department. 
C. Irving, Commissary General of Purchases. 

Clothing Department. 
Major John Garland. 

Surgeon GeneraVs Office. 
Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Mahlon Dickerson, Secretary 6,000 

John Boyle, Chief Clerk, 2,000 

Navy Commissioners. 
John Rodgers, Isaac Chauncey, Charles Morris, 3,500 
Charles W. Goldsmith, Secretary, 2,000 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Amos Kendall, Postmaster General, 6,000 

i ' - ' 'i i 

Judiciary Department 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Held at Washington on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually. 

, Chief Justice, salary, $5,000 

Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, do 4,500 

S. Thompson, do do 4,500 

John M'Lean, do do 4,500 

Henry Baldwin, do do 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do do 4,5Q0 
One vacaney. 



JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT, &C. 153 

B. F. Butler, Attorney General, salary 3,500 
Richard Peters, jr. Reporter of Decisions 1,000 
Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of office. 
John Hunter, Marshal. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

FEBRUARY, District— New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
APRIL, Circuit — N. Haven, last Wednesday. 

MAY, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday, 

AUGUST, District— N. Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

SEPTEMBER, Circuit— Hartford, 17th day,* 
NOVEMBER, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday, 

* When this day occurs on Sunday, the session com- 
mences on the following Monday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Wm. Bristol, Judge. Wm. S. Holabird, Attorney. 
C. A. Ingersoll, Clerk. N. Wilcox, Berlin, Marshal. 
Elihu Olmsted, Hartford, Erastus Osborn, New Haven, 
Deputy Marshals. 



OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

New London. — Ingoldsby W.Crawford, Col.; Elijah 
Ames, Dep.; John French, Surveyor; Thomas Mus- 
sey, Inspector; Benj Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stonington. 

Middletown.— Noah A. Phelps, Col. ; L, Hubbard, 
Dep. and Insp.; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown; 
William Willard, do. Saybrook; W. Conner, do. Hart- 
ford; S. R. Dickinson, Inspector. 

New Haven. — Wm. H.Ellis, Col.; Wm. Durand, 
Sur.; Eli Mix, John Graham, John H. Jacocks, Wm. 
Myers, Alexander C. Munson, New Haven; Charles 
Elliott, Guilford and Madison; Daniel B. Leete, Bran- 
ford and Sachem's Head; Alfred Mallet, Milford and 
Derby, Inspectors. 

Fairfield. — Sam, Simmons, Col.; D. B. Nichols, Ins. 



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154 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Revenue Cutters. — Wolcott, Connecticut; Andrew- 
Mather, Capt. Henry Prince, jr. 1st Lieut. Stephen 
Thatcher, 2d Lit. James Thompson, 3d Lt. Vigilant, 
Rhode Island; John Cahoon, Capt. Rush, from New- 
York to New Haven; Wm. W. Polk, Capt. 

Besse, 1st Lieut. Peter Storer, 2d Lieut. Blyden Hedge, 
3d Lieut. 



MILITARY ACADEMY, WEST POINT. 

Brevet Brigadier General Charles Gratiot, Chief En- 
gineer, ex officio Inspector of the Military Academy. 

Major R. E. DeRussey, (Corps of Engineers,) Su- 
perintendent and Commandant. 



TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS.— 1st Session. 

SENATE. 

Martin Van Buren, of New York, President of Senate. 

NEW JERSEY* 

Samuel L. Southard 1839 
Garret D. Wall 1841 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

James Buchanan 1841 

Samuel McKean 1839 

DELAWARE. 

John M. Clayton 1841 

Arnold Naudain 1839 

MARYLAND. 

Joseph Kent 1839 

R. H. Goldsborough 1841 

VIRGINIA. 

John Tyler 1839 

Benj. Watkins Leigh 1837 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Bedford Brown 1835 

Willie P. Mangum 1837 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



MAINE. 




Ether Shepley 


1839 


Benjamin Ruggles 


1841 


NEW HAMPSHIRE. 




Isaac Hill 


1837 


Henry Hubbard 


1841 


MASSACHUSETTS. 




Daniel Webster 


1839 


John Davis 


1841 


RHODE ISLAND. 




Nehemiah R. Knight 


1841 


Asher Robbins 


1839 


CONNECTICUT. 




Gideon Tomlinson 


1836 


John M. Niles 


1836 


VERMONT. 




Samuel Prentiss 


1836 


Benjamin Swift 


1839 


NEW YORK. 




N. P. Tallmadge 


1839 


Silas Wright, jr. 


1837 



John C. Calhoun 
William C. Preston 



1840 
1837 



UNITED STATES OOTERNMBNT. 



155 



GEORGIA. 

Alfred Cuthbert 
John P. King 


1836 
1836 


MISSISSIPPI. 

John Black 
One vacancy 





KENTUCKY. 

Henry Clay 

John J. Crittenden 


1837 
1841 


ILLINOIS. 

John M. Robinson 
One vacancy 


1835 


TENNESSEE. 

Hugh L. White 
Felix Grundy 


1841 
1839 


ALABAMA. 

William R. King 
Gabriel Moore 


1835 
1837 


OHIO. 

Thomas Ewing 
Thomas Morris 


1837 

1839 


MISSOURI. 

Thomas H. Benton 
Louis F. Linn 


1839 
1837 


LOUISIANA. 

Alexander Porter 
One vacancy 


1839 


MICHIGAN.* 

Lucius Lyon 
John Norvell 


1841 
1841 


INDIANA. 

William Hendricks 
John Tipton 


1837 
1839 


Walter Lowrie, Sec'ry. 
Rev.Mr. Highby, Chaplain. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

James K, Polk, of Tennessee, Speaker. 
Walter S. Franklin, Clerk. 

MAINE. 

Jeremiah Bailey, George Evans, John Fairfield,. 
Joseph Hall, Leonard Jarvis, Moses Mason, Gorham 
Parks, Francis O. J. Smith. 8. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Benning M. Bean, Robert Burns, Samuel Cushman, 
Franklin Pierce, Joseph Weeks. 5. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

John Quincy Adams, Nathaniel B. Borden, George 
N. Briggs, William B. Calhoun, Caleb Cushing, Geo. 
Grennell, jr. Samuel Hoar, William Jackson, Abbot 
Lawrence, Levi Lincoln, Stephen C. Phillips, John 
Heed. 12. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Elisha Haley, Samuel Ingham, Andrew T. Judson, 
Launcelot Phelps, Isaac Toucoy, one vacancy* 6. 



'1 ».!<»'• !»**»»*« 



156 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT, 

RHODB ISLAND. 

Dutee J. Pierce, William Sprague. 2. 

VERMONT. 

Heman Allen, Horace Everett, Hiland Hall, Henry 
F. Janes, William Slade. 5. 

NEW YORK. 

Samuel Barton, Samuel Beardsley, Abra'm Bockee, 
Matthias J. Bovee, John W. Brown, C. C. Carnbreleng, 
Graham H. Chapin, Timothy Childs, John Cramer, 
Ulysses F. Doubleday, Valentine EfFner, Dudley Far- 
lin, Philo C. Fuller, William R. Fuller, Ransom H. 
Gillet, Francis Granger, Gideon Hard, Abner Hazle- 
tine, Hiram F. Hunt, Abel Huntington, Gerrit Y. Lan- 
sing, George W. Lay, Gideon Lee, Joshua Lee, Ste- 
phen B. Leonard, Thomas C. Love, Abijah Mann, jr. 
William Mason, John McKeon, Eli Moore, Sherman 
Page, Joseph Reynolds, David Russell, Wm. Seymour, 
Nicholas Sickles, William Taylor, Joel Turrill, Aaron 
Vanderpoel, Aaron Ward, Daniel Wardwell. 40. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Philemon Dickerson, Samuel Fowler, Thomas Lee, 
James Parker, Ferdinand S. Schenck, William N. 
Shinn. 6. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Joseph B. Anthony, Michael W. Ash, John Banks, 
Andrew Beaumont, Andrew Buchanan, George Cham- 
bers, Wm. Clark, Edward Darlington, Harmar Denny, 
Jacob Fry, jr. John Galbraith, James Harper, Samuel 
S. Harrison, Joseph Henderson, William Heister, 
Edward B. Hubley, Joseph R. Ingersoll, John Klin- 
gensmith, jr. John Laporte, Henry Logan, Job Mann, 
Thomas M. T. McKennan, Jesse Miller, Matthias 
Morris, Henry A. Muhlenberg, David Potts, jr. Joel 
B. Sutherland, David D. Wagener. 28. 

DELAWARE. 

John J. Milligan. 1. 

MARYLAND. 

Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, Isaac McKim, 
James^A. Pearce, John N. Steele, Francis Thomas, 
JameaTTurner, George C. Washington. 8. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. l57 

VIRGINIA. 

James M . H. Beale, James W. Bouldin, Nathaniel 
H. Claiborne, W alter Coles, Robert Craig, George E. 
Dromgoole, James Garland, Edward Lucas, John Y. 
Mason, Wm. McComas, Charles F. Mercer, William 
S. Morgan, John M. Patton, John Roane, G. W. Hop- 
kins, Joseph Johnson, John W. Jones, George Loyall, 
John Robertson, John Taliaferro, Henry A. Wise. 21. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Jesse A. Bynum, Henry W. Connor, Edmund Do- 
berry, James Graham, Micajah T. Hawkins, James J . 
McKay, William Montgomery, Ebenezer Pettigrew, 
Abraham Rencher, "William B. Shepard, Augustine 
H. Shepperd, Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams. 13. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Robert B. Campbell, William J. Grayson, John K: 
Griffin, James H. Hammond, Richard J. Manning, 
Francis W. Pickens, Henry L. Pinckney, James Ro- 
gers, Waddy Thompson, jr. 9. 

GEORGIA, 

Jesse F. Cleveland, John Coffee, Thomas Glascock, 
Seaton Grantland, Charles E. Haynes, Hopkins Hal- 
sey, Jabez Jackson, George W. Owens, George W. 
B," Towns. 9. 

ALABAMA. 

Reuben Chapman, Joab Lawler, Dixon H. Lewis, 
Francis S, Lyon, Joshua L. Martin. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Not fully ascertained. 

LOUISIANA. 

Rice Garland, H. Johnson, Eleazer W. Ripley. 3. 

TENNESSEE. 

John Bell, Samuel Bunch, Wm. B. Carter, William 
C. Dunlap, John B. Forrester, Adam Huntsman, Cave 
Johnson, Luke Lea, Abram P. Maury, Balie Peyton, 
James K. Polk, E. J. Shields, James Standefer. 13. 

KENTUCKY. 

Chilton Allan, Lynn Boyd, John Calhoon, J. Cham- 
bers, Richard French, Wm. J. Graves, Benjamin Har- 



158 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

din, James Harlan, Albert G. Hawes, Richard M. 
Johnson, Joseph R. Underwood, John White, Sher- 
rod Williams. 13. 

MISSOURI. 

William H. Ashley, Albert G. Harrison. 2. 

ILLINOIS. 

Zadock Casey, Wm. L- May, John Reynolds. 3, 

INDIANA. 

RatlifT Boon, John Carr, John W. Davis, Edward 
A.Hannegan, George L. Kinnard, Amos Lane, Jona- 
than McCarty. 7. 

OHIO. 

William K. Bond, John Chaney, Thomas Corwin, 
.Joseph H, Crane, Thomas L. Hamer, Elias Howell^ 
Benjamin Jones, William pennon, Daniel Kilgore, 
Sampson Mason, Jeremiah McLene, William Patter- 
son, Jonathan Sloane, David Spangler, Bellamy Stor- 
er, John Thompson, Samuel F. Vinton, Taylor Web- 
ster, Elisha Whittlesey. 19. 

MICHIGAN.* 

Isaac E. Crary, 1. 

DELEGATES. 
Arkansas, Ambrose H. Sevier, ) 
Florida, Joseph M.White, > Territories. 

Michigan, George W. Jones, ) 

* The title of the Senators and Representatives from 
Michigan to a seat, at the time of publication, was not 
settled. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS, &c 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c &c. of the 
United States in Foreign Countries. 
England. Aaron Vail, Charge d' Affaires, London. 
France. Thomas P. Barton, Charge d'Affaires, 
Russia. William Wilkins, Minister, 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. If 9 

Spain. Cornelius P. Van Ness, Minister. Arthur 
Middleton, jr. Secretary of Legation. 

Portugal. Thomas L. L. Brent, Charge d'Affaires. 

Netherlands. Auguste Davezac, Charge d'Affaires. 

Belgium. Hugh S. Legare, Charge d'Affaires. 

-Sweden. Christopher Hughes, Charge d'Affaires. 

Denmark, Henry Wheaton, Charge d'Affaires. 

Mexico. Anthony Butler, Charge d'Affaires. 

Colombia. Robert B. McAfee, Charge d'Affaires. 

Brazil. William Hunter, ^Charge d'Affaires. 

Buenos Ayres. Benj. Pollard, Charge d'Affaires. 

Central America. Charles G. Dewitt, Charge d'Af- 
faires. 

Chili. Richard Pollard. Charge d'Affaires. 

Peru. Samuel Lamed, Charge d'Affaires. 

Turkey. David Porter, Charge d'Affaires. 

Greece, James Wilkin, Consul, Syra Island. 

Algiers. George F. Brown, Commercial Agent. 

Tunis. Samuel D. Heap, Consul. 

Tripoli. D. S. McCauley, Consul. 

Morocco. James R. Leib, Consul. 

Island of St. Mary's, in the Gambia River. W. M. 
Haxton, Consul, Bathurst. 

China. John K. Grosvenor, Consul, Canton. 

Island of Bintang, in the Malayan Sea. Joseph 
•Balestier, Consul, Rhio. 

Sandwich Islands. John C. Jones, Commer. Agent. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c. &c. of for- 
eign Powers, in the United States. 

France. M. A. Pageot, Charge d'Affaires. 

Great Britain. Henry Stephen Fox, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Charles Bankhead, Esq. Charge d'Affaires. Andrew 
Buchanan, Esq. 1st attache. William Pitt Adams, 
Esq. 2d attache. 

Russia. Baron de Krudener, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. M. Kremer, Secretary 
of Legation. M. Smirnove, attache. 



160 AttMY LIST. 

Austria. Baron de Lederer, Consul General. 

Prussia. Frederick Van Roenne, Charge d'Affaires. 

Spain. Don Francisco Tacon, Envoy Extraordina- 
ry and Minister Plenipotentiary. Don Miguel Tacon, 
attache. 

Portugal. Torlade d'Azambuja, Charge d'Affaires. 

Denmark. W. Steen Bille, Charge d'Affaires. 

Sweden and Norway. Chevalier Lorich, Consul 
General, and Charge d'Affaires, ad interim. 

Netherlands. Adr. Martiani, Charge d'Affaires. 

Belgium. Baron Behr, Charge d'Affaires. 

Mexico. Joaquin Maria del Castillo y Lanzas, 
Charge d'Affaires. 

Colombia. Don Domingo Acosta, Charge d'Af- 
faires, and Consul General. 

Brazil. Mr. Cavalcanti d' Albuquerque, Charge d'- 
Affaires, ad interim, and Consul General. 

Chili. Don Manuel, Charge d'Affaires. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary receive an annual salary 
of $9000, besides $9000 for outfit. A Charge d'Af- 
faires receives a salary of $4500, and a Secretary of 
Legation of $2000. 



ARMY LIST. 



Alexander Macomb, Major-general comm'g the army. 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Winfield Scott, brigadier general, major gen. brev. 
Thomas S. Jesup, brig. gen. and qr. master gen. 
Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 
Col. John E. Wool, insp. gen. brig. gen. brev. 
Col. George Crogan, insp. gen. 
Roger Jones, ad. gen. coh brevet. 
Major William Lin&ard, qr. master, It. col. brev. 
Major Truman Cross, qr. master, It. eoi. brev. 
Major Henry Stanton, qr. master. 
Major Joshua B. Brant, qr. master. 
Gen. Nathan Towson, paymaster gen. 



NAVY LIST. 161 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. purchases. 
Joseph Lovell, surgeon general. 

ARTILLERY. 
Colonels. — Abraham Eustis, Wm. Linsley, Walker 
K. Armistead, brig. gen. brev. James R. Fenwick. 

Lieutenant Colonels. — J. B. Waibach, I. B. Crane, 
J. Bankhead, Roger Jones, brig. gen. brev. 

Majors-— Wm. Gates. J. F. Heilman, A. S. Brooks, 
A. C. W. Fanning. 

INFANTRY. 
Colonels. — Zachariah Taylor, H. Brady, James B. 
Many, D. L. Clinch, Geo. M. Brooks, Henry Atkin- 
son, Matthew Arbuckle, brig, generals brev. 

Lieutenant Colonels. — Wm. Davenport, Alex. Cum* 
mings, Josiah H. Vose, David E. Twiggs, Enos Cut- 
ler, Daniel Baker, William Whistler. 

Majors. — John Bliss, Newman S. Clarke, J. Fowler, 
William S. Foster, John Green, « , Sul- 
livan Burbank. 

DRAGOONS. 
Colonel. — Henry Dodge. Lieut. Col., S. W. Kear- 
ney. Major, Richard B. Mason. 

MARINE CORPS. 
Colonel. — Archibald Henderson. Lieut. Col., Rich- 
ard D. Wainwright. Paymaster, Chas. R. Broom. 



UTAViT LIST. 

Captains 38. — John Rodgers, James Barron, Chas. 
Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Jacob Jones, 
Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, Wm. M. Crane, 
James Biddle, Chas. G. Ridgley, Daniel T. Patterson, 
Melancthon T. Woolsey, John O, Creighton, John 
Downs, Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Ren- 
shaw, Alex. S. Wadsworth, George C. Read, Henry 
E. Ballard, Dav. Deacon, Samuel Woodhouse, Joseph 
J. Nicholson, Edmund P. Kennedy, Alex, J. Dallas, 
John B. Nicholson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. A. C. Jones. 

11 



162 TRfiAStRY REPORT. 

Wm. Bolton, Win. B. Shubric, Alex. Claxton, Charles' 
W. Morgan, Lawrence Kearney, Foxhatt A. Parker, 
E. R. McCall^ Daniel Turner, David Conner. 

Masters Commandant 39. — John Gallagher, Thos. 
H. Stevens, W. M. Hunter, John D. Sloat, Matthew 
C. Perry, Chas. W. Skinner, John T. Newton, Joseph 
Smith, Lawrence Rosseau, Geo. W. Storer, Beverly 
Kennon, Ed. R. Shubric, F. H. Gregory, J. H. Clack, 
P. F- Voorhees, B. Cooper, Wm. L. Gordon, S. Dun- 
can, David Gesinger, R. F. Stockton, I, McKeever, 
Wm. D. Salter, Chs. S. McCauley, Thos, M. Newell r 
Eli A. F. Vallette, Wm. A. Spencer, John H. Aulick, 
Wm. V. Taylor, Mervine P. Mix, Bl. Dulany, S. H. 
Stringham, J. P. Zantzinger, T. T.Webb, J. Percival y 
W. R. Latimer, Isaac Mayer,. Wm. Mervin, T. Crabb, 
E. B. Babbit, James Armstrong, Joseph Smoot. 

The vessels of war of the United States Navy, are, 
12 ships of the line, carrying 74 guns ; 14 frigates of 
the first class, rate, 44 guns ; 3 frigates of the second 
class, rate, 36 guns ; 15 sloops of war, rate, 24 and 18 
guns; and 7 schooners of war, rate, 12 guns. 

FINANCES OF THE UNITED STATES. 

The receipts into the Treasury, from all sources, the 
last three years, ivere as follows : — In 1833, $33,948,- 
426 .25. In 1834, 21,791,935 55. In 1835, (estima- 
ted) 28,430,881 07. Expenditures for the same years, 
including the payments of the public debt: — In 1833, 
$24,257 298 49. In 1834, 24,601,982 44. In 1835,. 
(ascertained and estimated) 18,176,141. Adding to 
the receipts of 1835, the balance in the Treasury at the 
commencement of the year (8,892,858 42) and deduct- 
ing the expenditures of the year, leaves a balance on 
the 1st of Jan. 1836, of 19,141,598 49 ; from which is 
to be deducted 1,100,000 of unavailable funds, leaving 
the computed available balance of 18,047,59S 49. 

Existing charges against the Treasury, 7,595,574^ 
leaving a balance on hand of 10,450,024 00. 



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the River which you see 

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9. The place where it 

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INDEX. 



A. 




Commissioners on 




Academies, &c. 98— 


•103 


Rail Road, 


59 


Allotment Judges, 


28 


Conn. Riv. Com. 


59 


Almanack, 


11 


Assessment List, 


59 


Asylum, Orphan, 


105 


Appoint, to take ack. 




American, 


104 


Deeds, &c. 


60 


Attorneys, Hartford co 


30 


School Fund, 


23 


New Haven, 


33 


Comptroller, 


23 


New London, 


36 


Conn. Academy, 


98 


Fairfield, 


39 


Conn. Government, 




Windham, 


42 


Executive, 


23 


Litchfield, 


45 


Senate, 


23 


Middlesex, 


47 


Representative, 24 — 27 


Tolland, 


49 


Judicial and Civil, 


28 


B. 




Hartford co. 


28 


Banks, ■ 74- 


-84 


New Haven, 


31 


Savings, 85- 


-86 


New London, 


34 


Baptist Convention, 


109 


Fairfield, 


37 


S. School, 


109 


Windham, 


40 


Literary Inst. 


103 


Litchfield, 


43 


Bishops, 


144 


Middlesex, 


46 


Boroughs, 72- 


-74 


Tolland, 


48 


c- 




Courts, Superior & Coun- 


Canvass for Gov. &c. 


62 


ty, (See Calend. pag 


es.) 


Cities, 70- 


-72 


Probate, 


49 


Clergy, 137- 


-144 


D. 




Colleges, 91- 


-97 


Districts Congressional 


,62 


Commencements Col. 


114 


Senatorial, 


61 


Commissioners on 




Distances from Wash- 




Roads, 


53 


ington, 


7 


Bridges, 


57 


Directors, Farm, Canal 


, 89 


Feriies, 


58 


Conn. Riv. 


90 


Thames Channel, 


58 


Union, Hartford, 


90 


Union Com, 


59 


Water Power, Nor. 


90 


Nor. and Preston Bi 


. 59 


Steam Boats, 


90 


Farmington Canal, 


59 


Packets, 


9Q 


N.York and Stonin 


to 


N. Haven & Albany 




to Rail Road, 


59 


line of Packets, 


91 


Nor. and Worcester 




State Prison, 


59 



J 



168 



INDEX. 



E. 



150 

109 
107 

106 



R. 



Eclipses, 
Education Societies, 

Norwich & Vicinity, 108 

Conn. Baptist, 109 

Electors Meeting, 10 

Episcopal Press, 112 

Soc. prom, knowl. 112 

S. School Union, 112 

Miss. Society, 112 

Convent. Meetings, 113 

Scholarship Soc. 113 

Theo. Sem. 113 

G. 

Governors, 

H. 
Hale Donation, 
Hart. N. Hist. Soc. 
Hospital, State, 
I. 
Insurance Comp's, 86 — 

M. 
Masonic, 114 

Mechanics' Soc. Hart. 107 
New Haven, 107 

Medical Society, 106 

Militia, 115—136 

Missionary Soc. N. L, 112 

N. 
N. London Schools, 100 
Notaries, 51 — 53 

P. 
Peace Soc. Conn. 109 

American, • 110 

Hartford co., 110 

Phi Beta Kappa, 98 

Post Offi. & Masters, 145 
Postage, rates, 149 

Pris. discipline Soc. 114 



Retreat for Insane, 104 
Rail road Comp's 89 

S. 

School Fund, 63 

Secretary of State, 23 

Sheriffs & Dep's, 31—49 

Silk Societies, 108 

Steam Boat Company 

New Haven, 90 

N. L. and Norwich, 90 

Surveyors of Conn. 61 

Geological, 59 

T. 

Tables— High Water, 4 

R;>ads, 5 

Gold Coins, 8 

Interest, 10 

Theological Institute, 97 

Temper. Societies, 110 

Town Officers, 65—69 

Tract Societies, 111 

Treasurer, 23 

Treasury Report, 162 

U. States Register. 

U. S. Executive, 151 

Judicial, 152 

Senate, 154 
Representatives, 155 — 158 

Army, 160 

Navy, J 61 
Ministers, &c. 

Abroad, 158 

Foreign, 159 

Courts, 153 

Customs, 153 

Cutters, 154 

Military Academy, 154 



4 



Pea 
A 






1836. 



& „ ' f 


;»> . 


s § 3 | £ | s 


Illlfll 


i 1 I 1 1 


3 Sg-£ S£ 1 

II III 


• •111 II 

JAN 1 2 


i i 1 1 1 1 I 
JULY l 2 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


10 ll 12 13 14 15 16 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


24 25 26 2? 28 29 30 


24 25 26 27 28 29 30 


31 FEB 


31 


12 3 456 


AUGUST 


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 


12 3 4 5 6 


14 15 16 17 18 19 20 


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 


14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 


28 29 


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 


MARCH 


28 29 30 31 


Sk| 2 3 4 5 


SEPT 1 2 3 j 


6 7 8 910 11 12 


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 


13 14 15 16 17 18 $ 


11 12 13 14 15 16 17 


20 21 22 23 24 2b 26 


18 19 20 21 22 23 24 


27 28 29 30 31 


25 26 27 28 29 30 


* APRIL 12 


OCT 1 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


24 25 26 27 28 29 30 


23 24 25 26 27 28 29 


MAY 


30 31 


12 3 4 5 6 7 


NOV 1 2 3 4 5 


8 9 10 11 12 13 14 


6 7 8 9 1Q 11 12 


15 16 1< 18 19 20 21 


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 


22 23 24 25 26 27 28 


20 21 22 23 24 25 26 


29 30 31 


27 28 29 30 


JUNE 12 3 4 


DEC 12 3 


5 6 7 8 9 10 11 


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


11 12 13 14 15 16 17 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


18 19 20 21 22 23 24 


26 27 28 29 30 


25 26 27 28 29 30 31 







CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1837; 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AN iLLMANACK- 

CONTAINING ALSO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS; TOWN OFFICERS; CORPORATE 

INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 

PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL TABLES \ 

AND A VARIETY OF OTHER 

INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



NO. 47. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN^ NEW-LONDON, A5D 
CANFIELD fe ROBINP, HARTFORD. 

SAMUEL GREEN PRINTER. 



974.6 
C7673a 
1837 
1217021 

GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1837 ; 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

CONTAINING ALSO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS; TOWN OFFICERS; CORPORATE 

INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 

PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL TABLES J 

AND A VARIETY OF OTHER 

INTERESTING ARTICLES. 



WO. 47. 



PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL GREEN, NEW-LONDON, AND 
CANFIELD & ROBINS, HARTFORD. 



tAMUEL GREEN ...PRINTER. 



Entered according to the act of Congress, 1832, by 

SAMUEL GREEN AND FRANCIS J. HUNTINGTON, 

in the office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



ECLIPSES in the year 1837. 

In the year 1837 there will be five Eclipses j three 
of the Sun and two of the Moon, in the following or- 

1217021 

I. The first will be of the Sun, April 5th, at2h.23m. 

in the morning, invisible. 

II. The second will be of the Moon, April 20th, at 31k 
52m. in the afternoon, invisible. 

ill. The third will be of the Sun, May 4th, at 2h. 15m. 
in the afternoon, to us invisible, by reason of the 
Moon's high north latitude ; but it will be visible in 
the Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans, and in the 
western and northern parts of North America. 

IV. The fourth will be a total visible eclipse of the 
Moon, October 13th, as follows : 

h ro 
Beginning at 4 ^3") 

First total immersion in dark shad. 5 44 Mean time 
Middle of Eclipse 6 30 S in the 

Last total immersion in dark sha<fow7 16 afternoon. 
End of Eclipse 8 16/ 

Whole duration of Eclir*e, 3h. 33m. 

At 12 minutes past sunset the Moon will be totally 
eclipsed, and so continue for lh. 32m. 

V. The fifth \Wli be of the Sun, October 29th, at 6b. 
32m. in <he evening, invisible. 

The planet Venus will be the Morning Star until the 
22st of May, then Evening Star to the end of the year 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New-London. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, N.York,Elizabeth- 
town Point/Tarpaulin Cove, Capo Henlopen,Cockspur, 
in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N. Carolina — to which if 
you add and subtract as in the annexed table, you will 
have the time of highwater at the following places. A 
shows that the annexed quantity of time must be added, 
S. subtracted — h stands for hours — m for minutes. 



Names of Places. 



Amboy 

Annapolis, Md. 

Annapolis, Novs. 

New Bedford 

Boston 

Cape Ann 

Cape Fear 

Caseo Bay 

Charleston Bar 

Fairfield 

Frederica 

Georgetown bar 

Guilford 

Halilax 

Hell Gate 

Hartford 

Huntington 

Ipswich 

Jamestown 

Louisburg 

Main Ocean 

Mobile Point 

Nantucket 



S. 
S. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 

s. 

A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 



h. m.t Names of Place 
5\ Newburyport 



45 



30 



2 

2 45 
50 

3 

45 
6 

1 30 



New Haven 
New Providence 
Norwich Landing 
Penobscot 
Pensacola 
Philadelphia 
Piscataway 
Plymouth 
Port Royal, s. c. 
onsmouth 
' ovide nee 
Quebec 
ihode Island 
Salem 



2 2(ySandy Hook 



Savannah 

Saybi^k 

St. Augustine, B. 

^t. Johns. Newf. 

Tybee Bar 

Williams, Va. 

Wilmington, N. C 



h, m 
2 45 

2 00 
1 25 

45 

3 

1 

4 20 

2 40 

1 45 

30 

2 45 

1 

3 
45 

2 45 

55 

1 12 

15 

1 25 

3 
15 

2 15 
2 U 



ROADS. 



Old Road from Boston 
New York. 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbuiy 
Marlborough 
Northborough 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leiceste" 
Spencer, 
Brookfield, 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Meriden 
Wallingford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 

Bridgeport 

Fairfield 

Saugatuc 

Nor walk 

Darien 

Stamford 

Horseneck 

Eye 

East Chester 

West Farms 

Harlaem Bridge 

New-York 



From Boston to Hart'd. 123 
Hartford to N. York 112 



Whole distance 



235 



Hartford to Windsor y Vt. 
Springfield 28 

Northampton 19 

Oeerfield 23 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor W 

New -London to Newport. 
Westerly Mi 

Tower Hill 2£ 

Naraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 1 

New - York to Washington. 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 

Susquehannah (Havre) 15$ 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Farmington 20 

Worcester IS 

6 Sturbridge 1$> 

' Stafford 16 

Vernon 1$ 

Hartford 14 

Turnpike from New London 

to Providence and Boston* 
My stic > Williams's 7£ 

N. Stonington, Miner's 8& 
Hopkinton City 2£ 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence 3£$ 



ROADS. 



Boston 42 

, Whole distance 92£ 
From New-London to Nor- 
wich and Boston. 

To Montvilie 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 

Plainfield 7 

Sterling 4 

Scituate 11 

Providence 15 

Attleborough 12 

Walpole !(J 

Dedham 10 

Boston 10 

Total 100 
From Boston to Portland. 



Lynn 

Salem 

Ipswich 

New bury port 

Hampton 

Portsmouth 

Kenneheck 

Portland 



Total 119 
New-London to N Haven. 

Lyme IK 

Say brook 3 

Killin»worth g 
Guilford 

Brand ford, 9 

New Haven 8 

Total 53 
New- London to Hartford. 

Montvilie, 8 

em, 6 

Colchester, 6, 

Marlborough* 8.1 



Glastenbury, Welles's 10 

Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

* From Hartford to Albany. 



IVoiihingioa 

N. Hartford 

Winchester 

Norfolk 

Sheffield 

Great Barringtor. 

W, Stockbridge 

N. Canaan 

Chatham 

Nassau Village 

Scbodaek 

Albany, Skinner's 

Total 



10 

10 
3 
8 

14 
6 

10 
8 
6 
4 
6 
6 

94 



JVew Turnpike Road from N. 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. 1* 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads 

Thence to Norwich city 



30 



H 

103 



Total 



50 



From Norwich by Preston 
& Vol unto vvn to Prov. 53 

Thence to Boston 42 

Total J(K> 
From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady ]6 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine J4 

Herkimer 17 

Uiica, Shcpard's 1*> 

Vernon 19 

Manilas $4 



ROADS. 



Marcellus 17 

Skeneatelos 10 

Auburn 6 

Cayuga 4 

Geneva 5 

Gorham 10 

Canandaigua 6 

East Bloomfield 6 

West Bloomfield 5 

Lima 5 Avon 3 8 

Caledonia 7 

Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 

Fr m Canandaigua to «7VV 

agara Falls. 

Genesee River 27^ 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Niagara Falls 21£ 

112- 

From Providence to Hartfd 

Plainfield 30 



Windham 
Hartford 



14 

30 



70- 



Poit Road from Hartford to 

Providence. 
ManchesterlO Coventry 16 
Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 15 
Killingly Centre, 14 

Gloucester 8 Scituate 8 16 
Providence 8J 

Total 694 

Middle Road from Boston ta 

Hartford. 
Dedhani 10 

Pomfret 47 

Hartford 40 

97 

From Hartford to N. Haven, 

through Middletown. 
Middletown 15 

Northford \t 

New Haven 39 — 11 



Distances from Washington to the Capitals 
the States — .Main Post Road. 
JVorthern Route. Southern Route. 

Richmond, Vn. 
Fayettville, N. C. 
Columbus, Ohio, 
Charleston, S C. 
Frankfort, Ken. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Savannah, Geo. 
Min freesboro' Ten. 
Vandalia, Illinois, 
St. Louis, Miso. 
Tuscaloosa, Alab. 
Monticello, Missis. 
New Orleans, Lou. 
Tallahassee, Florida. 
Little Rock, Arkansas, 
Detroit, Michigan, 



To Baltimore 


38 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Philadelphia 


137 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


New York 


227 


New Haven 


304 


Middletown 


329 


Hartford 


336 


New London 


360 


Norwich 


* 373 


Providence 


410 


Boston 


436 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


Montpelier, Vt. 


534 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Eastport 


368 



ofaU 



123 
343 
418 
544 
565 
603 
657 
703 
781 
856 
850 
1233 
1200 
899 
1063 
529 



WEIGHT AND YALUE OF GOLD COINS, 

A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual 
use at the United States Mint, for estimating 
the Value of Gold. 







■ 


'Grains 


Standard Standard 


Names of Coins. 


We 


ght. 


of pure 


be fore 1st 


after 1st 








Gold. 


Augl834 


Augl834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt 


•grs 






$ c. m. 


$ c. m. 


Johannes, half in 
















proportion 


18 








16 




17 06 8 


Dobraon 


34 


12 


759 




30 66 


6 


32 71 4 


Dobra 


18 


6 


401 


5 


16 22 


2 


17 30 5 


Moidore, half in 
















proportion 


6 


22 


152 


% 


6 14 


9 


6 56 


Crusado 




16* 


15 


8 


59 


8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 
















Guinea, half in 
















proportion 


5 


H 


118 


7 


4 79 


6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, do. 


5 


3i 


113 


1 


4 57 




4 87 5 


Seven shillinspiece 


1 


19 


39 


6 


1 60 




1 70 6 


FRANCE. 
















iDoubleLouiSjCoinM 
















before 1786 


10 


11 


224 


9 


9 es 


7 


9 69 4 


Louis do. do. 


5 


5^ 


112 


4 


4 54 


1 


4 84 4 


DoubleLouis,coin'd 
















since 1786 


9 


20 


212 


6 


8 59 




9 16 3 


Louis do. do. 


4 


22 


106 


3 


4 29 


5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, 
















or 40 francs 


8 


7 


179 




7 23 


2 


7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 fr. 


4 


3| 


89 


7 


3 62 


4 


3 86 6 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



Names of Coins. 



COLOMBIA. 
Doubloons 

MEXICO. 
Doubloons, shares 
in proportion 
PORTUGAL. 
Dobraon 
Dobra 
Johannes 
Moidore, half in 

proportion 
Piece of 16 testoons 

or 1600 rees 
Old crusado400ree 
New do. 4S0 rees 
Milree coined 1775 

SPAIN. 

Quadruple pistole 

or doubloon, 17 72, 

double, single and 

shs. io proportion 

Doubloon. 1801 

Pistole, 1801 

Coronillagolddollar 

or Vintem, 1801 
U. STATES OF 

AMERICA. 
Eagle coined before 

July 31, 1834 
Do. coined after do. 
Shares inproportion 



Weight 



pwt.grs. 
17 8i 



17 8J 

34 12 

18 6 
18 

6 22 



Grains 
of pure 
Gold. 



360 5 



360 5 

759 
401 5 



152 2 



2 


6 ] 




15 




16} 


19 3-4 


17 


8-1 


17 


9 2 


4 


8i 


1 


3 


11 


6 


10 


18 



49 
13 
14 

18 



437 

360 

80 



Standard 
before 1st 
/Vug 1834 

$ c. m. 
14 56 



14 56 

30 66 6 
16 22 2 
16 

6 14 9 



1 99 
54 
59 
73 



2 15 03 



22 8 



247 
232 



14 56 
3 64 



10 



92 1 



Standard 
after 1st 
A.ugl834 

$ c. m, 
15 53 8 



15 53 g 



32 11 


4 


17 35 


6 


17 06 


9 


6 56 




2 12 


5 


58 


6 


63 


7 


78 





16 03 3 

15 53 8 

3 88 3 

98 2 



10 66 8 
10 



10 TABL-E OF INTEREST. 

TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 1 w. j 1 m. \ 3 m. i 6 m. 1 1 vr. 


D. c.)d. c.i l>. G.|l). C. 11). c. 


Cents 10 


0.0 










20 
















30 











1 




40 











1 


2 




50 











2 


3 


Dollars 








r i 


3 


0* 6 




2 


o 


1 


3 


6 


12 




~3 


o 


1 


4 


9 


18 




4 


o 


2 


6 


12 


24 




5 


o 


3 


7 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5 


, 15 


30 


60 




20 


2 


10. o so 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 45 


90 


1 80 




40 


5 


20! 60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25* 75 


1 50 


3 




100 


12 


50 1 50 


3 


6 




200 


25 


10 3 


6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 4 50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 01 6 


12 0|24 




500,0 62 


2 50( 7 501 15 0|30 




100C 


)\i 2C 


5 ( 


)115 


|30 


60 



0^7= To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months,take one half of the product, and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, 
on the left hand, are dollars, which is the answer If 
there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, you will find the two right hand figures to 
be fractions, the. two next cerits,and the remainder in 
dollars. 



ELECTORS' MEETINGS, 
Are annually holden in the several Towns on the 
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 



January has 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



© 6th, 6h. 5am. e. 


& 2Lst, 2h. 58m. e. 


) 13th, Oh- 24m. e. 


< 


29th, lh. 43m. e. 


M. | V 


Calendar, &c. |# r. |0 s. | b'.sea | r. ]) s- 


~T 


A 


Circumcision. 


7 28 


4 32 


3 48 


1 12 


2 


2 


? rises 5h. m. ^ ^ 


7 27 


4 33 


4 45 


2 23 


3 


3 


J rises 8h. 7m. 


7 27 


4 33 


5 37 


3 42 


4 


4 


prises 7h. 22m. £ % % 


7 26 


4 34 


6 35 


5 2 


5 


5 


flpiuns low. 


7 26 


4 34 


7 39 


6 14 


6 


6 


Epiphany, ^perigee. 


7 25 


4 35 


8 46 


sets. 


7 


7 


High tides- J yf) 


7 25 


4 35 


9 53 


5 26 


8 


A 


1 S. after Epiphany. 


7 24 


4 36 


10 57 


6 49 


9 


2 


Daybreak 5b. 40m. 


7 24 


4 36 


11 58 


8 13 


10 


3 




7 23 


4 37 


aft. 49 


9 28 


11 


4 


$ rises 5h. 15m. M. 


7 22 


4 38 


1 38 


10 44 


12 


5 




7 21 


4 39 


2 23 


11 50 


13 


6 


prises 6h. 40m. 


7 21 


4 39 


3 8 


morn. 


14 


7 




7 20 


4 40 


3 52 


57 


15 


A 


2 S. after Epiphany. 


7 19 


4 41 


4 38 


2 I 


16 


2 




7 18 


4 42 


5 25 


3 6 


17 


3 


$ rises 6h. 52m. 


7 18 


4 42 


6 14 


4 6 


18 


4 




7 17 


4 43 


7 5 


5 6 


19 


5 


^)runs high, b' gr. elon. 


7 16 


4 44 


7 56 


5 59 


20 


6 


C)apogee. 


7 15 


4 45 


8 47 


6 52 


21 


7 




7 14 


4 46 


9 36 


rises. 


22 


A 


3 S. after Epiphany. 


7 13 


4 47 


10 23 


5 49 


23 


2 


o £© 


7 12 


4 48 


11 7 


6 50 


24 


3 


$ rises 5h. 39m. m. 


7 11 


4 49 


11 50 


7 53 


25 


4 


Conversion of St. Paul. 


7 10 


4 50 


morn. 


8 56 


26 


5 




7 9 


4 51 


31 


10 


27 


6 


Daybreak 5h. 28m. 


7 8 


4 55 


1 12 


11 4 


28 


7 




7 7 


4 53 


1 54 


morn. 


29 


A 


4S. after Epiph. ^ 1? $ 


7 6 


,4 54 


2 39 


10 


30 


2 


l^south 12h. 14m. 


7 5 


4 55 


3 27 


1 19 


31 


3 




7 3 


14 57 


4 20 


2 22 



CALENDAR 

OF THE COURTS IN THIS STATE, ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Hartford, last Tuesday. 

New Haven and Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURT. At Fairfield, first Tuesday. 



February has 28days,beginning onWednesday. 


© 5th, 5h. 21m. m. 


© 20th, 9th. 36m. m. 


) 12th, 4h. 51m. m. 


C 28th, Oh. 44m. m. 


m. | w| Calendar, &c. |0 r. |0 s. | b\sea.|r. D s . 


1 


4IS ^# 


7 2 


4 58 


5 19 


3 41 


2 


5 Purification B. V. M. 


7 1 


4 59 


6 22 


4 59 


3 


6 


If. south 12h. ^ ? ^ 


7 


5 


7 29 


6 7 


4 


7 


©perigee. 


6 59 


5 1 


8 24 


7 


5 


A 


U.uinquas;es. High tides. 


6 57 


5 3 


9 36 


sets. 


6 


2 


DJ?0 <§ | O 


6 56 


5 4 


10 33 


7 4 


7 


3 


Daybreak 5h. 17m. 


6 55 


5 5 


11 25 


8 19 


8 


4 


£ rises 5h. 44m. morn. 


6 54 


5 6 


aft. j4 


9 25 


9 


5 


$ south midnight. 


6 53 


5 7 


1 1 


10 41 


10 


6 




6 51 


5 9 


1 47 


11 49 


11 


7 


Insets 2h. 38m. morn. 


6 50 


5 10 


2 33 


mort). 


12 


A 


1 S. in Lent. 


6 49 


5 11 


3 20 


56 


13 


2 




6 48 


5 12 


4 9 


1 58 


14 


3 


Valentine. 


6 46 


5 14 


5 


3 1 


15 


4 


©runs high. 


6 45 


5 15 


5 51 


3 56 


16 


5 


©apogee. 


6 44 


5 16 


6 42 


4 51 


17 


6 


6 8 ? 


6 42 


5 18 


7 32 


5 35 


18 


7 


^south llh. 6 y© 


6 41 


5 19 


8 19 


6 20 


19 


A 


2 S. in Lent. 


6 40 


5 20 


9 5 


6 46 


20 


2 




6 38 


5 22 


9 45 


rises. 


21 


3 


$ rises 5h. 54m. 


6 37 


5 23 


10 30 


6 50 


22 


4 




6 36 


5 24 


11 12 


7 53 


23 


5 




6 34 


5 26 


11 54 


8 57 


24 


6 


Duybreak 4h- 55m. 


6 33 


5 27 


morn. 


10 4 


25 


7 


$ south lOh. 33m. 


6 S2 


5 28 


37 


11 12 


26 


A 


4 S. in Lent, i % © 


6 30 


5 30 


1 23 


morn* 


27 


2 




6 29 


5 31 


2 14 


23 


28 


3 


^ south lOh. 16m. 


6 28 


5 32 


3 9| 1 18 


The planet Venus will be the Morning Star until the 


31st of May, then Evening Star to the end of the year* 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Litchfield, third Tuesday. Middletown, fourth do. 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Norwich, [a] second Tuesday. 



March has 3 I days, beginning on Wednesday. 
" © St5~3h. 42fl(W b; ! j # 22d, 2h. 9m. m. 
_ ) 13th, ] lh. 22m. e. C 29th, Sh. 30m. m. 



M. 


|*| 


1 


4 


2 


5 


3 


6 


4 


1 


5 


A 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


k 


6 


ii 


7 


H 


A 


13 


2 


14 


3 


15 


4 


16 


.5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


I* 


A 


80 


2 


21 


3 


22 


4 


23 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


2b' 


A 


27 


2 


28 


3 


29 


4 


30 


5 


31 


6 



Calendar, &c. 



»r. 10 s |F.sca|r. J) s. 



Cruris low. 

| Si lOh. l£s. lOh. 
Cpfirigee. d & © 
5 S. in Lent. ^ ? f 
High tides. 
Daybreak 4h. 40m. 



6 26 
6 85 
6 23 
6 22 
6 21 
6 19 
6 18 
6 16 



? aphelion. 
6 S. in Lent. 

£)runs high. 

@)apogee. 
2| south 9h. 
J south 9h. 
Palm Sunday. 
Qenters^ 



6 ¥# 






Good Friday. 
Annun. B. V. M. 
Easter Sunday. 
Daybreak 4h. 12m 
2^south 8h. 19m. 



£s©uth 8h. 



d >?C 



5 34 
5 35 

37 
5 38 
5 39 
5 41 
5 42 
5 44 
5 45 
5 46 
5 48 
5 49 
5 50 

52 
5 53 
5 55 
5 56 
5 5? 

59 




5 58 

5 57 6 
566 
54 

5.8 



5 51 
5 50 
5 49 
5 47 
5 46 
[5 45 



4 9 

5 11 

6 15 

7 17 

8 17 

9 9 
10 

10 49 

11 36 
aft. 23 

1 12 

2 1 

2 52 

3 44 

4 36 

5 26 

6 15 

7 1 

7 45 

8 25 

9 9 
9 52 

10 35 

11 21 
morn. 

10 

1 4 



2 


33 


3 48 


4 


46 


5 


44 


6 


24 


sets. 


7 


5 


8 


16 


9 31 


10 38 


11 


46 


morn. 





50 


1 


47 


2 


45 


3 


22 


4 


19 


4 48 


5 


17 


5 


45 


6 


13 


rises. 


7 


54 


9 


3 


10 


15 


11 


27 


morn. 





S8 


1 


42 


2 46 


3 40 



SUPERIOR COURT. 
At Norwich, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, third do. 
Hartford, fourth do. Tolland, fourth do. 



April has 30 da ys, b eginning on Saturday. 

© 5th, 2h. 23m. m. I #~20th73h752rrT~^~ 

> 12>H. 6V 26m . e. i 27th. 2h. lOh. E . 



<ie Mill', etc. 



I)7|©pengetj. 

■ 1 S. after Easter. ^ y 
Full tide. 



5 43 



3 2 

4 3 

5 4 
6|5 

6 
87 
9 a 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



6 ?0 

6 «® 

©eclipsed. 
Insets 2h. 58m. morn. 
$ sets 3h. morn. 
Daybreak Sh. 56m. 
2 S. after Easter, 
©runs high. 



I%gr.-l«g sjf.sea 

6 17 

6 18 
6 19 
6 21 



r. D s. 



©apog. iUQ 
Sup. ^0 

3 S. after Easter. 



6 $9 



5 41 
5 39 



Insets 2h. 4m. morn. 

©eclipsed. 

£sets 2h. 25m. morn. 

6 *• 

4 S. alter Easter, 
©runs low. 
Daybreak 3h. 32m. 
Insets lh. 38m. morn, 
©perigee. 



a 15 S. after Easter 



38 
36 
35 
34 
32 
31 
30 
28 
27 
26 
24 
23 
22 
5 21 
5 19 
18 
17 
15 
14 
13 
12 
11 
9 
8 
7 
6 



22 

6 24 

6 25 

6 26 

6 28 

6 29 

6 30 

6 32 

6 33 

6 34 

6 36 

6 37 

6 38 

6 39 

6 41 

42 

43 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

51 



6 52 

6 53 

54 



6 4 

6 58 

7 39 

8 37 

9 34 

10 12 

11 9 
11 50 
afu42 

1 34 

2 27 

3 18 

4 8 

4 55 

5 39 

6 22 

7 4 

7 47 

8 30 

9 15 
10 4 

10 58 

11 56 
morn. 

57 

2 

3 1 

3 59 

4 53 



4 15 

4 50 

5 11 

5 32 
sets. 

8 17 

9 25 

10 34 

11 40 
morn. 

36 

1 26 

2 15 

2 51 

3 26 

3 50 

4 14 
4 36 
4 58 
rises. 

8 

9 15 

10 27 

11 38 
morn. 

41 

1 31 

2 21 
2 56 



5 43| 3 31 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

Fairfield, Tuesday following first Monday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Haddam, Tuesday following fir3t Monday,, 
Litchfield, first Tuesday. 



May has 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



g) 4th, 2h. 15m. e. 


O 20th,2h. 41m. m. 




) 12th, Oil. 52m. e. 


C 26th, 8h. 14m. e. 


M 


w.| Calendar, &c. |0 r. |0 s. ( b'.sea (r. J) s. 


1 


2 




5 5 


6 55 


6 31 


3 46 


2 


3 


Ifsets lh. 13m. morn. 


5 3 


6 57 


7 17 


3 59 


3 


4 


Election Hartford. 


5 2 


6 58 


8 3 


4 20 


4 


5 


$ south lh. 40m. Qec\. 


5 1 


6 59 


8 51 


sets. 


5 


6 


6 ?•) 


5 


7 


9 40 


8 18 


6 


7 


Daybieak 3h. 2m. 


4 59 


7 1 


10 31 


9 21 


7 


A 


6 S. after Easter. §)high. 


4 58 


7 2 


11 23 


10 24 


8 


2 




4 57 


7 3 


aft. 17 


11 29 


9 


3 




4 56 


7 4 


1 9 


morn. 


10 


4 




4 55 


7 5 


2 


6 


11 


5 


#)apogee. ^ 2(f) 


4 54 


7 6 


2 48 


43 


12 


6 


cJ £(f 


4 53 


7 7 


3 33 


1 20 


13 


7 




4 52 


7 8 


4 16 


1 49 


14 


A 


Whitsunday. 


4 51 


7 9 


5 


2 17 


15 


2 




4 50 


7 10 


5 40 


2 39 


16 


3 




4 49 


7 11 


6 22 


3 1 


17 


4 


If south Oh. 25m. morn. 


4 48 


7 12 


7 6 


3 22 


18 


5 


| south lh. Su. d ? 


4 47 


7 13 


7 54 


3 43 


19 


6 


c4 *?C> 


4 46 


7 14 


8 46 


4 2 


20 


7 


Full tides. 


4 45 


7 15 


9 44 


rises. 


21 


A 


Trinity Sunday. 


4 44 


7 16 


10 45 


9 24 


22 


2 




4 43 


7 17 


11 50 


10 31 


23 


3 


$)perigee. 


4 42 


7 18 


morn. 


11 28 


24 


4 




4 42 


7 18 


54 


morn. 


25 


5 


Daybreak 2h. 35m. 


4 41 


7 19 


1 54 


11 


26 


6 


<*¥(» 


4 40 


7 20 


2 50 


48 


27 


7 


Insets 1 lh. 46m. 


4 39 


7 21 


3 41 


1 25 


28 


A 


1 S. after Trinity. 


4 39 


7 21 


4 29 


1 48 


29 


2 




4 38 


7 22 


5 15 


2 10 


30 


3 


J sets Oh. 26m. morn. 


4 37 


7 23 


6 


2 35 


31 


4 




4 37 


7 23 


6 46 


3 



JVo Courts holden in this months 



June has 30 days, beginning on Thursday. 



© 3d, 2h. 57m. a*. 
) 11th, 5h. 43m 



# 18th, lOh. 5m. m. 
( 25th, lh. 12m- m. 



M. 


|w 


| Calendar, &c. 


i0r.|#s.|F.sea|r.Ds. 


1 


5 


Daybreak 2h. 25m. 


4 36 


7 24 7 43 


3 27 


2 


6 


£ south Oh. 18m. morn. 


4 36 


7 24 8 23 


3 57 


3 


7 


6 ?® d b« 


4 35 


7 25 9 15 


sets. 


4 


A 


2 S. after Trin. (f high. 


4 34 


7 26 10 8 


9 9 


5 


2 




4 34 


7 26 11 1 


9 56 


6 


3 


2(south llh. 13m. 


4 33 


7 27 11 52 


10 42 


7 


4 




4 33 


7 27 aft.42 


11 14 


8 


5 


#)apogee. ^ ^<J> 


4 33 


7 27 1 28 


U 46 


9 


6 


? sets 7h. 58m. 


4 32 


7 28 2 12 


morn. 


10 


7 




4 32 


7 28 2 53 


10 


11 


A 


3 S. after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28 3 34 


37 


is 


2 




4 31 


7 29 4 15 


1 2 


13 


3 




4 31 


7 29 4 57 


1 21 


14 


4 




4 31 


7 29 5 43 


1 40 


15 


5 


$s. llh. 39m. 4 TpdD 


4 31 


7. 29 6 32 


2 6 


16 


6 




4 31 


7 29 7 27 


2 32 


17 


7' 




4 31 


7 29 8 27 


3 13 


18 


A 


4 S. after Trinity. . 


4 30 


7 30 9 33 


rises. 


19 


2 


Full tides. 


4 30 


7 30 10 39 


9 16 


20 


3 


(§ perigee. 


4 30 


7 30 11 43 


10 1 


21 


4 


Oent.gs ? s. 8h. 14m. 


4 30 


7 30 morn 


10 45 


22 


5 




4 30 


7 30 42 


11 16 


23 


6 


"4 sets lOh. 16m. 


4 30 


7 30 1 37 


11 48 


24 


7 


Nat. St. John, Bap. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 26 


norn. 


25 


A 


5 S. after Trinity. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 13 


6 


26 


2 


Daybreak 2h. 19rg. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 59 


41 


27 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


4 44 


1 5 


28 


4 


$ sets llh. 


4 31 


7 29 


5 31 


1 29 


29 


5 


? sets 8h. 23m. 


4 31 


7 29 


6 19 


2 


30 


6 




4 32 


7 28 


7 9 


2 30 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
At Hartford, second Tuesday. Litchfield, third do. 
Danbur\, [a] fourth do. New Haven, Tuesday 

following 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At New London, 2d Tuesday. New Haven, 4th do. 



< 


July has 3 1 days, beginning 


on Saturday. 


g 2d, 4h. 43m. e. 


O 17th, 6h. 4m. e. 


) 10th, 8h. 23m. e. 


( 24th, 9h. 10m. 


M. 


M. |W. 


Calendar, &c. 


»r. 


|#s.JF.sea 


r. j) s. 


] 


V 


Insets 9h. 44m. 


4 31 


7 29 8 2 


310 


1 


A 


6 S. after Trinity. 


4 32 


7 28 8 53 


sets. 


3 


2 


^)runs high. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 47 


8 48 


4 


3 


A#® Ind. 1776. 


4 33 


7 27 


10 37 


9 19 


5 


4 


£>apogee. £ 7j.(§ 


4 33 


7 27 


11 24 


9 50 


6 


5 


Daybreak 2h. 16m. 


4 33 


7 27 


alt. 8 


10 14 


7 


6 


? sets 8h. 10m. 


4 34 


7 26 


50 


10 38 


8 


7 




4 34 


7 26 


1 31 


10 57 


9; a 


7 S. aftei Trinity. 


4 35 


7 25 


2 li 


11 16 


10[2 




4 36 


7 24 


3 52 


11 39 


11 3 


£sets lOh. 29m. 


4 36 


7 24 


3 34 


morn, 


12 4 


6 *?d 


4 37 


7 23 


4 21 


3 


13 5 


If sets 9h. 


4 38 


7 22 


5 12 


34 


14 6 


J? station. 


4 38 


7 22 


6 8 


1 5 


15 7 


(J) runs low. 


4 39 


7 21 


7 11 


1 48 


16 A 


8 S. after Trinity. 


4 40 


7 20 


8 17 


2 30 


17,2 




4 40 


7 20 


9 23 


rises. 


18 3 


dDperigee. 


4 41 


7 19 


10 27 


8 41 


19 4 




4 42 


7 18 


11 25 


9 13 


20 5 


6W9. 


4 43 


7 17 


morn. 


9 44 


2li6 


? sets 8h. 24m. 


4 43 


7 17 


18 


10 9 


22 7 




4 44 


7 16 


1 8 


10 33 


23|a 


9 S. after Trinity. 


4 45 


7 15 


1 55 


10 58 


24 2 




4 46 


7 14 


2 44 


11 23 


25 


3 


$s. 9h. 50m. Dog days. 


4 47 


7 13 


3 29 


11 50 


26 


4 


Daybr. 2h. 44m. <4 ? 2{ 


4 48 


7 12 


4 17 


morn. 


27 


5 


Insets 8h. 15m. 


4 49 


7 11 


5 7 


22 


28 


6 


$)runs high. 


4 50 


7 10 


5 58 


1 4 


2C* 


>7 




4 51 


7 9 


6 51 


1 46 


30 


A 


10 S. after Trinity. 


4 52 


7 ' 8 


7 43 


2 41 


3] 


2 






4 53 


7 7 


8 33 


3 37 



SUPREME COURT OP ERRORS. 

ItMiddietown, [a] 2d Tuesday. N.Ljondon, [a] 3d do. 
Brooklyn, 4th do. Tolland, Tuesday after 4th do, 



August has 3 i days, beginning on Tuesday. 
© 1st, 7h. 33nT^ I $ 16th', Oh. 52m. m. 

) 9th, 8h. 35m. m. I C 22d, 8h- 29m. R. 

(5) 30th, 11 h. 13 m. e. 



M.| 


\v. 


Calendar, &x. 


# r - <0 s - 


F.sea | r. J) s. 


1)3 




4 54 


7 6 


9 21 


sets; 


'2 


4 


f)apogee. & %% 


4 55 


7 5 


10 6 


8 19 


3 


5 


6 ?€) 


4 56 


7 4 


10 59 


8 41 


4 


6 


$ sets 8h. 10m. 


4 57 


7 3 


11 30 


9 3 


5 


7 


Daybreak 3h. 


4 58 


7 2 


aft.10 


9 22 


6 


A 


US. after Trin. d ' $ f) 


4 59 


.7 1 


50 


9 42 


7 


2 


£sets 9h. 16m. 


5 


7 


1 31 


10 4 


8 


3 


2{sejfi 7h. 33m. 


5 1 


6 59 


2 15 


10 26 





4 


d *?•) 


5 2 


6 58 


3 2 


10 57 


10 


5 




5 4 


6 56 


3 55 


11 27 


1J 


6 


f)runs low. 


5 5 


6 55 


4 53 


morn. 


IS 


7 




5 6 


6 54 


5 56 


15 


13 


A 


12 S. after Trinity. 


5 7 


6 53 


7 1 


1 21 


14 


2 




5 8 


6 52 


8 6 


2 27 


15 


3 


? sets f h. 


5 9 


6 51 


9 7 


3 22 


16 


4 


f) perigee. 


5 10 


6 50 


10 4 


rises. 


17 


5 


High tides. rf I£f> 


5 12 


6 48 


10 56 


8 10 


18 


6 




5 13 


6 47 


11 46 


8 34 


19 


7 




5 14 


6 46 


morn. 


8 58 


20 


A 


13 S. after Trinity. 


5 16 


6 44 


34 


9 2£ 


21 


2 




5 17 


6 43 


1 23 


9 521 


22 


3 


J sets 8h. 35m. & l\.® 


5 18 


6 42 


2 12 


io m 


23 


4 




5 19 


6 41 


3 2 


11 


24 


5 


7% rise 9h. 50m. 


5 21 


6 39 


3 53 


11 44 


25 


6 


f)runs high. 


5 22 


6 38 


4 46 


morn. 


26 


7 


Daybreak 3h. 34m. 


5 23 


6 37 


5 39 


37 


27 


A 


14 S. after Trinity. 


5 25 


6 35 


6 30 


1 35 


2a 


2 




5 26 


6 34 


7 19 


2 34 


29 


3 


(fapogee. ^ Iff) 


5 27 


6 33 


8 5 


3 36 


30 


4 


$ rise 7h. 41m. 


5 28 


6 32 


8 48 


sets. 


31 


5 




5 30 


6 30 9 30 


7 7 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 

Tolland, fourth Tuesday, 



September has 30 days, beginning 


on Friday 


) 7th, 6h. 25m. e. 


C 21st, llh.7m. m. 


m|w| 


14th, 8h. 41m. m. 


© 29th, 3h. 14m. e. 


Calendar, &c. ($r.|^s. 


F.sea |r. > s. 


1 


6 


£sets 8h. 13m. 


5 31 


6 29 


10 


7 22 


2 


7 


d «• d ?• 


5 32 


6 28 


10 50 


7 47 


3 


A 


15S, aft. T. D. clays end. 


5 33 


6 27 


11 30 


8 11 


4 


2 


rj ?• 


5 35 


6 25 


aft- 12 


8 32 


5 


3 


$ set 7h. 33m. 


5 36 


6 24 


58 


8 54 


6 


4 


Day br. 3h. 55m. 


5 38 


6 23 


1 84 


9 31 


7 


5 


© runs low. 


5 39 


6 21 


2 43 


10 7 


8 


6 


Nat. BVM. ^® 


5 40 


6 20 


3 22 


11 


9 


7 




5 41 


6 19 


4 44 


morn. 


10 


A 


16S aft. T. 


5 43 


6 17 


5 47 


7 


11 


g 




5 44 


6 16 


6 49 


1 26 


12 


3 


I£rise4h. 17m. morn. 


5 45 


6 15 


7 46 


2 44 


13 


4 


©perigee. 


5 47 


6 13 


8 41 


4 5 


14 


5 


High tides. 


5 48 


6 12 


9 32 


rises-. 


15 


6 




5 49 


6 H 


10 22 


6 58 


16 


7 


£s7h.39rru 


5 51 


6 9 


11 11 


7 23 


17 


A 


17S. aft. T. 


5 52 


6 8 


morn. 


7 49 


18 


2 




5 54 


6 6 


1 


8 25 


19 


3 


? sets 7h. 15ra, 


5 55 


6 5 


53 


9 1 


20 


4 




5 56 


6 4 


1 45 


9-45 


21 


5 


©runs high. 


5 58 


6 2 


2 39 


10 29 


22 


6 


0enters^= 


5 59 


6 1 


3 32 


n 24 


23 


7 


!{. rise 3h. 46m. morn. 


6 


6 


4 25 


morn. 


24 


A 


18S. after Tr. 


6. 2 


5. 58 


5 15 


24 


25 


2 


©apogee. 


6 3 


5 57 


6 1 


1 27 


26 


3 


D. br. 4h. 26m. 6 U% 


6 4 


5 56 


6 48 


2 30 


27 


4 


$ sets 7h. 15m. 


6 6 


5 54 


7 28 


3 31 


28 


5 


0fast clock 9m. 


6 7 


5 53 


8 9 


4 32 


29 


6 


? set, 7h. 


6 9 


5 51 


8 49 


sets. 


30 


7 


6 «• 


6 10 


5 50 


9 29 


6 10 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Haddam, first Tuesday. New London, 2d do. s 
Hartford, fourth Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Litcnfield, fourth Tuesday. 



October has 31 days, beg 


nning on 


Sunday, 


) 7th, 2h. 26m. m. 




C 21st, 5n. ttm. m. 


# 13th. 6h. 28m. e. 




© 29th, 6h. 46m. m. 


m iwj Calendar, &.c. 


10 »M# s.jF.sea.jr. ) s. 


1 A 


19S. after Tr. 


( 


3 1U 


5 4SJ10 12 


6 36 


2 2 


6 ?# 4.tn turn 




3 .13 


5 47 


10 57 


7 8 


33 


6 ih 6 ? \ 6 ? t 




3 14 


5 46 


11 45 


7 37 


4 4 


Day br. 4h. 40m. 




5 16 


5 44 


aft. 38 


8 16 


5 5 


©runs low. 




6 17 


5 43 


1 35 


8 54 


fc 6 






6 18 


5 42 


2 36 


10 4 


7 7 


1[\\ 3h. morn. 




6 20 


5 40 


3 37 


11 5 


8 a 


20S. after Tr. 




6 21 


5 39 


4 36 


morn. 


9 2 






6 22 


5 38 


5 34 


39 


JOS 


$ set 6h. 49m. 




6 24 


5 36 


6 28 


1 50 


31 4 


©perigee. 




6 25 


5 35 


7 19 


3 00 


12 t 






6 26 


5 34 


8 8U17 


13 e 


) High tides. ®ecli 


ps. 


6 28 


5 32 


8 58 


rises. 


14 - 


f 




6 30 


5 30 


9 47 


5 47 


15 t 


> 21S. aft. Tr. 




6 31 


5 29 


10 39 


6 19 


16 ! 


~ 2 sets 6h. 54m. 




6 32 


5 28 


11 32 


6 50 


i7 : 


1 




6 34 


5 26 


morn. 


7 34 


18 » 


1 (5) runs high. 




6 35 


5 25 


27 8 18 


19 






6 36 


5 24 


1 22] 9 16 


20 


6 




6 38 


5 22 


2 16 10 14 


21 


7 




6 39 


5 21 


3 8 11 16 


22 


A 22S. after Tr. 11 rises 


2h. 


6 40 


5 20 


3 56 morn. 


23 


^ ©apogee. [21m. morn 


6 42 


5 19 


4 41, 18 


24 


SDaybr. 5h. $#% 




6 44 


5 1C 


5 24'; 1 19 


25 


4 $ sets 6h. 18m. 




6 45 


5 1£ 


6 5 1 2 21 


26 


5 




6 47 


5 K 


\ 6 45 3 21 


27 


6 $ sets 6h. 53m. 




6 4£ 


• 5 1$ 


I 7 26 


;' 4 22 


2ii 


7 




6 4< 


)5 U 


8 i 


J 5 28 


29 


a 23S. aftei Tr. ©eclipsed 


6 5( 


)5 1( 


) 8 tt 


J sets. 


30 


I 6 h® 




6 5115 J 


) 9 41 


L 5 31 


31. 


-Id tm 


»6 52'5 J 


J 10 33 6 5 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, 2d do, 
Tolland, third do, Danbury, last do. 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Middletown, third Tuesday. 



NovEMBRFthas 30days, boginningon Wednesday. 



) 5th, 9h. 37m. m. 
O 12th, 6h. 43m. m. 



C 20th, lh. 47m. m. 
© 27th, 9h. 3m. m. 



M ]\V\ 



(Calendar, &e. 



4 
6 

3f6 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14£ 

>- w 4 



15< 
16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

2fe 

27 

28 3 

£9 4 

39 



All Saints. 



6 ?• 



? set 6h. 58m. 
Qfast clock 16m. 
24S. after Tr. 
Day br. 5h. 20m. 
©perigee. 



$ sets 5h. 35m. 
Full tides. 
25S. after Tr. 



©runs high. 



? sets 7h. 16m. 

©apogee. 

If rises Oh. 44m. morn. 



Day br. 5h. 35m. 

? sets 7h. 34m. 
'©runs low. 



!#M s.iF.sea.jr. ) s - 
6 537c 

6 54; 
6 55 ! 

57 i 

58 < 

59 | 
0< 



5 
5 

5 2 



5 

14 
34 



11 30 
aft- 30 

1 31 

2 31 

3 28 

4 21 

5 12 

6 
6 48 

561 7 3d 
55 8 2' 
54 9 18 
53110 It 
52.11 I 
51 morn 
50; 4 
49] 59 
48i 1 48 
47| 2 35 
3 



19 
4 
4 41 



6 45 

7 31 

8 23 
39' 9 19 

3810 20 

3811 23 



6 52 


7 54 


8 '>6 


10 13 


11 30 


morn. 


47 


2 2 


3 14 


4 26 


5.32 


rises. 


5 22 


6 12 


7 1 


8 2 


9 2 


10 5 


11 7 


morn. 


9 


1 5 


2 


3 9 


4 18 


5 25 


sets. 


4 44 


'5 45 


6 46 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, second Tuesday. Norwich, second do. 
New Haven, fourth Tuesday. 



December haa 31 days, beginning on Fri 


day. 


) 4th, 5h. 6m. e. 


C 19th, llh. 26 n. e. 


$ 11th, 9h: 31m- m. 


(5) 27th, 9h. 46m. m. 


m [W[ Calenaar, &c. I#r. ifps. \b .sea.j* .) s. 


1 6 


Day br. 5h. 39m. 


7 23 


4 37 


aft, 26 


8 


2 7 
3 A 


g)perigee. 
Adv- Sunday. 


7 24 

7 24 


4 36 
4 36 


1 24 

2 lb 


9 19 
10 35 


4 2 




7 25 


4 35 


3 t 


11 52 


5 3 


? sets 7h. 46m. 


7 25 


4 35 


3 5' 


morn. 


64 




7 26 


4 34 


4 44 


1 2 


75 


2£rise 7h. 50m. 


7 26 


4 34 


5 31 


2 14 


86 




7 27 


4 33 


6 1J9 


3 33 


9 7 




7 27 


4 33 


7 8 


4 36 


10 A 


2S. in Adv. 


7 28 


4 32 


8 1 


5 43 


11,2 




7 28 


4 32 


8 57 


rises. 


12 3 


(g)runs high. 


7 29 


4 31 


9 52 


4 50 


13 4 




7 29 


4 31 


10 47 


5 49 


14 5 


? sets 8h. 


7 29 


4 31 


11 39 


% 48 


15 C 


$ sets 5h. 32m. 


7 29 


4 31 


morn. 


7 51 


16 i 




7 30 


4 30 


28 


8 54 


17 / 


i 3S. in Adv. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 13 


9 55 


18 i ; 


J g)apogee. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 55 


10 56 


19 1 


5 Day br. 5h. 44m. 


7 30 


4 30 


2 35 


11 59 


20 . 


[ 11 rises llh. 


7 30 


4 30 


3 15 


morn. 


21 f 




7 30 


4 30 


3 55 


57 


22 ( 


> $ sets 8h. 1 7m. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 36 


2 


23 


1 


7 30 


4 30 


5 20 


3 3 


24, 


^ 4S. in Adv. 


7 30 


4 30 


6 9 


4 16 


26 ' 


2 Christmas. 


7 30 


4 30 


7 3 


5 28 


26 


3 (0)runs low. 


7 39 


4 31 


8 2 


6 44 


27 < 


1 ■ • 


7 29 


4 31 


9 6 


sets. 


28 


5 High tides. 


7 29 


4 31 


10 10 


5 40 


29 


S 


7 29 


4 31 


11 12 


7 2 


30 


7 ITrises 10b. 23m. 


7 2£ 


4 32|aft. 1 1 


8 23 


31 


a! 


7 2£ 


4 32 j 1 5 1 9 40 


COUNTY COURTS. 


At 


Brooklyn, second Tuesday 


Li 


tchfie 


Id, thii 


d do. 



Tolland, fourth Tuesday. 



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GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 23 

GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

HENRY W. EDWARDS, Governor. 
Salary, $1100. 

EBENEZER STODDARD, Lieut. Governor. 

Salary $300. 

JEREMIAH BROWN, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary. 
Salary $84. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 
WILLIAM FIELD, Comptroller of Public Accounts, 

Salary $1000. 

SILAS MIX, Executive Secretary. 



1st; 


No. 1, 


K 


2, 


it 


3, 


a 


4, 


a 


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4.i 


6, 


it 


7, 


it 


8, 


U 


9, 


it 


10, 


a 


U« 


*t 


12. 


a 


13, 


u 


14, 


ft 


15, 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

SENATOR S . 
WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH. 
SAMUEL MILLS. 
GEORGE MITCHELL. 
ABIJAH CARRINGTON. 
JOEL HINMAN. 
ANSON FOOTE. 
CODDINGTON BILLINGS. 
WELCOME A. BROWNING 
STEPHEN D. T1LDEN. 
SAMUEL BEARDSLEY. 
ELI BEARDSLEY. 
BENJAMIN ISAACS. 
JOEL W. WHITE. 
ICHABOD BULKLEY. 
JAMES BEEBE. 



24 SENATORS — REPRESENTATIYES. 

16, GEORGE TAYLOR. D 

17, MARTIN STRONG. 1 1 

18, JOHN STEWART. 

19, CHARLES ARNOLD, 

20, ORRIN HOLT. y 

21, THOMAS CLARK. | 
ROBINSON S. HINMAN, Clerk of the Senate. \ 

} 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

CHAUNCEY F. CLEVELAND, Speaker. 
WILLIAM P. BURRALL, > nl * a % 
JOHN C. PALMER, $ Klerks. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, William Hungerford, Jonathan Goodwin, 
Avon, Samuel Bishop- 
Berlin, Lorenzo P. Lee, Shubael Risley. 
Bloomfield Hiram Roberts. 
Bristol, George W. Bartholomew. 
Burlington, Gad Frisbie. 
Canton, Lancel Foot. 

East-Hartford, Samuel L Pitkin, Ozias Roberts. 
East Windsor, Daniel Chapin, Chester White. 
Enfield, Jabez King, Jabez L. Taylor. 
Farmington, Thomas Youngs, Adna Whiting. 
Glastenbury, Robert Hunt, Thaddeus Wells. 
Granby, Ezekiel Alderman, Joel C. Holcomb. 
Hartland, Thomas Sugden, Nat. Gaylord, jr. 
Marlborough, Richard D. Gelson. 
Manchester, Benjamin L\man. 
Simsbury, Ambrose Adams, Shubael S. Hoskins. 
Southington, Isaac Shepherd, Josiah B. Andrews. 
Suffield, Levi Stanley, Odiah L. Sheldon. 
Wethersfield, John Warner, jr. Leonard C. Hubbard. 
Windsor, Richard Niles, James Loomis. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

New HAVEN,WiIliam W. Boardman, Levi Gilbert, 2d, 
Bethany, Harry French. v 

Branford, Levi Bradley. 
Cheshire, Benjamin Ives, Alfred Doolittle, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 25 

Derby, Daniel L. Holbrook. 

East-Haven, James Thompson. 

Guilford, George Landon, Nathaniel Griffin g. 

Hamden, Jared Bassett. 

Madison, Frederick S. Field. 

Meriden, Asahel Curtiss. 

Middlebury, Marcus Bronson. 

Milford, Selah Strong, Treat Clark. 

North Branford, Rufus Rogers. 2d. 

North Haven, Amasa Thorp. 

Orange, Nathan Merwin. 

Oxford, Hiram Osborne. 

Prospect, Joseph Paine. 

Southbury, Daniel Hinman. 

Wallingford, Ransom Johnson, Nathan Hall. 

Waterbury, Timothy Ball, Marshall Hoadley. 

Wolcott, "Daniel Holt. 

"Woodbridge, Levi Peck. 

NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 

New-London, [No choice.] 

Norwich, Charles W. Rockwell. Lewis Hyde. 

Bozrah, David A. Fox. 

Colchester, Joshua B. Rogers, Asahel Skinner. 

Franklin, Henry Hazen. 

Grisvvoldl William Lord. 

Groton, Jacob Gallup, Sanford Stark. 

Lebanon, Julius Clark, Erastu» Hutchinson. 

Ledyard, [New town.] 

Lisbon, Nathan Brewster. 

Lyme, Lodowick Bill, Sylvester Champion. 

Montville, Azel F. Rogers. 

North Stonington, Gurdon Hewitt, Latham Hull, jr. 

Preston, John F. Mott, Erastus O'Brien. 

Salem, Matthias W. Baker. 

Stoninston, Thomas Hinckley, Samuel Cheesbrough. 

Waterford, John Congdon. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Andrew Bulkley, Thomas B. Osborn, 
Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy. 



126 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Brookfield, Benjamin Hawley. 

Danbury, Ephraim W. White, Hiram Benjamin, 

Darien, Holly Bell. 

Greenwich, Conkling Husted, Frederick Lockwood. 

Huntington, Lucius Gilbert. 

Monroe, Cyrus R. Beardsley. 

New Canaan, Stephen Hoyt, jr. 

New Fairfield, Samuel T. Barnum. 

Newtown, Oliver Northrop, Daniel Skidmore. 

Norwalk, Noah Wilcox, Lewis Gregory. 

Reading, Ralph Sanford, Burr Meeker. 

Ridgefield, Aaron Lee, Joseph C. Sears. 

Sherman, Edward Briggs. 

Stamford, Royal L. Gay, Joshua B. Ferris. 

Stratford, Stiles Judson. 

Trumbull, Joshua L. Nichols. 

Weston, James Baldwin, David Patchen, 

Westport, Thomas F. Rowland. 

Wilton, Charles Marvin, 

WINDHAM COUNTY, 

Brooklyn, John Day. 

Ashford, Luther Warren, Michael Richmond. 

Canterbury, Ethan Chaffee, Benjamin Delop. 

Chaplin, Giddings W. Keyes. 

Hampton, Chauncey F. Cleveland. 

Killingly, Justin Hammond, Aaron Roods. 

Plainfield, Francis B. Johnson, Jonathan Goff 

Pomfret, Scarborough Osgood, Reuben Spauldino-, 

Sterling, John Gallup. 

Thompson, Jonathan Nichols, George Nichols. 

Voluntown, Elisha Potter. 

Windham, Alfred Howes, Levi Johnson. 

Woodstock, Andrew A. Williams. Ichabod Corbin, 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Morris Woodruff, Phineas Lord. 
Barkhamstead, Hiram Goodwin, Elijah Jones. 
Bethlem, James Allen. 

Canaan, Nathaniel Stephens, William P. Burrali. 
Colebrook, Samuel Simons, jr. Gilbert Baxter, 



L 



REPRESENTATIVES. 2T 

Cornwall, Caleb Jones, William Clark. 
Goshen, William Miles, Collins Baldwin. 
' Harwinton, Augustus S. Johnson, Andrew Abernethy, 
Kent, Hiram Converse. 

New-Hartford, Richard B. Cowles, Benadam Kasson. 
New-Milford, Lyman Hyne, Perry Smith. 
Norfolk, Benjamin Welch, jr. Darius Phelps. 
Plymouth, Eli Potter. 
Roxbury, David Brothwell. 
Salisbury, Frederick Walton, John Ensign. 
Sharon, Ansel Sterling, Zacheus W. Bissel. 
Torrington, Giles Whiting, John Gillet. 
Warren, Elijah Hayes. 

Washington, Joseph Titus, jr. Charles Lemmon. 
Watertown, Leman W. Cutler. 
Winchester, Rufus Drake. 
Woodbury, Peter F. Peck, William H. Bacon. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Stillman K.Wightman.Wm. Plumb, 2d. 
Chatham, Guy Cooper, John Markham, jr. 
Chester, [Newtown.] - 
Durham, Munson Strong, Lucius Foote. 
East-Haddam, John C. Palmer, William Marsh. 
Haddam, Lyman E. Burr, Warren Tyler. 
Killingworth, James A. Pratt, David P. Kelsey. 
Saybrook, Richard P. Williams, Joseph H. Hayden. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Carlos Chapman, John Warren. 
Bolton, Isaac Keeney. 
Columbia. Barker W. Brown. 
Coventry, Daniel P. Crosby, Marvin Curtiss. 
Ellington, Asa Wiliej. 
Hebron, George Strong, Austin Tuttle. 
Mansfield, John Martin, Cordial S. Hovey. 
Somers, Asa Fuller, Alpheus Billings. 
Stafford, ' 

Union, William P. Sessions, Nathaniel Newell. 
Vernon, Allen Talcott. 

Willington, Walter Newcomb, Benjamin Lillibridge. 
Towns, 1£6. Representative^ 206, 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 



JUDGES OP THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Chief Judge. 
Clark Bissell, Jabez W. Huntington, 

Samuel Church, Henry M. Waite. 



Allotment of Judges for the year 1837. 

WINTER CIRCUIT* 
William», C. J. Fairfield and New-London. 
Bissell, J. Hartford. 

Church, J. New-Haven. 

Huntington, J. Litchfield and Tolland. 
Waite, J. Middlesex and Windham. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



COUNTY COURT. 

Lorain T. Pease, Esq. Chief Jud^e. 
Asso. Judges, Ira E. Smith, David E. Hubbard. 
Phil* A. Goodwin, Esq. Clerk of Superior, and Coun- 
ty Courts. 
Nathaniel Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 
Hartford — Thomas Day, Joseph Pratt, Jeremiah 
Brown, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, Isaac Perkins, 
Waterman Roberts, Cyprian Nichols, Daniel L. Sis- 
son, William W. Ellsworth, Charles Shepherd, Thos. 
Roberts, William Field, John Stanwood, Thomas C. 
Perkins, Albert Day, William Hayden, Solomon Por- 
ter, Gaius Lyman, John M. Niles, Lemuel Humphrey, 
Isaac Toucey, Thomas H. Seymour, Job Aliyn, Sime- 
on Arnold, Charles Chapman, Benning Mann, John 
Russel, Samuel H. Huntington, Royal R. Hinman, 
Thomas Cooley, George Putnam, Gideon Wells, Jas. 
G. Bolles, Henry A. Mitchell, Jesse Savage, Denison 
Morgan, Elihu Olmsted, Nathan Seymour, Philo A. 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

Goodwin, William A. Durand, Nathan Allyn, Caleb 
Pond, Morgan Goodwin, jr. Henry Mix, Eras. Smith. 
Avon — Amasa Woodford, Truman Woodford, Lu- 
thor Woodford, Corrie Hi^ley, Romanta Woodruff, 
John H. Miller, Francis Woodford, Samuel Bishop. 

Berlin — Luther Beckley, Levi Barnes, Ira E. Smith, 
William Smith, Abijah Flagg, Benjamin Wilcox, Geo. 
J. Hooker, Edwin Barnes, John Hubbard, Amri R. 
Palmer, James Newbury, jr. Elisha Moore. 

Bristol — Joel Truesdell, George Mitchell, Charles 
G.Ives, Avery Atkins, George Welch, Sylvester Wil- 
lard, Harvey Case, George W. Bartholomew. 

Burlington — Gad Frisbe, Ira Bronson, W T illiam 
Marks, Darius F. Butler, Truman Smith, Benj. Weed. 
Canton — Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Darius Humph- 
rey, Lorin Humphrey, Ephraim Mills, Theodore Pet- 
tibone, Henry Nash, xlustin N. Humphrey, Elisha K. 
Root, Ansel Humphrey. 

East-Hartford, — Samuel Brewer, Giles Olmstead, 
William Coley, Samuel Arnold, John Kennedy, Mah- 
lon Forbes, Samuel L. Pitkin, Eli Barnum, Leonard 
Hills, Martin Stanley, Cornelius Burnharn. 

East- Windsor— Samuel Bartlett, Timothy Ellsworth, 
Horace Barber, Horace Newbury, Josiah Ellsworth, 
Alexander Wells, Bethuel Kingsiey, Solomon Terry, 
jr. Joshua Risley, William Parsons, Horace Grant, 
Ebenezer Pinney, Joseph S. Bartlett, Samuel Mills, 
Frederick W r . Grant. 

Enfield — Jabez Collins, Lorain T« Pease, Henry 
Kingsbury, Jabez King, Geor Terry, John Mason, 
Creorge Randall, Samuel Booth. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman, William A. Ives, 
Thomas Youngs, Giles Stillman, Adna Whiting, 
Horace Cowles, Egbert Cowles. 

Glastenbury— David E. Hubbard, Pardon Brown, 
George Merrick, Henry Dayton, Thaddeus Welles, 
George Covill, Frary Hale, jr. Asahel Hollister, David 
Curtiss, Sylvester Blish, Oliver Brainerd, Parley Bid- 
well, William H. Turner. 

Granby— Joab Griffin, Joel Holcomb, Horace Clark, 



30 JUDICIAL A^D CIVIL 

Abner Case, Daniel Flayes, Charles T. Hillyer, Anson 
Bates, Oliver Alderman, Edmund Thompson, Cullen 
Hayes, Joshua R. Jewett, Justus D. Wilcox, Grove 
Griswold, Edmund Holcomb, Anson N. Holcomb. 

Hartland — Willis Wright, Phelps Humphrey, Eli 
T. Wilder, Henry Robinson, Benjamin Giddens, Wil- 
liam H. Haggens, Francis Clark. 

Manchester — Ephraim Willis, George W. Chaney, 
John Mather, Martin Keney, Normand Buckland, 
Eleazer W. Hollister, Ashbel W. Case, Eli Pitkin, 
Matthew C, Cadwell, George Carroll, Marvin Cone. 
Marlborough — Samuel F. Jones, William W. Rich- 
mond, Aaron Phelps, Richard D. Gelston, Ezra Hall. 
Soutfiington — Isaac Shepherd, Josiah B. Andrews, 
Asahel Newell, James Tyler, Roswell Cook, Asahel 
Thorp, Julius Bristol, Orren Peck, Philip A. Cowles, 
Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, John O. P©ttibone,Asaph 
Fuller, Ambrosa Adams. Lewis Dickinson, Moses 
Ensign, Shubael S. Hoskins, Allyn Pinney, William 
Mitchelson, Lot Pinney, Whiting Shepherd, Guy R. 
Phelps, Henry Ely, Everett Wilcox. 

Suffield — William Gay, David Hale, Luther Loom- 
is, Samuel Norris, Henry Pease, Calvin Freeman, Jul- 
ius C. Sheldon, David Hastings, Julius Harmon, Ed- 
win P. Stevens, Gamaliel Fowler, Israel Harmon^ 
Neland Loomis, Gad Sheldon. 

Wethersfield — James L. Belden, Elias Francis, Al- 
lyn Smith, Ashbel Robinson, Alfred Francis, Wells 
Adams, Amos Pillsbury, Eberiezer Goodale, Henry 
Buckley, Harvey Francis, Elizur Dickinson, Robert 
Francis, jr. Leonard C. Hubbard, Selden Derning. 

Windsor — Richard Niles, James Loomis, Giles Ells- 
worth, Walter Thrall, Josiah Phelps, Hiram Phelps, 
Eliakam M Olcott, Daniel Loomis, Horace Birge, Job 
Loomis, Gamaliel W. Griswold. 

Practising Attorneys. 

Henry A. Mitchell, Esq. State Attorney. 

Hartfoid — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 

Walter Mitchell, Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth 

Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, William Hun- 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

gerford, Alfred Smith, William W. Ellsworth. Isaac 
Toucey, A. A. Loomis, Charles Shepard, O. E. Will- 
iams, Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Francis Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Par- 
sons, Erastus Smith, John B. Watson, Charles M. 
Emerson, William It. Cone, Philo A. Goodwin, James 
H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Benning Mann, F. 
G. Merriman. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunhar, Ira E. Smith, Sheldon Moor- 
Canton — Henry Nash. 

East-Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — William Dixon, Lorain T. Pease, James 
Dixon. 

Farmirvgton — Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick. 

Granhy — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W. Griswold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield— William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Windsor— Richard G. Drake/»Horace H. Sill. 

Wm. Mather, jr. Simsbury,, (office at Hartford) Sheriff! 
Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, j En- 
field, Gilbert Allen; East-Windsor, Chester Belknap ; 
Farmington, Thomas Cowles ; Glastenbury, David 
Bates ; Granby, David Latham ; Suffield, Albert Kent; 
Simsbury, Jeffery O. Phelps ; Windsor, Cicero Phelps ; 
Wethersfield, Walter Harris ; Bristol, Newman Peck- 
Chester Adams, Hartford, Jailer. 

NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Noyes Darling, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Charles H. Pond Malachi Cook, Esq's^ 

Robinson S. Hinman, Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court, 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer, 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Justices of the Peace. 

New-Haven — William Mix, Ralph I, Ingersoll, An- 
thony P. Sanford, Joseph N. Clark, William H. Ellis, 
Silas Mix, James Punderford, Charles A. Ingersoll, 
Noyes Darling, James Barnes, Leverate Griswold, 
Chauncelot Kingsbury, Nathaniel Booth, Levi Francis, 
Giles Mansfield, Isaac Mix, Augustus Smith, Peleg 
H. Cone, Matthias R, Tuffs, Luther Gilbert, Jonathan 
Stoddard, Roger Prout, Charles S. A. Davis, Joseph 
Bennett, Philip Curtiss. William A. Raynolds, Eiam 
Blakesley, Russell Treadway, Samuel Mason, Newton 
Wheeler, Guy C. Hotchkiss, Walter Osbcrn, Chester 
Dickermari, William Ramsdell, Newil Johnson, James 
Brewster, Josiah F. Hunt, Jeremiah Barnet, Stanton 
Pendleton, George Gilbert,Robert H. Osborn, William 
P. N. Fitzgerald, Charles P.Brown, Robinson S. Hin- 
man, John S. Graves, Ira B. Blakeman, Frederick 
Croswell,Ira Merwin, John Duntze,Grindiey Harrison. 

Bethany — Archibald A. Perkins, Eliakim Smith, A 
braham Beecher, Alvin Sperry, George F. Peck, Miles 
Hitchcox, Hezekiah Thomas. 

Branford — Levi Br%dley, Chandler Barker, Orrin D. 
Squire, Win. Tyler, Samuel Cook, Hubbard Barnes. 

Cheshire — Reuben W. Royce, Benajah Ives, Alfred 
Doolittle, Edward A.Cornwall, Nathan Booth, Cliaun- 
cey Peck, William L. Foot, John Miles, John Barnes. 

Derby — Bennet Lum, Shelden Smiths Isaac J. Gil- 
bert, Alfred Blackmail, Shelden Bassett, J. C. Wheel- 
er, Ezekiel Gilbert, Robert Gates, jr. David Beach, 
Charles Edmund. 

East-Haven — Bela Farnum, James Williams, Les- 
ter Keep, James Wedmore, Jeremiah B. Davison, John 
Bishop, Jared Andrews. 

Guilford— Timothy Stone, Reuben Elliott, David 6. 
Fowler, William Spencer, George Griswold, George 
Landon, Henry Elliott, George Hart, Samuel Scran- 
ton, Anson Foote, Henry Loper, Samuel C. Spencor, 
Wyllis Elliott, Alfred Norton, Victor Fowler, Richard 
Fowler. 



1DEPA&TMENT8. 



33 



Hamden— -Jared Bassett, Alfred Bassett, James M» 
Ford, Loyal F. Todd, Amos Benham,Ambiose Tuttle. 

Madison — Nathan W. Hopson, Samuel L. Black- 
ley, Augustus B. Wilcox, Samuel B. C. West, Frede- 
rick W. Scranton, Augustus Peck, Jared Willi-ard, 
Daniel Hill, George W. Scranton, Harvey Hale, Jon- 
athan S. Wilcox. 

Meriden— Benajah Andrews, Asahel Merriam, Jas. 
S. Brooks. Noah Pomeroy, Levi Yale, Eli C. Birdsley. 

Milford— William Strong, Jonathan Clark, William 
Durand, jr. Adolphus Baldwin, Curtis Ovart, William 
H. Fowler, Samuel B. Gunn. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, Jas. D. Woos- 
ter, Thomas B. Wooster, William Bronson, Eben Ab- 
bott, Lyman Bradley. 

North-Branford Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, 

Ralph Lindsley, Jesse Lindsley. 

North-Haven — Daniel Pierpont, Jesse Brocket, Isaac 
Stiles, Eleazar Warner, Merrit Barnes, 

Orange — James Reynolds, Joseph M* Marvin, Josi- 
ah" M. Colburn, William A. Bronson, Nathan Piatt, 
Job Northrop, Jacob Ward, Treat Clark. 

Oxford — Levi Candee, Noah Stone, Samuel Wier^, 
Hiram Osborn, Calvin Leavenworth, Ira Sherman, 
Chauncey M. Hatch, Lewis M.Hoadley, M. Jackson. 

Prospect — Samuel Williams, jr. Joseph Paine, Wm. 
Mix, Thomas Wilmot, Benj. Piatt, Aaron Austin. 

Southbury — William Hinmaii, John Pierce, Ebene* 
zer Johnson, David Bradley, Edward Hinman Henry 
Downs, Daniel Hinman, John Peck, Jedidiah Hall. 

Wallingford — John D. Reynolds, James Carrington, 
Ira Tuttle, William Marks, Alonzo B. Chapin, Jared 
K. Ford, Bealias K. Hall, Malachi Cook. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, Alva Hoadley, Leonard 
Pritchard, Humphrey Nichols, George Warner, Levi 
Wooster, William II. Tomliuson, Elia3 Ford, Josiah 
Culver, Henry Hull, John D. Mears, Elihu Hitchcock, 
Elijah F. Merrill, Moses Hall. 

Wolcott— Archibald Miner, Orrin Plumb, Noah H. 
Byington, Levi Hall. 

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34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Woodbridge— Mark Sperry, Ly M. Mandill, Jolna 
Northrop, Henry Hiekox, Wm. Clark, Trea Clark. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Ralph I. Ingersoll, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-Haven — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C.Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm.W. Board- 
man, Ebenezer Seeley, Isaac H. Townsend, Amri 
Harrison, Henry White, Silas Mix, Wm. B. Bristol* 
Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stoddard, Chas. Rob- 
inson, Henry T. Huggens, William P. N. Fitzgerald, 
Robert Osborne. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby — John L, Tomlinson, Alfred Blackman, Ira 
L. UfTord. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Madison — Jesse Crampton. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford — David B. Ingersoll. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Wallingford — Alonzo B. Chapin. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, E. S. Abernethy, Ben- 
net Bronson. 

Erastus Osborn, Esq. New-Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Anson T. Colt, Charles W. Cur- 
tiss, New-Haven ; Samuel Yale, Meriden ; Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Oxford ; Leander Parmelee, Wallingford ; 
Reuben Stone, Guilford ; Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterbury j 
William Peck, Cheshire ; Treat Bradley, Derby. 
Stanton Pendleton, Jailer. 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Coddington Billings, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, S. A. Peters, Joel Loomis. 

John DeWitt, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Joseph Williams, Esq. Treasurer. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

Justices of the Peace. 

New London. — Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gur- 
ley, Jirah Isham, Win. F. Brainard, John P. Trott, 
Anson Smith, Thomas S. Perkins, Wm. P. Cleaveland, 
Jr. Sabin K. Smith, Thomas Lewis, Henry Douglass, 
Benjamin Gardner, Jr. Elijah Ames, Daniel B. Hemp- 
stead, Caleb J. Allen, Sidney Miner, John French, 
John Danforth, Nathan Beckwith, Charles Chapman, 
John Fulton, Lewis Allen, John W. Wheeler. 

Norwich — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, John 
Hyde, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Isaac Story, A- 
sa Roath, Lewis Hyde, Erastus Coit, John H. Town- 
send, Jesse Fuller, Asa Child, Wm. H. Law, Epaphras 
Porter, Joshua Maples, Jr. Enoch C. Chapman, John 
DeWitt, Jacob W. Kinney, Ebenezer Lathrop, Abiel 
B. Sherman, Joseph O. Hopkins, George Moore, John 
B. Perry, Zebulon R. Robbins. 

Bozrah— William Whiting, Ezra Lathrop, David A. 
Fox, Wm. L. Crocker, Roderick Gardner, John W. 
Haughton. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 
Artemas Worthington, Amherst D. Scovell, Hezekiah 
Abel, Joshua B. Rogers, Asahel Skinner, Robbins 
Tracy, Giles Shattuck, H. J. Strong, Israel B. Bige- 
low, George Way, 

Franklin — Comfort D. Fillmore, Henry Hazen, Jo- 
seph Kingsley, Gilbert Lamb, Burrel Woodworth, 
Charles C. Olmstead. 

Griswold — Welcome A Browning, Alexander Stew- 
art, Elisha Partridge, Nathan Stanton, John W. Fan- 
ning, Samuel Button, Esquire C. Cook, Archibald Fry, 
Robert Herrick, Hezekiah Prentice. 

Groton — Rosweli Fish, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Dur- 
fev, Elisha Morgan, Vine Stoddard, Stephen Haley, 
Sanford Stark, William H. Starr, Amos Clift. 

Ledyard — James Allyn, Guy C. Stoddard, Peter A 
Gallup, Christopher Newton, Prentice P. Smith, Wm. 
M. Williams, Henry W. Avery, Daniel Lamb, Ralph 
Hurlbutt, John Brewster, William Williams, Jams* 
Geer. 



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#6 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Lebanon— William T- Williams, Asahel Dewey, 
Thomas Babcock, Elisha Waterman, Thomas J.Kings* 
ley, Henry H. Abel, Palmer Stanton, Charles E.West, 
Jabez Rockwell. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Russel Rose, Ebenezer 
Allen, James Stetson, Lester Hyde, Barstow Bromley, 
Thomas A. Clark, Nathan Brewster, Henry Lathrop, 
Avander Fuller, David Bushnell. 

Lyme — Joel Loomis, Joshua R. Warren, Richard E. 
Selden, Jr. Joseph Strickland, William Marvin, John 
L. Smith, Peter Comstock, Marshfield S. Parker, Syl- 
vester Champion, Stephen L. Peck, Nathan Tiffany, 
Lodowick Bill, Thomas W. Swan, Richard Huntley, 
Daniel Stewart, R .R. Strickland , Richard W. Miller, 
Ezra Brockway, Josiah Manwaring, Elisha Caulking, 
Reuben Lord. 

Montville — Hazard Browning, Sherwood Raymond, 
Giles Turner, Nicholas Bishop, Thomas W. Strick- 
land, Jared Turner, Nathaniel B. Bradford, Joseph 
L. Chapman, Calvin Bolles, William Buck, George 
Raymond, Francis B. Lee, John G. Fitch. 

North Stonington — Latham Hull, Philip Gray, Elias 
Hewitt, Amos Hull, Ezra Hewitt, David Coats, Thom- 
as H. Jewett, Russel Bently, Isaac P. Parks, Charles 
H. Babcock, Samuel Browning, Oliver Hewitt, Latham 
H. Browning, Thomas P. Wattles, Ephraim Wheeler, 
Saxton Miner, Matthew Brown, AmosC. Main,Thos. 
P. Chapman, Stanton Hewitt, Jr. Andrew Chapman, 
Palmer Brown, Beriah Lewis. 

Preston — Jonas Ayer, Asa A. Gore, Henry Hers- 
kell, John B. Clark, Elisha Ayer, John T. Mott, 
William Pendleton, Stephen Tyler, Oliver S. Tyler, 
Isaac Williams, 2d. 

Salem — Richard Tiffany, David Patten, John C. 
Daniels, Seth Lathrop, John S. Ransom, Christopher 
A. Minard, Shubael Park, Mark Dodge. 

Stonington George Hubbard, EliasBrown, Asa 

Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr- John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry Har- 
ding, Samuel Wheeler, David Kellogg,Sarauel Cheese- 
brough, Thomas Hinckley,Charles P. Williams, Clark 



DEPARTMENTS. 37 

Davis, Elias Cheesebrough, Thomas P. Palmer, Isaac 
Champlin, Oliver Burdick, Abel Hinckley, Daniel 
Bentley, Gilbert Collins. 

Waterford — John Dwyer, John Congdon, Philip 
Morgan, Benjamin Brown, James Read, John Caverly, 
Thomas Manwarring, Elisha Beckwith. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Jirah I sham, Esq. State Attorney. 

New-London — Lyman Law, William P. Cleaveland, 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jjrah Isham, 
William F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, William P. 
Cleaveland, jr. 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, 
ftoswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa ChiM, John A. 
Rockwell, George B. Ripley, Wm. H. Law, LaFayette 
S.Foster, George Perkins, L. H. Goddard, J. T. Wait. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters, 

Amherst D. Soovftll, 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams, 

Lyme — Charles J. M'Curdy. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy. 

Alexander Stewart, Esq. Griswold, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— John T. Mott, Norwich City ; 
Stephen Tracy, Norwich, (Jacksonville;) Roswell Al- 
lyn, Ledyard ; Sanford Williams, Stonington, (Head 
of Mistick;) Benj. F. States, Stonington Borough; 
Erastus Stark, Lyme; Daniel Bulkeley, Colchester. 

Jailers — Champlin Lester, New-London ; Daniel 
Briggs, Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Cyrus H. Beardsley, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Jacob Beers, Abram Clock. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq. Treasurer. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of the 

Superior Court, 



33 JUDICIAL AiSD CIVIL 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield — Samuel Rowland, Jeremiah Sturges, Hull 
Bradley, Thomas B, Osborne, John S. Wilson, David 
Coley, Jesup Banks, John G. Allen, Thomas Robinson, 
Jesup Alvord, Moses Buckley, Thomas Ransom, Ly- 
man Banks, jr. Isaac Coley, Walter Sherwood, Stur- 
ges Morehouse. 

Danbury — Oliver Shepard, Reuben Booth, Edward 
Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Sturges Selleck,, Za- 
dock Stevens, Ira R. Wildman, Joel Taylor, Francis 
C. Taylor, John L. Andrews, Eli Weed, Eleazer Tay- 
lor, 2d. Samuel Banks, Silas H. Hickock, Nathan 
Bulkley, jr. Nathaniel H. Wildman, Frederick Seeley, 
Ammon Taylor, Ezra H. Ambler. 

Biidgeport — Isaac Sherman, Alanson Hamlin, Mark 
Moore, Fitch Wheeler, Philip A. Cannon, Willis Still- 
man, Josiah Hubbell, Matthew Curtis, Jos. B. French, 
William B. Dyer, William H. Noble, Daniel Hatch, 
Jr., Joseph Brooks. 

Brookfield-Bryant Smith, John Hawley, Zar Starr, 
Jr., Ralph B. Peck, Joel C. Sherman, Horner Lake. 

Darien — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Abram Clock, 
Jesse Whiting, Joseph Mather, jr. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close, Stephen Waring, Seth 
Lyon, Bartow F. White, Conklin Husted, Ephraim 
Golden, Frederick Lockwood, Daniel M. Griffin, Arba 
Smith. 

Huntington — Lemuel Beardsley, Ebenezer Wakely, 
Truman Blackman, Hanson S. Edwards, Thaddeus 
Beardsley, jr. William M Hubbell, David Shelton. 

Monroe — Charles Curtis, Abel French, Samuel 
Wheeler, Cyrus H. Beardsley, Agur Lewis, Levi Ed- 
wards, Lewis Penfield, James M. Hawley. 

New-Canaan — Samuel Raymond, Watts Comstock, 
Thomas S. Husted. 

New-Fairfield — Jesse Scudder,Levi Stevens, Samuel 
T. Barnum, Alva S. Pearce, Jabez Treadwell, jr. 

Newtown— -Samuel C. Blackman, Lanson Birch, 
Jacob Beers, David H. Belden, Henry Dutton, Samuel 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

B. Peck, Samuel Fairchild, Zar Winton, Ezra Mor- 
gan, Charles C. Warner. 

Norwalk — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thaddeus 
Betts, Timothy T. Merwin, Noah Wilcox, Stephen 
Smith, William J. Street, William St. John, John A. 
Weed, Lewis Gregory. 

Reading — Aaron Sanford, jr. Gershom Sherwood, 
Thomas B. Fanton, Jonathan R. Sanford, Jared Olm- 
stead, Joseph Darling, Simeon M. Meeker, Thaddeus 
B. Read, Cortez Merchant, Hull Goodyear, James 
Sanford, jr. 

Ridgefield— Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d, 
Hezekiah Scott, Gamaliel N. Benedict, Zar Jones, 
Thomas St. John, William Sherwood, Samuel S. St. 
John. Charles Nash, Abner Brush, Lewis June, Joseph 
Field. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Sib- 
ley, Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, Nathaniel D. 
Haight, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Sands Ad- 
ams. 

Stratford — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Stephen 
Booth. Josiah Gorham, Huntington Tomlinson, Job 
Peck, John Goulding, Oliver Beardsley, David P.. Jud- 
son. 

Sherman — Eli Beardsley, Levi Northrop, Abraham 
Briggs, Philo S.Woodin, Levi Leach, David Northrop. 

Trumbull— Elihu.Beachi Elijah Middlebrook, David 
Beach, Daniel Wakelee, Samuel Beardsley, David 
Hawley, Eli Brinsmade, Elam Hawley, Samuel Ed- 
wards, George Dyer, Burr Watkins, Francis Beach. 

Weston — Oliver C. Sanford, Simeon Fanton, Ste- 
phen W 7 heeler, Calvin Wheeler, Walker Sherwood, 
Isaac Bennett, Harvey Hubbell, Eli Adams, David 
Patchin, Daniel B. Glover, Joseph Rowland. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, George Mead, Isaac M. 
Sturges, Samuel Scott, Charles Marvin, Abijah Betts, 
George A. Davenport. 

Westport — Thomas F. Rowland, James C. Loomis, 



40 JUDICIAL ANB CIVIL 

Eliphalet Swift, Seth Taylor, John Gray, John Gray,. 
2d, Henry Sherwood. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Simeon H. Miner, State Attorney. 

Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Samuel Rowland,. 
Eliphalet Swift, Thomas B. Osborne, James Loomis, 
Moses Robinson- 
Bridgeport — Alanson Hamlin, Joseph Wood, Fitch 
Wheeler, Wm. H. Noble. 

Brookfield— Bryant Smith. 

Danbury — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thos. T. Whittlesey,Edward Taylor, Silas H.'Hickok. 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, Henry Dutton* 
David H. Belden. 

Norwalk— Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T* Merwin. 

Stamford— Simeon H. Miner, Chas. Hawley, Josh-^ 
ua B. Ferris. 

Abram D. Baldwin, Esq. Fairfield, Sheriff. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

County Court. 

Edwards Clark, Esq. Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Ebenezer Griffin, David Chase, Esq's* 

Armin Bolles, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Vine Robinson, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, Ar- 
min Bolles, Bela P. Spaulding, Denison Cady, Benja- 
min E. Palmer, Joseph Tyler, Charles Sabin, James 
Brown, John Day. 

Ashford — Levi Work, Thomas Dow, Amasa Lyon, 
Michael Richmond, Ichabod Bulkley,Calvin Whitney* 
Edward S. Keyes, Elisha Byles, Ebenezer Chaffee, 
James B. Palmer, Isaac Kondall, Lorenzo Bolles, 
Thos. Warren, John H. Preston, Jared D. Richmond* 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, Wal- 
ter Williams, Chester Lyon, Daniel Packer, John 



DEPARTMENTS. 4-1 

Francis, James Carey, Ebenezer Sanger, Isaac Back- 
us, Charles Adams, William Levalley, Ethan Chaffee, 
Peter Spicer. 

Chaplin— -Origen Bennett, Luther Ripley, William 
Martin, Thomas Martin James Utlev, James Hunting- 
ton, Joseph Foster, Erasftis Canada. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleveland, Ebenezer Grif- 
fin, Philip Pearl, Jesse Burnham, Jonathan Clark, 
Royal Copeland, Mason Cleaveland, Charles C. But- 
ton, David Fox, Festus Burnham, Harvey Clark, E- 
phraim Spicer, Joseph Prentiss. 

Killingly— Luther Warren, David Chase, Thomas 
Durfee, William Alexander, George Warren, Joseph 
Adams, Isaac T. Hutchens, William Gros^enor, Leon- 
ard Day, Jeremiah Law, Jeremiah Field, Ebenezer 
Kelley, George Pray, Lowell Graves. 

Plainfield— Joseph Ei ton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, George Middleton, Francis B. 
Johnson, Daniel Hill, Allen Harris, Amos Witter, 
Benjamin Bacon, John Thurston, William Dyer, Jo- 
seph Hutchens, Henry Angell. 

Pomfret — George Sharper, Thomas M. Grosvenor, 
Job Williams, William James, Eliakirfi VV. Sessions, 
John Williams, Robert D. Sharpe, George Cady, Henry 
Eldridge, Charles Chandler, Samuel Dresser, William 
H. Sabin, Darius Hicks, Orrin Sumner. 

Sterling — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, John Gallup, 
Jeremiah S. Fuller, Henry C. Call, Nathaniel Gallup, 
George Tillinghast, Archibald Douglass. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis, John 
Nichols. Jonathan Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott 
Crosby, John Bates, Jesse Ormsbury, George Nich- 
ols, James Johnson, John Tourtelott, Nathan P. Ses- 
sions, Edward Joslin, 

Voluntown — Daniel Keigwin, Ehsha Potter, Will- 
iam C Stanton, Gershom Palmer, Harvey Campell, 
Kinny Gallup. 

Windham — John Baldwin, Edwards Clark, Thomas 
Gray, Joel W. White, Stowell Lincoln, Benj. Webb, 
PaYid S. Fuller, John Palmer,. Alfred Howes, Jairus 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Littlefield, A. A. Walker, Levi Johnson, Asa Jillson, 
Uriel Fuller, Zephaniah Palmer, fc]nos West, Roswell 
Moulton, {Samuel H, Byrne. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard t 
John Paine, John F. Williams, Wheeler Philips, Ezra 
Child, Luther Kawson, James Lamson, Spaulding 
Barstow, Henry Wells, Marcus Tat't, Eleazar Litch- 
field, 2d, Peleg C. Child, John M. F. Stoddard, Oliver 
Saunders. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Jonathan A. Welch, Esq State Attorney. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Uriel Fuller. 

Ashford — Ichabod Bulkley, J. D. Richmond. 

Chaplin — Luther Ripley. 

Hampton — Chauncey F.Cleveland, Joseph Prentice. 

Killingly — Ebenezer Young-, Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield — Francis B.Johnson, VV . Dyer. 

Pomfret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davie. 

"Windham— -John Baldwin, Uriel Fuller, Samuel 
Perkins, Edwards Clark, Thomas Grey, C. Hebard. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Roger Coit, Fsq. Plainfield, Sheriff. 
Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

County Court. 
William M. Burrall, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Morris Woodruff, Hugh P.Welch, Esqs. 
Origen S. Seymour, Esq, Clerk of County and Su- 
perior Courts. 
George C. Woodruff, Assistant do. 
Abel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Litchfield — Frederick Wolcott, Phineas Miner, Asa 
Baocn, Morris Woodruff, Seth P. Beers, Elihu Harri- 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

son, Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. Welch, Truman Smith, 
Origen S. Soymour, Asa Hopkins, George C. Wood- 
ruff, Truman Kilbourn, Joseph Birge, jr. Wm. Harri- 
son, Elisha S. Abernethy, Samuel P. Bolles, Dan CaL 
lin, Alanson J. Pickett, Abner Landon. 

Barkhamstead — Amos Beecher, Lester Loomis, An- 
son Wheeler, George Merrils, Hiram Goodwin, Flavel 
B. Graham, Peleg Shepard, Hira Case, Bela Squire. 

Bethlehem — Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Hawley, 
Leverett Judd, Minot Smith. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, James Fenn, Leman 
Church, Moses Benedict, William P. Burrall, Joshua 
Raymond, John Elmore, jr. Simeon Higley, Josiah 
Arnold, Nathaniel Stevens. 

Colebrook — Arthur Howell, Samuel Whitford, The- 
ron Rockwell, Samuel Simons, jr. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Philo 
Kellog, James Wadsworth. Benjamin Sedgwick, An- 
son Rogers, Frederick Kellogg. 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Augustus Miles, Birdsey 
Baldwin, Collins Baldwin, Miucus Ives, Samuel W» 
Gold, Ethan Walter, jr. Frederick Roberts. 

HarwintoK — Benajah Hayden, Andrew Abernethy, 
Truman Kellogg, David Catlin, Jacob O. Catiin, Mar- 
tin Cook, Henry Holt. 

Keut — Nathaniel P. Perry, Birdsey Beardsley, Al- 
pheus Fuller, Frederick Chittenden, Hubbell Miller, 
Rufus Fuller, Silas Camp, Nathan Terrell, Samuel 
Chamberlain, Timothy Chamberlain. 

New-Hartford — Tertius Wadsworth, Royal J.Wat- 
son, Benjamin Beck with, Hermon Chapin, Joseph 
Welles. 

New-Milford — Perry Smith, Joel Sanford, Benjamin 
B. Soule, Stephen Crane, Albert N. Gaylord, David C. 
Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, John Wooster, Truman 
Richmond, Orange Warner, Joel W. Northrop, Albert 
Pickett, Sheldon Buckingham, Sherman Peck, Elizur 
Warner, Samuel D. Orton. 

Norfolk—Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushnell 
Knapp, Amos Pettibone, Darius Phelps, Eras. Smith, 
Daniel Hotchkiss, John Dewell, Aaron Tibbetts, 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler, Eli Potter, Elijah Warner, 
Samuel Garnsey, John C. Lewis, Apolios Warner, 
Edward Blakesley. 

Roxbury — Josiah R. Eastman, Stephen Sanford, 
William Pierce, James Trowbridge. 

Salisbury — Martin Strong, Eliphalet Whittlesey, 
Samuel Church, Newman Holly, John G. Mitchell, 
Philander Wheeler, Abijah C. Peet, Thomas Stiles, 
William P. Russell, Nathaniel Benedict, Albert Moore, 
Roger Averill, Samuel C. Scovill. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Samuel E. EveVett, Israel 
Camp, Zaccheus W. Bissell, Ckarles F. Sedgwick, 
Anson Norton, Richard Smith, Alanson Wheeler, Ran- 
som Smith. 

Torrington — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sell C. Abernethy, Barzillai Hudson, Demas Coe, 
Horace Gillett. 

Warren — Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, George P. Talmage. 

Washington Alvin Brown, Frederick J. Fenn, 

Benoni P. Beardsley, Matthew Logan, Hawley More- 
house, William Moody, Johnson C. Hatch, John Bas- 
sett, Silas A. Newton. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss, James Skilton, Na- 
thaniel Woodruff, Cyrus B. Manvill, Asa Woodard, 
Benjamin DeForest, David Wheeler. 

Winchester — James Beebe, Luman Wakefield, Isaac 
Bronson, William S. Hollabird, Chester Loper, Alva 
Nash, Theodore Hinsdale, Wheelock Thayer, Stephen 
Rowley, Samuel W. Coe, Silas H. M'Alpin, William 
S. Marsh. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Matthew Miner, 
Treat Camp, Gideon B. Botsford, Thomas Bull, Daniel 
Martin, Elmore Judson. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Leman Church, Esq. State Attorney. 
Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Phinea3 Miner, S. P. Beers, 
Truman Smith, George C. Woodruff, Origea S. Sey» 
mour, E. W. Andrews, Elisha S. Abernethy, 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

Baikhamstead — Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlehem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — Leman Church, John Elmore, jr. William 
K Burrali. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton. 

Goshen— Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Kent— Nathaniel P. Perry, Frederick Chittenden, 
Rufus Fuller, jr. 

New-Hartford— Roger Mills, William G. Williams, 
Roger H. Mills. 

New-Milford— David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
David C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, Samuel D. Orton. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Roxbury — Isaac Leavenworth. 

Salisbury — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchel, 
John H. Plubbard, Roger Averill. 

Sharon— Ansel Sterling,Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington — Frederick J. Fenn. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester — William S. Hollabird, Abijah Catlin, 
jr. Gideon Hall, jr. Elijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury — Matthew Miner, jr. Charles B. Phelps, 
Charles A. Judson, Sheriff, Washington. 
William Odel, Litchfield, Jailer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



County Court. 
John Stewart, Esq. Chief Judge* 
Asso. Judges, Charles Arnold, Stephen Cone, Esq'rs» 
. John Fisk, Esq, Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk 
of Superior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown — Josiah Sage, Elisha Treat, Daniel J* 

Griswold, Joseph Coe, Alexander Sage, Stillman K. 

Wightman, William Plumb, 2d, Samuel Cooper, Jona* 

than Barnes, John L. Smith, Charles Brewer, William 



46 JUDICIAL AND OIVIL 

D. Starr, Charles Woodward, John Wyse, Samuel W. 
Griswold, Eli Wilcox, Enoch Tryon, Oliver Atkins, 
Samuel Miner, Jeremiah Hubbard, Thomas Atkins. 

Chatham — Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, Daniel Penfield, N.Brooks, 
Nathaniel C. Smith, Elijah Clark, Dan B. Niles, Mo- 
ses West, Ralph Goodrich, Cyrus Kurd, Francis Young, 
Levi Bunc«. 

Durham — Worthington G. Chauncey, Samuel Tib- 
bals, Asahel Strong, Asher Robinson, Lucius Foot, 
Erastus Jones. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Charles Arnold, Jonathan 
Usher, Lyman E. Burr, Warren Tyler, Diodate Brai 
nard, Ansel Spencer, Russel Shailer, 2d, Benjamin H. 
Catlin, Samuel Arnold, 2d, Ezekiel S, Clark, Coleman 
Clark. 

East-Haddam— Oliver Green, William Palmer, O- 
zias Holmes, Thomas C. Boardman, Stephen Cone, 
Noah Bulkley, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, John C. Palmer, 
Jabez Swan, William Marsh, Jedediah R. Gardner, 
Joseph Paddock, Nathan Jewett, jr. Robert D. Cone, 
Horace Palmer, Roswell Davison, Calvin C. Mack, 
John Holmes. 

Killingworth — Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Geo. 
Carter, Jeremiah Hull, Elisha Kelsey, Leonard Davis, 
David Dibble, David P. Kelsey, David Wright, Nathan 
Griswold, Ely A. EUiott, Luther Hull. 

Saybrook — George Pratt, Jedediah Post, John Bush- 
nell, George Reed, Ezra S. Mather, Wm. Bull, Richard 
P. Williams, Felix Starkey, William R. Clark, Stephen 
W. Starkey, Oliver Norris, Jesse Platts, Joseph H. 
Mather, Enoch L'Horamedieu, Ira Bushnell, John 
Denison, Elias Redfield, Jeremiah K. Post. 
. Chester — Joshua L'Hommedieu, Socrates Denison, 
Samuel P, Russell, Charles Daniels. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Stillman K, Wightman, Esq. State Attorney. 

Middletown — George W. Stanley, Elijah Hubbard, 
Jonathan Barnes, William L. Storrs, Samuel D, Hub- 
bare 1 ., Isaac Webb, Stillman K. Wightman, Ebenezer 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Jackson, jr. Charles, C. Tyler, Thomas G. Mather, 
Samuel W. Grisvvold, N. A. Phelps. 

Hadam — Eli Warner, Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 

East-Haddam— Nathan L.Foster, Eliphalet A.Bulk- 
ley, John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook— Samuel Ingraham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Linus Coe, Esq. Middletown, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam ; Ebe- 
nezer Smith, Chatham ; Charles Stevens, Killing- 
worth ; Aaron T. Niles, Ea3t-Haddam ; William H. 
Lynde, Saybrook. 

Jailers — Isaac W\ Baldwin, Middletown ; Ezekiel S. 
Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 



County Court. 
John Fitch, Esq. Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Benjamin Pinuey, Zelotes Long, Esq's. 
Jeremiah Parish, Esq. Clerk, and Clerk of Supe- 
rior Court. 
Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Eliphalet Young, Jeremiah 
Parish, George M. Hyde, Elisha Stearns, Lorin P. 
Waldo, John Warren, Carlos Chapman, Ezra Chap- 
man, Oliver Lord, Talmon Cross, Novatus Chapman. 

Bolton — Jabez L. White, jr. Saul Alvord, Ebenezer 
Strong, Isaac Keeny, jr. William Hunt, jr. Chester 
Daggett. 

Columbia — Gershom Dorrance, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst Scovill, Asahel Clark, Daniel Holbrook, Alpheus 
Kingsley, jr. 

Coventry — Zelotes Long, Calvin Manning, Joseph 
Dow, Don F. Brigham, Elisha Sprague, Alonzo W. 
Birge, Uriah Brigham, Martin Lyman, Isaac Keeney, 
Harry Prior. 



48 JUDICIAL AND ClVlL DEPARTMENTS* 

Ellington — Asa Willey, Robert Hyde, Benjamin 
Pinney, Oliver W. Steele*, Elisha Frink, John M'Kin* 
fctry, Asahel Johnson. 

Hebron— John Graves, Ralph Gilbert, Geo. Strong, 
Ransford Button, Cyrus Mann, Leonard Hendee, Olf- 
ver Phelps, Pliney Parker, Orrin C. White, Henry 
Jones, William Brown, Harvey Dunham. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, John Fitch, Seth Dun- 
ham, Joseph Conant, Thomas Clark, Cordial S. Hov- 
ey, jr. John Martin, Edmund Freeman, Eliphalet Mar- 
tin, William A. Fisk. 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbe, John Philips, Oliver 
Chapin, 2d. Aholiab Johnson, Alpheus Billings, Asa* 
Fuller, Amariah Kibbee, jr. Jonathan Clark, Orson 
Wood, Elam Chaffee. 

Stafford Rodolphus Wood worth, Amos Harvey, 

Nathaniel Sibley, Rufus Leonard. Zina Winter, Whk 
Field, Elijah Johnson, Gardner Cady, Austin V\ al- 
bridge, Alvan Hyde, Anson Spelman. 

Union — John Crawford, Samuel Crawford, Moses 
G. Sessions, Ebenezer Linsley. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Sanford Grant, Samuel S. 
Talcott. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier,John J. Moulton, Orrm 
Holt, Origen Dimick, Ariel Eldridge, Robert Sharp, 
Rufus Rider, Walter Neweomb. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Rhodolphus Woodworth, Esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Loren P. 
Waldo. 

Bolton — Saul Alvord. 

Columbia — Asahel Clark. 

Ellington — John H. Brockway. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 

Mansfield — John Fitch. 

Somers — Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson, 

Stafford — Rhodolphus Woodworth, Stewart jPeebs 
Hiram Rider, Esq. Willington, Sheriff. 
Joseph Burnham, jr. Jailer* 



COURTS OP PROBATE. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Bristol 
Burlington 
East- Windsor 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Granby 
Hartland 
Simsbury 
Southington 
Suffield 
New- Haven 
Cheshire 
Guilford 
Madison 
Meriden 
Milford . 
Wallingford 
Waterbury 
New-London 
Norwich 
Colchester 
Lebanon 
Lyme 

North-Stonin 
Stonington 
Vol un town 
Fairfield 
Danbury 
Newtown 
Norwalk 
Stamford 
Stratford 
Westport 

Weston 



Judges. Clerks. 

T. H. Seymour, Henry Seymour. 
Ira E. Smith, 

George Mitchell, Charles G. Ives. 
Wm. Marks, 
Chaun. Belknap, 
Henry Kingsbury^Gilbert Allen. 
Wm. A. Iv<js, 
Joel C. Holcomb, 
P. Humphrey, 
J. O. Pcttibone, 
Timothy Jones, 
Luther Loomis, 
C. A. Ingersoll, 
Wm. L. Fpote^ 

Reuben Elliott, 

Reynold Webb, 

James S. Brooks, Ira N, Yale. 

William Strong, D. S, Baldwin. 

John D.Reynolds, 

Joel Hinman, 
John P. Trott, 

Asa Roath, 

Benj. Trumbull, 

Julius Clark, 

Lodowick Bill, 
gtonE'lias Hewett, 

Stephen Haley, 

Kinney Gallup, 

Thos. Robinson 

N. H. Wildman 



George Grisvvold. 



Jirah Isham. 

A. D. Scovell. 
A. G. Bailey. 
J. R. Warren. 
Latham Hull, jr. 
Nathan Daboll. 



Ira R. Wildman. 
S. C. Blackman, Elizur W, Keeler. 
Stephen Smith, 
Chas. Hawley, 
Mark Moore, 
T. F. Rowland, 
Eli Adams, 



50 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. Judges. Clerks. 

Brooklyn Bela P.Spaulding, 

Ashford Ichabod Bulkley, B. C. Simmons. 

Canterbury C. Lyon, 

Hampton M. Cleaveland, James A. Hovcy. 

Killingly George Warren, I. T. Hutchins. 

Plainfield Joseph Eaton, J. Gordon. 

Pomfret T. M. Grosvenor, Nelson W. Slade. 

Thompson Talcott Crosby, 

Windham Joel W. White, Socrates Balcara. 

Woodstock John F.JWilliams, 

Litchfield Fred. Wolcott, P. Miner, 

Barkhamstead Amos Beecher, jr. 

Harwinton Benajah Hayden, Ellis BurwelL 

Kent Fred. Chittenden, Rufus Fuller. 

New-Hartford T. Wadsworth, 

New-Milford George Taylor, 

Norfolk Michael F. Mills, M. G. Mills. 

Plymouth Calvin Butler, 

Sharon Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. P. Bunall. 

Washington Fred. J. Fenn, 

Watertown Benj. D. Forest, C. S, Woodward. 

Woodbury Chas. B, Phelps, Thomas Bull. 

Middletown S. K. Wightman, John Fisk. 

Chatham Philip Sage, Daniel Penfield. 

Haddam Simon Shailer, Eli Warner. 

East-Haddam John C. Palmer, T. C. Boardman. 

Killingworth David Wright, Jeremiah Hull. 

Saybrook Obadiah Spencer, 

Tolland NovatusChapman 

Ellington Benjamin Pinney, 
Hebron Cyrus Mann, Simon House. 

Mansfield John Martin, F. F. Hanks. 

Stafford R. Wood worth, F. R.Wood worth. 

Somers Orson Wood, A. Kibbee, jr. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Hartford — Henry Seymour, Isaac Perkins, Nathan 
Johnson, Charles Shepherd, Wm. M. Durand. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 51 

Berlin- -Ira E. Smith. 

New Haven — Jonathan Stoddard, Wm. A. Rey- 
nolds, Daniel Barnes, Elihu Munson. 

Guilford — George Landen. • 

Derby — Alfred Blackman, Ira L. UfTord. 

Milford — William Durand, jr. 

Madison — Reynold Webb. 

New London — Lyman Law, John Danforth, Wm. 
F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins. 

Norwich — George Hill, Lewis Hyde, Roswell Mor- 
gan, George Perkins, Enoch C. Chapman, John 
De Witt, Wm. L'Homonedieu. 

Colchester — A. D. Scovell. 

Bozrah — David A. Fox, John W. Haughton. 

Franklin— Henry Hazen, Comfort D. Fillmore. 

Griswold — Nathan Stanton, John W. Fanning, 

Ledyard — Samuel W. Wood. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Thomas A. Clarke. 

Preston— John T. Mott. 

Lyme — Lodowick Bill. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Thomas Ash. 

North Stonington — Latham Hull. 

Danbury — Nathaniel Wiidman, Silas H. Hickok. 

Bridgeport — Mark Moore, William B. -Oyer, Daniel 
Sterling. 

Darien — Abraham Clock. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close. 

New Canaan — Samuel Raymond. 

Norwalk — Wm. K. James, George Taylor, Jona- 
than Camp, jr. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Wm, H. Holley. 

Weston — Stephen Wheeler, 

Westport — James C. Loomis. 

Brooklyn — Armin Bolles, Bela P. Spalding. 

Ashford — Horace Gaylord. 

Chaplin— Walter Goodell. 

Plainfield — Francis B. Johnson. 

Thompson-T-S. Davis. 

Woodstock— John F. Williams, 

Windham — John A. Perkins. 



52 COMMISSIONERS. 

Hampton — James A. Hovey. 

Litchfield — Seth P. Beers, Origen S. Seymour, 
George C. Woodruff. 

Canaan — William P. Burrall. 

Salisbury — Roger Averill. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

Cornwall — Myron Harrison. 

Middletown — S. K. Wightman, Jonathan Barnes. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam — John C. Palmer, Nathan L. Foster. 

Say brook — Stephen W. Starkey. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Eli C. Birdseye. 

Tolland — Lorain P. Waldo, Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee, Ralph Gilbert, Leonard 
Hendee. 



COMMISSIONERS 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May 1836.] 



ON TUP.NPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston, Zelotes Long, Benjamin Warner. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown, Abijah Merritt, Miles 

Beardsley. 

3. Center. Oliver Lord, Orrin Holt. 

4. Chatham and Marlborough. David Cornwall, 

Philip H. Sellew. 

5. Cheshire. Charles H. Pond, Jared Bassett. 

6. Chester. Ambrose Webb, John Shipman. 

7. Colchester and Chatham. Henry D. Smith,- Asa- 

hel Skinner. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. Lewis Hyde, Andrew 

M. Robinson. 

9. Columbia. Oliver Kingsley, Alpheus Kingsley, jr. 
10. Connecticut. Simeon H. Miner, Jeremiah Stur- 

ges. 



COMMISSIONERS. 53 

11. Cornwall and Warren. John H. Collins, Augus- 

tus Morey. 

12. Cornwall and Washington. Matthew Logan, 

Fred'erick J. Fenn, 

13. Canaan and Litchfield. Benjamin Roberts, Lu- 

ther Monson. 

14. Connecticut and Rhode Island. Luther Warren, 

(of Ashford,) Godfrey Work. 

15. Danbury and Ridgefield. Friend Starr, Oliver 

Shepherd. 

16. Durham and East Guilford. Jonathan E. Norton, 

Daniel Burrows. 

17. East Haddam and Colchester. Wm. Palmer, jr. 

Joshua B. Rogers. 

18. East Middle. Elijah Warner, jr. James Bishop. 
19- Essex. Josiah Gladding, Giles O. Clark. 

20. Farmington River. Abiram Chamberlain, Henry 

Seymour. 

21. Fairfield, Reading and Weston. Thaddeus B. 

Reed, Oliver C. Sanford. 

22. Fairhaven. Charles H. Pond, Charles Stephens. 

23. Goshen and Sharon. John H. Collins, Eleazer 

Jenkins. 

24. Granby. Miles Goddard, Henry McLean. 

25. Green Woods. Augustus P. Pease, John Dewell. 

26. Groton and Stonington. Elias Hewitt, Albert 

Latham. 

27. Guilford and Durham. Richard Robinson, George 

Griswold. 

28. Hartford and New Haven, Charles H, Pond, Lu- 

ther Beckley. 

29. Hartford and New London. Sabin K. Smith, 

Dudley Waters. 

30. Hartford, Tolland, Windham and New London 

Counties. Erastus Hutchinson,' Alonzo W, 
Birge. 

31. Hartford and Tolland. Orrin Holt, William Bige- 

low. 

32. Hebron and Middle Haddam. Daa B. Niles, 

Moseley Talcott. 



54 COMMISSIONERS. 

33. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge. Ezekiel Gi 

bert, Orrin Hotchkiss. 

34. Housatonic. John Peck, Treat Bradley. » 

35. Huntington. Ira Peck, Nicholas Beardsley. 

36. Killingworth. David Spencer, Charles Stevens. 

37. Litchfield and Cornwall. Stephen Doming, Ben 

jamin Catlin. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Enos Stoddard, Jona 

than Rossiter. 

39. Litchfield and New Milford. Selah Richmond 

William Taylor. 

40. Middlesex. Jtdediah Po3t, William I. "French. 

41. Middletown and Berlin. Asa Thompson, Danie 

Burrows. 
42- Middletown and Durham. Richard Robinson, 
Erastus Osborn. 

43. Middletown and Meriden. Daniel Burrows, Noah 

Pomercy. 

44. Mohegan. Samuel Button, John Congdon. 

45. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley, Chas. 

Judson. 

46. Moosup. Amos Witter, Peter Spicer. 

47. New Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 

Stephen Crane. 

48. Norwich and Salem. Jacob W. Kinney, David 

A. Fox. 

49. New Haven and Derby. Erastus Osborn, Samuel 

Wier. 

50. New Haven and Milford. William Durand, jr. 

Philip Curtiss. 

51. New London and Lyme. James Reed, Daniel 

Stewart. 

52. New London and Windham Counties. William 

Fenner, Benjamin Bacon. 

53. New Milford and Sherman. Lyman Hine, Levi 

Leach. 

54. New Preston. James Caldwell, Wilmot Sperry. 

55. Northfield. Andiew Comstock, Jacob Wanzer. 

56. Norwalk and Danbury. Erastus Sturges, Thomas 

B. Fanton. 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

57. Norwalk and Newtown. Jacob Beers, Oliver C. 

Sanford. 

58. Norwich and Woodstock. Stephen Fitch, George 

Johnson. 

59. Oxford. Samuel Wier, John Peck. 

60. Pettipaug and Guilford. Humphrey Williams, 

George Griswold. 

61. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborn, John Buckingham. 

62. Providence. Benj. E. Palmer, Wm. Alexander. 

63. Raymond Falls. Erastus Osborn, Chas. H.Pond. 

64. Salem and Hamburgh. Matthias W. Baker, Lod- 

owick Bill. 

65. Sharor* and Cornwall. Daniel Bennett, Zaccheus 

Bissell. 

66. Sympaug. Isaac H. Seely, Erastus Sturges. 

67. Shetucket. John T. Mott, Wm. C. Stanton. 

68. Stafford. Ezra Chapman, John Albray. 

69. Still River. Elisha Smith, Orson W. Jop. 

70- Southington and Waterbury. James S. Brooks, 
Jesse Porter. 

71. Sandy Brook. Stephen Filer, Lorin Percival. 

72. Straits. Erastus Osborn, Charles S. Woodward* 

73. Sugar Hollow. Erastus Sturges, James F. Chap- 

man. 

74. Talcott Mountain* Benjamin Bigelow, Roderick 

Terry. 

75. Thompson. Stephen Holmes, Jesse Ormsby. 

76. Tolland county. Vacant. 

77. Torriugton. Edward Pierpont, James Green. 

78. Tolland and Mansfield. Randall Sisson, Martin 

Lyman. 

79. Washington. John Newton, Chas. A. Judsoa. 

80. Windham and Coventry. Isaac Keney, William 

Durkee, 3d. 

81. Windham and Mansfield. William Rice, Lucius 

Abbee. 

82. West Middle. Daniel Hinman, Daniel Martin. 
63. Windham and Brooklyn. Ebenezer Bass, Charles 

Church. 
H4. Waurt« 7 River. Russel C. Abemethy, Elias 
Clark. J 



56 COMMISSIONERS* 

85. Wolcotville. Uriel Tuttle, Horace Higley. 

86. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Walker Sherwood. 

87. Well's Hollow. Joseph Shelton, Donald Judson. 

88. Warren. Myron Harrison, George Lewis. 

89. Branch. Isaac Bennett, Moses Bird. 

90. Monroe and Newtown. Donald Judson, Lamson 

Birch. 

91. Fairfield county. Starr Ferry, Jacob Beers. 

92. Hadlyme. James Stranahan, John S. Ransom. 

93. Chester and North-Killingworth. Joshua L'Hom- 

medieu, George Clark. 

94. Black Rock and Weston. Jesse Wakeman, A- 

bram D. Baldwin. 

95. River Turnpike. John Peck, Treat Bradley. 

96. Sherman and Reading. Aaron Lee, Zerah S. A. 

Peck. 

97. Hop River. Denison Cady, Barker W. Brown. 

ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Joseph Manwaring, Wm. F. Brainard. 

2. Hartford. Ozias Roberts, Joseph Pratt, Ebenezer 

Pinney, 

3. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Jesse D. Noyes. 

4. Tomlinson's. Orrin D. Squires, Daniel Brown a 

5. Bridgeport. David Brooks, David Cooley, 2d. 

6. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company. NehemiahC* 

Sanford, Ezekiel Gilbert. 

8. Zoar. Donald Judson, Samuel Wheeler. 

9. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Anson Bray. 

10. Hawley's, Bryant. Smith, John Jackson. 

11. New-Milford. Benjamin B. Soule, Hermon Buck- 

ingham. 

12. Bull's Falls. Benjamin B. Soule, John Gaylord* 

13. Pratt's. Sherman Hartwell, Sylvanus Merwin. 

14. Fuller's. Silas Camp, Sherman Hartwell, 

15. Union. Henry Beefs, Daniel Hinman. 

16. Edmand's. Isaac Northrop, Ralph D. Peek. 

17. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Comfort D, 

Filmore, Thomas A. Clark, 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

ON FERRIES. 

1. New-London Ferry. Albert Latham, J. Hudson. 

2. Gale's. Nathaniel B. Bradford, Guy C. Stoddard. 

3. Chapman's. William R. Clark, George Clark. 

4. Warner's. Eli P. Wells, Ambrose Webb. 

5. Higganum. Noah Brooks, Lyman E. Burr. 

6. East-Haddam. Joshua L'Hommedieu, Geo. Clark. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. Huntington Selden, Ti- 

tus Whitmore. 

8. Essex. Alfred Griswold, Felix Starkey. 

9. Rocky Hill. Sampson Hoiton, Archibald Robins. 

10. Pratt's. Leonard S. Wells, Sarruel Gallup. 

11. King's. Samuel Ball, Apollos Fuller. 

12. East-Windsor. Richard Niles, Roderick King. 
13/ Warehouse Point. Solomon Terry, jr. Horace 

Birge. 

14. Enfield and Suffield. Apollos Fuller, Henry- 

Kingsbury. 

15. Say brook Ferry. Wm. R. Clark, Jonathan Tin- 

ker. 

16. Haddam Island. Noah Brooks, Charles Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East-Hartford. Caleb Stockbridge, 

Henry Phelps. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

On the Union Company Connecticut River. 

Henry Barnard, Jeremiah Brown, Lemuel White. 

On the Thames River Channel. 
Wm. P. Eaton, Enoch C. Chapman, J. W. Fanning, 



[Appointed by the Senate.] 

On the New-York and Stonington Rail Road. 

Samuel Green, Albert Latham. John Congdon. 

On Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 
Juel VT. wrute, Darius Mathewson, Adam Larrabee* 



j 



58 



COMMISSIONERS. 



On the Hartford and New-Haven Rail Road. 
John Stuart, William H. Ellis, Nathaniel Stevens. 



On the Farmington Canal. 

Charles H. Pond, Eliakim Kimberly, Adna Whiting, 

Martin Strong. 



On the works of the Connecticut River Company. 
Henry Kilbourn, Calvin Willey, Richard Bacon. 

On Norwich and Preston Bridge. 
Erastus Coit, Elias Brown. 

Directors of Connecticut State Prison. 

Amariah Brigham, Jedediab Post, Norris Wilcex. 

Warden — Amos Pilsbury. 

The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for 
the time being. 



COMMISSIONERS, appointed by the Governor of 
<. Connecticut, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 

depositions, &c. in the respective States where they 

reside. 



Seth Terry, 

Jeremiah Elkins, 

John A. Bolles, ) 

Thomas Amory Dexter, ) 

Wm. H. Smith, ) 

Francis Brinley, jr. ) 

John R. Richmond, 

William H. Maxwell, 

Edwin Burr, 

John Bi^sell, 

William Gracie, 

Wm. Watson, jr. 

Wm. H. Smith, 

Fred. E. Mather, - - 

Branford R. Wood, 



Vermont, 

Guilford, N. Hampshire. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 

Providence, R. Island. 
Bristol, Rhode Island. 



New York City. 

- GS. Wall-at. 

Albany, New-York. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



59 



John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
Daniel Frost, jr. 
George Gould, ) 

David L. Seymour, \ 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
Reuhen C. Hale, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
William H.Smith, ) 
David R. Tilden, J 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Irving, 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S. Henry, 
Hen rv Daggett, 
John Slidell, 
Henry A. Lambert, 

[Pontiac, 



Utica, New- York. 
Sydney, Del. co. do. 
Greenwich, do. 

Troy, do. 

Yates co. do. 

Brooklyn, Long Island. 
Philadelphia, Penn. 
Centre co. Penn. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron county, Ohio. 
Painsville, do. 

Portage co. do. 

Cincinnati, do. 
Cleaveland, do. 
Vincennes, do. 
Zanesville, do. 
Fayetteville, N. Carolina. 
Savannah, Geo. 
Mobile, Alabama. 
N. Orleans, Louisiana. 
Auburn, Township of 
County of Oakland, Michigan. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. I. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin and Southington. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East-Windsor, East-Hartford, 
Glastenburv, Marlborough and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Oranby, Simebury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon and Bloomfield. 

4. N. Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange and North 
Haven. 

5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middle- 
bury, Waterbury, Prospect and Wolcott. 



60 SENATORIAL AND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington and 
Waterfoid. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem 
and Bozrah. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull and Monroe. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Reading,Brookfield, New- 
town, New Fairfield and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New 
Canaan and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Rarwinton, New Hartford. Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamstead and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbury, 
Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham and Chatham. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Say- 
brook and Chester. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union 
and Wellington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

District No. 1, Hartford county. 

District No. 2, N. Haven and Middlesex. 

District No. 3, New London. 

District No. 4, Fairfield. 

District No. 5, Litchfield. 

District No. 6, Windham and Tolland. 



SURVEYORS — ELECTORAL VOTES. 



61 



SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

George Gillett, Esq. Surveyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors. 
County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
County of New Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 
County of New London — Wm. Lester, jr. Norwich. 
County of Fairfield — Benjamin Hoyt, Danbury. 
County of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 
County o( Litchfield — William M. Burrall, Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



ELECTORAL VOTES FOR PRESIDENT, NOVEMBER 7, 


1836. 




HARTFORD COUNTY. 






Towns. 


Har.V.B. 


Towns. 


Har. 


V.B. 


Hartford 


973 


760 


Granby 


117 


188 


Avon 


115 


40 


Hartland 


069 


050 


Berlin 


241 


258 


Manchester 


168 


147 


Bloomfield 


103 


087 


Marlborough 


059 


060 


Bristol 


194 


181 


Simsbury 


088 


151 


Burlington 


090 


070 


Southington 


133 


145 


Canton 


160 


096 


Suffieid 


125 


268 


E. Hartford 


151 


165 


Wethersfield 


264 


246 


E. Windsor 


256 


179 


Windsor 


140 


166 


Enfield 


199 


163 









Farmington 


178 


108 




3985 


376S 


Glastonbury 


152 


238 








NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 






New-Haven 


1039 


899 North Branford 


073 


097 


Bethany ma; 




085 North Haven 




047 


Bran ford 


048 


112 


Orange 


112 


052 


Cheshire 


113 


116 


Oxford 


110 


146 


Derby 


181 


208 


Prospect 


031 


051 


East-Haven 


113 


062 


Southbury 


067 


095 


Guilford 


215 


216 


Wallingford 


130 


218 


Hamden 


054 


ISO 


Waterbury 


328 


319 


Madison 


144 


091 


Wolcott 


056 


078 


Meriden 


105 


179 


Woodbridge 


083 


050 


Middlebury 


080 


048 









Milford 


315 


058 




3496 


3420 



62 


ELECTORAL VOTES. 






NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 






Towns. 


Har. 


V\B.| Towns. 


Har. 


V.B. 


New-London 


198 


198 


Lyme 


097 


151 


Norwich 


424 


428 


Montville 


089 


056 


Bozrah 


072 


055 


N. Stonington 


075 


095 


Colchester 


128 


098 


Preston 


108 


086 


Franklin 


053 


074 


Salem 


032 


049 


Griswold 


107 


063 


Stonington 


113 


176 


Groton 


075 


144 


Waterford 


034 


089 


Lebanon 


114 


135 










Ledyard 


058 


080 




1880 2062 


Lisbon 


084 


085 




, 


1 




FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 




! 


Fairfield 


194 


184 


Reading 


098 


090 


Bridgeport 


261 


254 


Ridgefield 


074 


114 


Brookfield 


090 


129 


Sherman maj. 




050 ; 


Danbury 


256 


321 


Stamford 


145 


159 


Darien 


037 


032 


Stratford 


133 


123 


Greenwich 


056 


102 


Trumbull 


042 


080 


Huntington 


043 


094 


Weston 


088 


111 


Monroe 


037 


113 


Westport 


072 


097 


New Canaan 


100 


093 


Wilton 


098 


070 


New Fairfield maj. 


034 







~ 


Newtown 


202 


239 




2326 2' 


Norwalk 


228 


154 










WINDHAM COUNTY. 






Brooklyn 


no 


076 


Sterling 


038 


056 


Ashford 


130 


168 


Thompson 


155 


161 


Canterbury 


131 


094 


Vol un town 


041 


075 


Chaplin 


063 


068 


Windham 


230 


240 


Hampton 


042 


100 


Woodstock 


274 


218 


Killingly 


218 


199 


1 





— — 


Plainfield 


111 


123 




1670 


1563 


Pomfret 


128 


076 








LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 






Litchfield 


292 


369 


Oolebrook 


083 


127 


Barkhamstead 154 


08/ 


Cornwall 


143 


109 


Bethlem 


051 


066 


Goshen 


172 


096 


Canaan 


124 


159 


Harwinton 


126 


080 



VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 



68 



Towns. 
Kent 

New Hartford 
New Milford 
Norfolk 
Plymouth 
Roxbury 
Salisbury 
Sharon 



Har. V.B I Towns. 



080 
189 
237 
126 
121 
052 
102 
136 



113\Torrington 



100 
309 
114 
148 
106 
153 
148, 



Warren 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Woodbury 



Har. V.B. 
153 112 
051 048 



Middletown 

Chatham 

Chester 

Durham 

Haddam 

Tolland 

Bolton 

Columbia 

Coventry 

Ellington 

Hebron 

Mansfield 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



304 467 

075 241 

044 106 

049 098 

093 168, 



East-Haddam 
Killing worth 

Saybrook 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 
067 103,Somers 



050 
052 
164 
110 
111 
146 



061 
073 
132 
092 
123 
139 



Stafford 
Union 
Vernon 
Willington 




3064 2957 

185 169 

132 092 

395 277 

1187 1618 

099 087 

120 170 

057 055 

128 069 

087 086 

1191 1190 



OFFICIAL RETURNS FOR STATE OFFICERS, 1836. 

For Governor, Henry W. Edwards, 20,360 

Gideon Tomlinson, 17,393 

For Lieut. Governor, Ebenezer Stoddard, 18,725 

Ebenezer Young, 15,070 

For Secretary, Royal R. Hinman, 17,299 

J. Edwards, 13,778 

For Treasurer, Jeremiah Brown, 17,817 

Nathaniel Goodwin, 14,077 

FOR SENATORS. 

District No. 1, William W. Ellsworth, 1526 

Jesse Olney, 1356 

. " 2, Samuel Mills, 1321 

Solomon Olmsted, 120$ 



64 



VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 



" 3, George Mitchell, 1286 

Henry Sill, 1149 

M 4, Abijah Carrington, 1355 

C. H. Pond, 1189 

" 5, Joel Hinman, 1283 

J. M. L. Scovill, 0941 

" 6, Anson Foote, 1199 

John Andrews, 0979 

M 7, Coddington Billings, 0505 

Asa Fisk, 0350 

" B, W. A. Browning, 0890 

Charles P. Huntington, » 0762 

<•' 9, Stephen D. Tilden, 0698 

William T. Williams, 0559 

" 10, Samuel Beardsley, 1254 

Noah Plumb, 0830 

" 11, Eli Beardsley, 1214 

John P. Hill, 1050 

" 12, Benjamin Isaacs, 0878 

Abraham Clock, 0808 

" 13, Joel W. White, 0630 

Joseph Eaton, 0604 

" 14, Ichabod Bulkley, 0941 

Thomas Backus, 0902 

" 15, James Beebe, 6962 

David Marsh, 0906 

/" 16, George Taylor, 1243 

Nathaniel Perry, 0S09 

" 17, Martin Strong, 1050 

Peter Bicrce,^ 0953 

" 18, John Stewart, 0971 

Samuel Russell, 0364 

19, Charles Arnold, 0963 

Eli Warner, 0800 

" 20, Orren Holt, 0493 

Ebenezer Clark, 0419 

" 21, Thomas Clark, 0665 

Oliver H. King, 0552 
Besides the above, there were scattering, 257 votes. 



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70 INCORPORATED CITIES. 

INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD. 

Henry Hudson, Mayor, 
Aldermen. 
Jeremy Hoadley, Thomas K. Brace, 

Seth Terry, David F. Robinson. 

Common Council — Geo. Putnam, D. Copeland,Ezra 
S. Hamilton, Jas. B. Shultas, Joseph C. Church, Phile- 
mon Canfield, Chancey G.Smith, Eli Gillman, Asahel 
Saunders, Edwin D. Morgan, Perry Smith, Lemuel 
Humphrey, Joseph Morgan, Waterman Roberts, Chas. 
Weeks, Wm. Hayden, Henry Barnard, Caleb Stock- 
bridge, Samuel G. Boughton, Henry Burgess. 

Sheriffs — Benjamin Hastings, Nathan H. Morgan, 
Clerk — William Conner. 
Treasurer — Nathaniel Goodwin. 
Collector—Benjamin Hastings. 
Auditor — Elisha Dodd. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting 3d Monday in April. 



N E W- H A V E N. 



Henry C. Flagg, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Caleb Brintnall, Enos A. Prescott, 

Benjamin Beecher, ) Isaac Mix. 
Common Council — S. Tuttle, E.Hotchkiss, F. Lines, 
Russel Hotchkiss, jr. Elisha L. Silliman, Levi Gilbert, 
2d, John B. Robertson, Nathan Smith, jr Zelotes Day, 
George Rowland, Charles J. Allen, Charles Bostwick, 
Alfred Dapgett, Wm. B. Bristol, Henry Peck, Israel 
Harrison, Lent L. Bishop, Sidney Hull, Solomon CoU 
lis, Sidney M. Stone. 
Clerk — Elisha Munson. 
Treasurer — Amos Townsend, jr. 
Auditor — Ransom Burritt. 
Sherhfs—Scovill Hinman, Joseph FairehikL 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 71 

NEW-LONDON. 

Noyes Billings, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Anson Smith, John Deshon, 

Caleb J. Allen, John Fulton. 

Common Council — Thomas Lewis, William Tate, 
jr. John H. Wheeler, Leonard H. Bulkley, George C. 
Wilson, Chas. Chapman, Champlin Gardiner, L. Allen. 
Treasurer — John A. Fulton. Sheriffs — J. Treby, 
Jason A. Rogers. Agent- -Sabin K. Smith. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting 2d Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 

Charles W. Rockwell, Mayor, 

Aldermen. 

J. G. W. Trumbull, I John Breed, 

Gurdon Chapman, Jedediah Huntington. 

Common Council — Samuel Tyler, Amos Cobb, Chas. 

Coit, Horatio N. Willes, Gurdon Pendleton, Gurdon 

A. Jones, James Spalding, George Hebbard, George 

B. Ripley, Joseph Backus, R. W. Roath, Arthur F. 
Gilman, Oliver Allen, Charles Denison, John B. Per- 
ry, John Prentice, Wm. A. Buckingham, Fred. Lester, 
Elijah A. Bill, David Congdon. 

Clerk— Geo. Perkins. Treasurer — Lyman Brewer. 
Sheriffs — Frederick Prentice A. G. Frink. 
City Court held on the 2d Monday in-each month. 
Annual Meeting first Monday in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

N. A. Phelps, Samuel Russell, 

Richard Hubbard, j . 

Common Council — William S. Camp, Joseph Tay- 
lor, Charles Buckland, Asa Richardson, Micah Sill, 
Lot D. Vansands, Ephraim Crofoot, Barzillai D.Sage, 
Jonathan Kilbourn,jr. 



72 BOROUHOS. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of 
City Court. 

Attorney — G. W. Stanley. 

Sheriffs — Harvey Treadway, Daniel Lamson. 

Collector — Daniel Lamson. 

Annual Meeting third Monday in January. City 
Court held second Tuesday in each month. 



BP.IDGEPORT. 
Isaac Sherman, Jr. Mayor. 
. Aldermen. 
Charles Bostwick, | Ira Peck, 

Enoch Foote, [ Stephen Lounsberry. 

Common Council — Charles B. Hubbell, Edwin Por- 
ter, James Allen, Titus C. Mather, Seth B. Jones, A- 
bijah Hawley, Joel Thorp, George Bobbins, David P, 
Minot, S. M. Middlebrook, Stephen Tomlinson, David 
Hubbell, 3d. Daniel Hatch, jr. Joseph Mott, Charles 
Hill, Richard Hyde, James Betts, Sylvanus Sterling, 
Roswell S. Nichols, Eliada Baldwin. 

Clerk — Ira Sherman. Treasurer — Jos. Thompson. 
Sheriffs — Samuel Hodges, John L. Fitch. 



BOROUGHS. 



COLCHESTER. 
Frederick Morgan, Warden. 
Burgesses — E. W. Parsons, J. B. Wheeler, A. B. 1^ 
sham, M. W.Hutchins, D. B. Carroll, A. B. Pierce, 

Treasurer— J. B, Wheeler. Bailiff— J. C, Bulke- 
ley. Clerk — J. S. Hammond. 

DANBURY. 

Chandler Smith, Warden. 
Burgesses— Curtis Clark, Nathaniel Wood, Starr 
Nichols, Edward Tweedy, Edgar S. Tweedy, Ephraim 
Gregory, 



BOROUGHS. 

WORTHINGTON. 



73 



Abijaii Flaqq, Warden. 
Burgesses— Josiah Edwards, P. S. Shaw, Lysis 
Lamb, Jesse Eddy, William Bulkley, Fred. Dunham. 
Treasurer — Abijah Flagg. 
Clerk— Henry VV. Flagg. 

GUILFORD. 

Samuel Scranton, Warden. 

Burgesses — Bela Stone, Anson Foote, Miles Mun- 
ger, Frederick W. Fowler, Nathaniel R. Landon, Wil- 
liam Hale. 

Clerk— Richard Wells. 



STAMFORD. - 

Sands Adams, Warden. 
Burgesses — Stephen B. Provost, John W. Leads, 
Simeon H. Miner, James H. IJoyt, James S t Daven- 
port, Isaac Quintard, jr. David Knapp. 



STONINGTON. 

George Hubbard, Warden. 
Burgesses — George E. Palmer, S. F. Denison, Wm. 
H. Woodbridge, Charles H. Phelps,Charles H. Smith. 
Clerk — Elisha Faxon, jr. 
Bailiff — George Hubbard, jr. 



WATERBURY. 
William H. Scoville, Warden. 
Burgesses — Green Kenduck, Lemuel Harrison, John 
D. Johnson. 



LITCHFIELD VILLAGE. 

[Incorporated in 1818.] 
William Buel, President, 
Clerk — Joseph Adams. 
Treasurer — Phinehas Miner. 
Bailiff— Oliver Goodwin. 



74 BANKS. 

BANKS. 

UNITED STATES BRANCH BANK AT HART- 
FORD. 

Discontinued. 

Joshua P. Burnham, Agent for closing the affairs of 

the Bank. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A, Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors— Joseph Trumbull, Amos M. Collins, Jas. 
B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hudson, M. W. Chapin, Nathan 
Morgan, James Cowles, Robert Watkinson, D- F. 
Robinson, Erastus Ellsworth, David VVatkinson, H. 
B. Chaffee. 

Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual meeting of Stockholders, 2d Thursday in June. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

Charles Sigourney, President. 
George Beach, Cashier. 
Directors— Charles Sigourney, Samuel Tudor, Thos. 
Day, Chas. Seymour, S. H. Huntington, Henry Shep- 
ard, Haynes L. Porter, Chancey Jerome, Cyprian 
Nichols, Harvey Seymour, Thomas Belknap. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount Days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 
Capital stock $1,113,000. 



Branch of the Phosnix Bank at Litchfield. 

Asa Bacon, President. 

Charles Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, Theron Beach, Origen S. 
Seymour, Charles Deming, George C. Woodruff, Ith- 
amar Campbell, John C. Coffing. 



BANKS. 75 

Origcn S. Seymour, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Notes to be lodged before 12 o'clock. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier. 
Directors— Alfred Smith, William H. Imlay, Daniel 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, J. B. Wildman, S. B. Grant, 
James H. Wells, Nathan Colton. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Capital stock, $500,000. 

FARMERS AND MECHANICS' BANK. 

James Dodd, President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 
Directors — James Dodd, Joseph Pratt, William S. 
Holabird, Luther Loomis, Jesse Savage, Horace Good- 
win, 2d, Albert Day, George Mitchell Lemuel Humph- 
rey, Alexander H» Pomroy, Oliver P. Phelps, jr. Julius 
Catlin, S. L. Pitkin. Timothy Williams, on the part 
of the State. 

Isaac Perkins f Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 1, and from 2 to 4. 
Dividends, 1st Monday in May and November. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 
Capital stock, $500,000. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 



Roderick Terry, President, 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors— Roderick Terry, H. Huntington*, Daniel 
Burgess, Philemon Canfield, William T. Lee, Truman 
B. Hanks, L. Kennedy, jr. Samuel H.Goodrich, Cbas. 
Boswell, W. W. Ellsworth, Tertius Wadsworth, A- 
drian Janes, S. G. Boughton. 



n BANKS. 

Charles M. Emeison, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital stock $500,000. 

NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Cashier. 
Directors-H. Denison, H. Huggins, H. Trowbridgp, 
A. R. Street, R. S. Baldwin, I. Townsend, C. Briut- 
nall. Noyes, Darling, on the part of the State. 
Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. . 
Annual meeting 1st Thursday in July. 
Capital stock, $335,000. 

MECHANICS' BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 

John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays* 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital stock, $300,000. 



NEW HAVEN CITY BANK. 

Charles Atwater, President. 
Stephen I). Pardee. Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Atwater, Samuel St. John, Her- 
vey Sanford, John Babcock, John Beach, Horace R. 
Hotchkiss, Zelotes Day, Oliver Bryan, Abijah Fisher. 
Capital stock, $400,000. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

William H. Elliott, President. 
William R. Hitchcock. Cashier. 
Directors — William H. Elliott, Lewis Hotchkiss, I- 
saac Mix, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Jesse Sterling, Smith 
Tuttle, H. Hotchkiss, John S. Mitchell, John Hunt, jr. 
Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 
Capital stock, $500,000, a\l paid in, 






BANKS. 77 

MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Francis King, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Fomeroy, Samuel Yale, James S. 
Brooks, Stephen Taylor, Ambrose Ives, Silas Mix. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

_ UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Jonathan Starr, jr. President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 
Directors — Jonathan Starr, jr. Jonathan Star, Ro- 
bert Coit, John O. Miner, William P. Cleaveland, jr. 
Archibald Mercer, Edward Hallam, William Sterne 
George R. Lewis, Alfred White, Richard McCurdy, 
Charles S. Stockman, Joseph Huntington. 

William P. Cleaveland, jr. Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. Hours of 
business, from 10 to 12 A. M, and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in June. 
Capital stock, $100,000. . 

NEW LONDON BANK. 

J«.co\> B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors— Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Th. 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Jonathan Coit, A. Thatcher, Thomas S. Per- 
kins, Benjamin Brown, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual meeting 1st Tuesday in July. 
Capital stock, $150,000. 

WHALING BANK, NEW-LONDON. 

Coddington Biilings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 
Directors-Coddington Billings, Lyman Law, Joseph 
Lawrence, John Brandegee, Anson Smith, Wanton A. 



78 BANKS. 

Weaver, Abner Bassett, S. K. Smith, Adam Frink, 
Acors Barnes, D. B. Hempstead. 

William F. Br.iinard, Attorney for the Bank, 
Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting first Monday in July. 
Capital stock, $300,000. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell f 
Nathaniel Ship'rnan, Jedediah Huntingtorj, Jonathan 
G. W, Trumbull, Jacob W. Kinney, William A. Buck- 
ingham,Erastus Williams, Benjamin Coit, John Ishara, 
Russel Huboard. 

George Perkins, Attorney for the Bank.. 

Annual Meeting in June —Dividends in January and 

July.— Capital stock $210,000. 

; THAMES BANK. 

Wjlliam P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier, 
Directors — Win. P. Greene, Calvin Goddard, Amos 
H. Hubbard, Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Henry 
M. Waite, James Stedman, Henry Strong, Walter 
Lester, Gurdon Chapman. 

Annual meeting in June. — Dividends in March and 
September.— Capital stock $200,000. 



QUINEBAUG BANK. 

[United States Deposit Bank. J 
William C. Gilman, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — William C. Gilman, Charles W. Roek- , 
well, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, George L. Per- - 
kins, A. F. Gilman, Thomas Robinson, John Breed, 
Joseph Backus, Charles Coit, 

John A. Rockwell, Attorney to the Bank. 



BANKS. 79 

Annual meeting first Monday in June. 
Capital stock $500,000. 

MERCHANTS' BANK. 

William Williams, jr. President. 
Joseph Williams, Cashier. 
Directors-William Williams, jr. Nehemiah H. Fitch, 
Stephen Fitch, James L. Ripley, Samuel Kellogg, S. 
Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis Hyde, Joseph H. 
Doane, John Brewster, George 15. Ripley, John Pren- 
tice, George SpafFord. 

Annual Meeting in September. 
Discount days Mondays and Thursdays. 
Dividends in March and September. 
Capital stock $150,000. 

STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors— Ephraim Williams, Charles W. Phelps, 
Gurdon Trumbull, Benj'n Pomeroy, Jesse D. Noyes, 
Giles Hallam. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital stock, $53,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elias Brown, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d, Cashier. 
Directors. — Elias Brown, Elisha Faxon, EHsha 
Haley, John Hyde, Asa Fish, Nathan Daboll, Silas 
Beebe, Stephen Haley, Elias Hewitt, David Baldwin, 
Jeremiah Holmes, Henry Harding, Samuel F. Deni- 
so n. 

Discount day, Tuesday* 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Joseph S. Gladding, President' 
John Johnson, Casjiier. 



80 BANK3. 

Directors. — Daniel Packer, Samuel C. Morgan, Jo- 
seph S. Gladding, Nathaniel Coit, William F, Clark, 
M. T. Richards, Amos Cobb, Lucius Tyler, Joseph 
Backus, Charles Johnson, Jeremiah S. Webb. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Ebenezer Jesup, President. 
Charles Hill, Cashier. 

Directors. — Ebenezer Jesup, Isaac Burroughs, Philip 
A. Cannon, David P. Minott, Stephen Tomlinson, E. 
M. Morgan, Walter Booth, Mark Moore, Charles 
Hill. 

Notes must be presented on or before Thursday. 

Discounts made on Friday. 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 2 
to 4 P. M. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, first Wednesday 
in July. 

Capital stocW, $200,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK, BRIDGEPORT. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 

Directors. — Reuben Tweedy, Daniel Sterling, Enoch 
Foote, David Brooks, Lyman Hine, Hanford Lyon, 
Seth B. Jones, Josiah Hubbell. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Annual meeting of Stockholders, in September. 

Capital stock, $300,000. 



BRANCH BANK, AT D ANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Curtis Clark, Cashier. 



BANKS. SI 

BRANCH BANK, SOUTHPORT. 

Jeremiah Sturges, President, 
Andrew Bulkley, Cashier. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President, 
Thomas Warner, jr., Cashier. 
Directors. — Clark Bissell, Thuddeus Betts, Charles 
Isaacs, A. E. Beard, William Lockwood, William H, 
Jesup, Silas Davis. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds. President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 

Directors. — John W. Leed3, Theodore Davenport, 
John Dean, Daniel Lockwood, Sands Adams, Samuel 
Lockwood, Stephen Waring, J. L. Bush, William J. 
Street, Stephen Smith, jr., Stephen Hoyt, jr. 

Charles Hawley, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 
2 to 4 P. M. 

Dividends, 1st Monday in March and September. 
* Annual meeting of the Stockholders, 1st Monday 
in May. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Adams White, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, Ahdrew 
T. Judson, E. C. Eaton, John McClellan, William 
Putnam, B. P. Spalding, John Gallup, 3d, George P. 
Bradford, Asahel Hammond, Henry G, Taintor, Ralpfe 
James, Edward Fo<*g. 

Annual meeting, 2d Monday in June; 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

6 



WINDHAM BANK, 
John Baldwin, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier. 

Directors. — John Baldwin, Charles Smith, Jesi 
SpafFord, Waterman C. Clarke, Levi Johnson, G. C„.. 
Hayward, Justin Swift, Hezekiah Hammond, Royal 
S. White, Elias Sharpe, Thomas Gray. C F. Cleve- 
land on the part of the State. 

Thomas Gray, Attorney to the Bank. 

Discount days, every Thursday. 

Annual meeting, 2d Wednesday in September* 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



THOMPSON BANK. 

John Nichols, President. 
Joseph B. Gray, Cashier. 

Directors. — John Nichols, William H-. Mason, Jon- 
athan Nichols, Simon Davis, William Read, William 
Fisher, Franklin Nichols, John Bates, Vernon Stiles* 
Leonard Sallow. 

Simon Davis, Attorney for the Bank. 

Annual meeting, first Tuesday in January. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
D. Ames jr., Cashier, 

Directors. — Nehemiah Hubbard, Elijah Hubbard, 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Richard Hubbard, William L. 
Storrs, Joseph Taylor, John H. Sumner, William J. 
French, Eli Warner, Alpheus Starkey, Ralph Good- 
rich. Clark Elliott, on the part of the State. 
Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays, 



BANKS. 8# 

Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 

2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Thursday in January. 
Capital stock, #400,000. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 

Directors. — Samuel Russell, Joseph W. Alsop, Hen- 
ry L DeKoven, John Alsop, Randolph Pease, Eli 
Wilcox, William S. Camp, Stephen Taylor, William 
C. Bowers, John Stewart, Ephraim Crofoot, Joseph 
Hill, Elijah H. Roberts, Augustus Cook. E. L. H. 
Chamberlain, Charles Woodward, Edwin Stearns, on 
the part of the State. 

Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 



EAST HADDAM BANK. 

Noah Bulkley, President. 
T. C. Board man, Cashier. 

Directors. — Noah Bulkley, E. Champion, T. Greeny 
W» Palmer, G. Higgins, E. A. Bulkely, A. Olmsted, 
R. S. Pratt, William Palmer, jr., J. C. Palmer, G, 
Parker, J. L'Hommedieu. 

J. C. Palmer, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital stock, $75,000. 



TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 

Directors.— Elisha Stearns, William C. Gilman, 
Charles W. Rockwell, Henry Strong, Elijah Smith, 



84 SAVINGS BANKS. 

John Fitch, George M. Hyde, Wyllis Gilbert, Joseph 
Carver. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days, every Wednesday. 

Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 

Capital stock, $75,000, 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. % 
Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Charles Sigour- 
ney, Isaac Perkins, William Ely, Cyprian Nichols, 
Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hosmer, 
John Butler, B. Hudson, T. K. Brace, T. S. Williams. 
Haynes L. Porter, Secretary. 
Reuben Lan^don, Treasurer. 
Capital, $432,96*9 07. 



MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS BANK. 
Nehemiah Hubbard, President. 

Vice Presidents — Richard Rand, Augustus Cook. 

Directors — Nehemiah Hubbard, Richard Rand, Au- 
gustus Cook, Richard Hubbard, Luke C. Lyman, 
William S. Camp, Joseph Taylor. 

Samuel Southmayd, Secretary and Treasurer. 



NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 
Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Ezra Chappell. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, William P. Cleave- 
land, jr., Chas. S. Stockman, Edward Learned, Thos. 
S. Perkins. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 



BANKS — INSURANCE COMPANIES. 85 

NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Francis A. Perkins, President. 

Vice Presidents — John L. Boswel!, William C. Gil- 
man, George L. Perkins, Joseph Williams. 

Directors — Erastus Coit, Lyman Brewer, Charles 
Coit, Naihaniel Shipman, Jonathan G. W. Trumbull, 
Charles W. Rockwell, William Williams, jr., Erastus 
Williams. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer, 
Geo. Perkins, Secretary and Attorney. 
Annual meeting in June. 
Amount of deposites, $226,607 01. 

ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 

Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Union — New London, 

Coddington Billings, President. 

David Coit, Secretary. 

Ocean — New Haven. 

Roger Sherman, President. 

Justus Harrison, Secretary and Treasurer, 

FIRE AND MARINE- 

Protection. — Hartford. 

David F. Robinson, President. 
Thomas C. Perkins, Secretary. 

Directors — David F. Robinson, William W. Ells- 
worth, Nathan Morgan, Henry Hudson, Thomas Q P 






36 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Perkins, Charles B. Northam, Fbenezer Flower, Alex- 
ander H. Pomroy, Philip Ripley, Wm. Kellogg, James 
M. Bunce, Edmund G. Howe, Tho3. Belknap, Haynes 
Lord, Hezekiah King, Austin Dunham, Julius Catlin. 

Annual election in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 

New London. 

Richard Law, President. 
Colby Chew, Secretary. 
Directors. — Richard Law, Jonathan Coit, Thomas 
W. Williams, Andrew M. Frink, Benjamin Brown, 
Asa Otis, George R. Lewis, Francis Allyn, Acors 
Barnes, Jedediah Huntington, Asa Fish, Gurdon 
Trumbull. 

Annual election in July. 
Capital stock, $250,000. 



*ire insurance companies^ 

Hartford. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 
James G. Bolles, Secretary. 

Directors. — Eliphalet Terry, S. H. Huntington, H« 
Huntington, jr., Albert Day, Samuel Williams, Job 
Allyn, George Putnam, Junius S. Morgan, Edwin D. 
Morgan, 

Annual meeting, first Thursday in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 

^Etn a,— Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Directors.— Thomas K. Brace, Henry L. Ellsworth, 
Thomas Belden, Samuel Tudor, Griffin Stedman, 
Henry Kilboum, Joseph Morgan, Elisha Dodd, Jesse 
Savage, Joseph Pratt, George Beach, Stephen Spencer, 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 8? 

James Thomas, Elisha Peck, Danie! Burgess, Ward 
Woodbridge, Joseph Church. 

Annual election in June. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 

Norwich. 

William Williams, jr. President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Directors — George L. Perkins, J. L. Boswell, Chas. 
P. Huntington, C. Billings, J. Williams, J. B. Gurlev, 
Win. Williams, jr. Waiter Lester, J. G. W. Trumbull. 

N. & W. W. Billings, Agents at New-London. 

Annual meeting, first Wednesday in January. 
Capital, $100,000. — Incorporated in 1819. 



mutual assurance and insurance companies. 

Hartford mutual fire insurance. 
David Grant, President. 
Ward Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Charles Shepard, Secretary. 
Directors — David Grant, Elisha Phelps, W. Wood- 
bridge, Daniel W„ Norton, Jedediah Post, D. Humph- 
reys, James Loomis, Henry Phelps, George Gillet, 
Daniel St. John. 

Pledged Capital, $120,000.— Cash in the Treasury, 
#2,500.— Number of Members, 2100. 

Green Woods (Winchester) mutual fire Insurance* 
Uriel Tuttle, President. 
Elijah P. Grant, Secretary. 
Theron Rockwell, Treasurer. 

Tolland county mutual fire Insurance. 

[Incorporated in May, 1828.] 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Annual meeting for the choice of Officers, 3d Mon- 
day in June. — Capital stock, $30,000. 






$8 RAIL ROAD COMPANIES. 

Norwich mutual assurance. 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 

Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer- 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

John P. Trott, Agent at New London. 

Incorporated in (795. Annual meeting, 2d Monday 

in January. Capital stock, $6,666. 

Litchfield mutual assurance. 

Phineas Miner, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary. 
Oliver Goodwin, Treasurer. 

Windham county mutual insurance. 
Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams White, Secretary. 

Mutual aid association — New Haven. 
David H. Carr, President. 
Gardner Morse, Vice Presidents 
S. D. Foot, Secretary. 
Alfred Daggett, Treasurer. 



rail road companies. 



Norwich and Worcester. 
Charles W. Rockwell, President. 

Directors — William C. Gilrnan, William P. Greene,, 
John Breed, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, Thomas 
Robinson, Arthur F. Gilmanj George L. Perkins, Jo- 
seph Ripley, Russel Hubbard, Norwich ; Abijah C. 
Fisher, Charles E. Anderson, Ge©rge T. Shipman, New 
York ; Benjamin Butman, Rejoice Newton, George 
T, Rice, Worcester ; George B. Slater, Webster. 

Engineer — James Lowrie. 

N. York, Providence and Boston. 

John S. Crary, New York, President. 
S.F. Denison, Ephm.Williams, Stonington, Ex. Com. 



RIVER AND OTHER COMPANIES. 8& 

Hartford and New-Haven. 

James Brewster, President. 

Directors — James Brewster, Samuel J. Hitchcock, 
John S. Mitchell, Philip S. Galpin, New Haven ; Da- 
vid Watkinson, Henry Hudson, Hartford ; 

Ketchum, New York. 

Obadiah Pease, Secretary. 

William H. Elliott, Treasurer. 

Alexander C. Twining, Chief -Engineer. 

N. Haven and Northampton Company. 

James Goodrich, President. 
John Fitch, Treasurer. 

Directors — Justus Harrison, Joseph N. Clarke, Jno. 
Nicholson, Nathaniel A, Bacon, William Mix, Dennis 
Kimberly, New-Haven ; Samuel Hinckley, L. Strong. 
Winthrop Hillyer, Northampton. 



river, steam-boat, packet and other companies. 



Connecticut River. 
Alfred Smith, President. 
James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 
Daniel Buck, Treasurer. 

Norwich Water Power. 
^Por bringing into use the waters of the Shetucket Ri- 
ver for Manufactories. 
William P. Greene, President. 
William C Gilman, Secretary and Treasurer. 
- Directors — Wm. P. Greene, Edward Whiting, Rus- 
sell Hubbard, Wm. C. Gilman, Jedediah Huntington, 
John A. Rockwell, James L. Ripley, Joseph Ripley. 
Incorporated in 1828.—Capital : $80,000. 

Union Company, Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

Elisha Dodd, Clerk and Treasurer 



90 COMPANIES — COLLEGES. 

New-London and Norwich Steam-Boat, 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Arthur F. Gilman, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — William C. Gilman, Charles W, Rock- 
well, Calvin Tyler, A. F. Gilman, Freeman Lovell, 
George L. Perkins, James L. Ripley. 

New-Haven Steam-Boat, 

Charles W. Hinman, Agent. 

New-Haven and New- York Packet. — Old Line. 

Stephen Trowbridge, Agent. 

Hartford Bridge. 

Griffin Stedman, President, 

Christopher C. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Norwich Wharf. 

James T. Richards, Treasurer. 

Trustees — Charles W. Rockwell, Thomas Robinson, 

William P. Greene. 

Norwich Market. 

William C. Gilman, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Secretary and Treasurer. 



COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES. 



YALE COLLEGE- NEW-HAVEN. 

[Founded in 1700.] 

corporation. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. 

His Excellency Henry W. Edwards, ll. d. 

His Honor Ebenezer Stoddard. 

Rev. Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s. t. d. 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 



COLLEGES. 91 



Rev. Noah Porter, s. t. d. 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen. 

Rev, Diodate Brock way, 

Hon. John Stewart. 

Rev. Loren P. Hickok. 

Hon. Joel Hinman. 

Hon. Welcome A. Browning, 

Hon. Joel W. White. 

Hon. Samuel Mills. 

Hon. Thomas Clark. 

Treasurer — Wyllis Warner, Esq. 
Steward — Caleb Mix, Esq. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t.d., ll. d., President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Kent Professor of Law. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d. Professor of Chem- 
istry, Pharmacy, Mineralogy and Geology, 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Physic. 

William Tully, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. Dwight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d. Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq. Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazar T. Fitch, s. t. d- Livingston Professor 
of Divinitv. 



92 COLLEGES. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, s. t. d. Professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmstead. a.m. Professor of Natural Philo- 
sophy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. m. Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Chas. U. Shepard, a. b. Lecturer in Natural History. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m. Professor Elect of Math- 
ematics. 

John O. Colton, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Seth C. Brace, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

Alphonzo Taft, a. m. Tutor in Natural Philosophy. 

Ehenezer A. Johnson, a. m» Tutor in Latin. 

Samuel W- S. Dutton, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Samutl St John, a. b. Tutor in Latin. 

Nathan P. Seymour, a. b. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Samuel G. Whittlesey, a. b. Tutor in Mathematics. 

James D. Dana, a. m. Assistant to the Professor of 
Chemistry. 

Frangois Turner, Bacheli'er-es-Lettres et Licencie 
en Droit dans 1'Universite de France, Instructor in the 
French Language. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Thomas Miner, m. d., Silas Fuller, m. d., Luther 
Ticknor, m. d., Dyer T. Brainard, m. d. Earl Swift, m. 
d., Milo L. North, m. d. 



Summary — Theological Students, 76 ; Law Stu- 
dents, 31 ; Medical Students, 50 ; Resident Gradu- 
ates, 2 ; Seniors, 98 ;Tuniors, 74; Sophomores, 116; 
Freshmen, 123 ; Undergraduates, 411 ; Total, 570. 

Commencement — Third Wednesday of August. 

Vacations — There are three Vacations in a year ; 
*one of six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the 



COLLEGES. 



93 



third Wednesday in August ; the second, two weeks 
from the first Wednesday in January ; and the third, 
four weeks from the last Wednesday in April. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— HARTFORD. 



Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d. President. 

J, Smith Rogers, M. d. Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralogy. 

— * , Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

Rev. Silas Totten, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

* Ducan L. Stewart, Adjunct Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. Professor of Oriental 
Literature. 

Abraham Halsey, Lecturer on Natural History. 

Amariah Brigham, Lecturer on Anatomy. 

Thomas B. Church, Tutor. 

Annual Commencement, first Tuesday of August. 



TRUSTEES. 



Rt.Rev.T.C.Brownell, d.d. 

Rev. Harry Croswell, 

Rev. N. S. Wheaton, d. d. 

Charles Sigourney, 

Richard Adams, 

Jonathan Starr, jr. 

John S. Peters, m. d. ll. d. 

Samuel Tudor, 

William H. Imlay, 

Rev. Daniel Burhans, d. d. 

Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d. 



Isaac Toucey, 
S. H. Huntington, 
Rev. William Jarvis, 
Seth P. Beers, 
Ward Woodbridge, 
Jackson Kemper, d. d. 
Gideon Tomlinson, ll. d» 
William W. Boardman, 
Rev. Smyth Pyne, 
Frederick Holcomb, 
Rev. George Buigess, 



94 



COLLEGES. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY — MI DDLETOWN. 
[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION TRUSTEES. 



Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. i 
Rev. Laban Clark, a. m. 
Rev, He man Bangs, 
Rev. Joseph A.. Merrill, 
Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Abraham Avery, 
Hon. Isaac Kellogg, 
Aaron Sanford, jr. 
James L. Phelps, m. d. 
John L. Smith, 
William R. Shafter, 



Abel Bliss, 
Rev. C. D. Cahoon, 
William J. French, 
George W. Stanley, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Henry L. DeKoven r 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Hon. W. L. Storrsy 
Samuel D. Hubbard, 
Isaac Webb. 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev, 
B. F. 
Rev. 



Nathan Bangs, d. d. 
Stephen Martindale, 
Fitch Reed, 
O. V. Ammerman, 
James Youngs, 
John Lindsey, 
Daniel Dorchester, 
Abra'm L>. Sargeant, 
Newhall, 
Henry Chase, 

John L. Smi 
Davis Smith, 



Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 
Rev. 



Robert Seney,, 
James Covell, 
John C. Green, 
George Coles, 
J, F. Cox, 
David Kilboum, 
J. F. Adams, 

D. C. Cahoon,, 

E, Mason. 



th, Treasurer. 
Steward. 



FACULTY. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d. President, 

And Professor of Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m. Professor of Mathemat- 
ics and Acting President. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m. Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Jacob Frederick Huber, a. m. Professor of Mo- 
dern Languages. 



COLLEGES. 



95 



Rev. Joseph Holdrich, a. m. Assistant Professor of 
Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnston, a. m. Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics, and Lecturer in Natural Science. 

The Annual Commencement is on the 4th Wednes- 
day of August, which is also the commencement of the 
first collegiate term. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Two weeks succeeding the last Wednesday in 
November. 2. Two weeks succeeding the 4th Wed- 
nesday in March. 3. Six weeks immediately preceding 
Commencement. 

LIBRARY. 

The University Library and the two Society Libra- 
ries together, number about 6,000 volumes, and the 
University has a very respectable Philosophical and 
Chemical Apparatus. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNEC- 
TICUT. 

[Located at E. Windsor. Incorporated in May, 1834.] 

TRUSTEES. 



Rev. Bennet Tyler, b. d. 
Samuel Pitkin, Esq. 
Rev. Daniel Dow, 
Samuel L_yman, Esq. 
Rev. Caleb J. Tenney,D.D. 
Rev. Timothy P. Gillet, 
John R. Woodbridge, Esq. 
Rev. Frederick Marsh, 
Rev. Nath. Hewit, d. d. 
Rev. Abner Brundage, 
Eliphalet Terry, Esq. 
Rev, Joseph Harvey, d, d 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d. President, 
And Professor of Christian Theology. 
Rev. Jonathan Coggswell, Professor of Ecclesiasti- 
cal History. 

Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Professor of Pastoral Duty* 



Rev. Asahel Nettleton, 
Seth Terry, Esq. 
Rev. Geo, A. Calhoun, 
Hon. Eli B. Haskell, 
Rev. Samuel Spring, 
George Goodwin, jr. Esq* 
Erastus Ellsworth, Esq. 
Richard E. Selden, jr. Esq. 
Rev. Chauncey G. Lee, 
Rev. William Ely, 
Rev. Samuel H. Riddel. 



98 ACADEMIES. 

Rev. Wm. Thompson, Prof, of Biblical Literature, 
Winter term commences in October. 
Summei term in May. 

Manual Labor privileges on the farm and in the 
work-shops connected with the Institution. 



BACON ACADEMY, COLCHESTER. 

[Incorporated in 1802. Fund $35,000.] 
Charles P. Otis, a. m. Preceptor. 
Saxton B. Little, Assistant. Female Teachers, Mrs. 
Talbot, Miss Mary Ann Wright. 

PLAINFIELD ACADEMY, 

John Witter, a. m. Principal. 
Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August* 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in August, 3 
weeks. From the 1st Wednesday in January, 2 weeks. 
From the first Wednesday in May, two weeks. 



NORWICH FEMALE ACADEMY. 

[Incorporated in 1828.] 

Trustees. — Thomas Robinson, Erastus Williams, 
George B. Ripley, George L. Perkins, John Breed, 
John Prentice. 

George L. Perkins, Treasurer. 

Thomas Robinson, Secretary. 

Rev. John Storrs and Mrs. Melancia B. Storrs, 
Principals. 



NORWICH HIGH SCHOOL. 

Trustees. — Bela Peck, Joseph Huntington, Erastus 
Huntington, James Stedman, Henry Strong. 
Calvin Tracy, Instructor. 

NEW LONDON FEMALE ACADEMY, 

Rev, Daniel Huntington, Principal. 
Miss Sarah Stoddard, Assistant, 






kCJLDEMlES. 97 

NEW LONDON UNION ACADEMY. 
Edward C. Hart, Principal. 



EAST HADDAM ACADEMIC SCHOOL. 
Nathan L. Foster, Principal. 
Edgar T. Foster, Assistant. 
Mrs. Foster, Matron. 
Vacations — From the first Monday in October, two 
weeks ; from the Monday preceding the first Wednes- 
day in May, two weeks. 



CHESHIRE ACADEMY. 
Rev. Allen C. Morgan, Principal. 
Anniversary, first Wednesday m September. 
Vacations— Four weeks fror* first Monday in May, 
and four weeks from first Wednesday ia September. 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST LITERARY IN- 
STITUTION. 
Located at SofEeid.— Incorporated, May, 1835. 
W' H. Shailor, Principal. 
Creorge L. Russell, Assistant. 
Rev. George Phippin, Secretary of Board of Trustees. 
Rev. Edward Bolles, Treasurer. 



COMMENCEMENTS OF COLLEGES. 


Waterville, (Maine) - 


- Aug. 5 


University of Virginia, - 


- s 


Washington College, (Hartford) 


19 


Yale College, (New Haven) 


- 19 


Williams College, - 


19 


Middlebury College, - 


- 19 


Dartmouth College, - 


19 


Wesleyan University, (Middletown) 


- 26 


Harvard University, (Cambridge) 


26 


Amherst College, ... 


- 26 


Brown University, (Providence) 


- Sept, 2 


Bowdoin College, (Maine) 

7 


- 2 



MILITIA. 

MILITIA. 

HIS EXCELLENCY 

HENRY W. EDWARDS, 

Captain- General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Lieut. Col. Sanford B. Grant, ) A . , « n ~~~ 
Lieut. Col. James C. Loomis, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

EBENEZER STODDARD, 
Lieutenant General. 

Major Asa S. Porter, ) A . , , ~ 

Major Gurdon W. Russell, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Brig. Gen. William Hayden, Adjutant General. 
Lt. Col. Nathan Johnson, Quartermaster General* 
Lt. Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hesekkh Goddard, Paymaster General. 

GOVERNOR'S GDaRDS. 

AT HARTFORD. 

Horsb — First Company. 
Leister Sexton, Major Commandant. 
Levi T. Skinner, Captain and 1st Lieut.. ' 
Elisha Dodd, Jr., 2d Lieutenant. 
Samuel B. Denslow, Cornet. 
George Shepard, Quartermaster. 

Foot — First Company. 
Henry Oakes, Major Commandant. 
Horace Averill, Captain and 1st Lieut, 
Griffin A. Stedman, 2d Lieutenant. 
John C. Furber, 3d Lieutenant. 
Walter Pitkin, 4th Lieutenant. 
Henry L. Miller, Ensign. 

AT NEW HAVEN. 

Horse — Second Company. 
Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant 



MILITIA. 99 

Bayard W. Burns, Captain and 1st Liout. 
Jared Barnes, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Calvin Downes, Quatermaster. 

Foot — Second Company. 
Allan N. Smith, Major Commandant* 
Noble Catlin. Captain and 1st Lieut. 
Elisha M. Go r bam, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 
Edwin J. Peck, 4th Lieutenant. 
William E. Waterbury, Ensign. 

INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 

Samuel L. Pitkin, Esq., Major General. 

Major Charles J. Gilbert, } . . , , ~ 
Major Theodore Stanley, \ A'ds-de-Camp. 

Lieut. Col. Lucien B. Hanks, Division Inspector. 
Major Christopher Colt, Jr., Division Quartermaster. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regi- 
ments of Infantry, and 1st and 4th Regiments of 
Cavalry. 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Thomas H. Marshal, Aid-de-Camp. 
Ralph Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Henry L. Clark, Brigade Quartermaster. 

FIRST REGIMENT. 

Leonard R. Welles, Colonel. 

Daniel M. Seymour, Lieut. Col,; Henry C. Hale, 
Major ; Tudor Adams, Adjutant ; Benning E. Mann, 
Quartermaster ; George M. Way, Paymaster ; Ger- 



100 MILITIA. 

rish Barrett, Chaplain j Amariah Brigham, Surgeon ' t 
Gurdon R. Russell, Surgeon's Mate ; William Drake, 
2d, Sergeant Major ; Benjamin Folger, Quartermaster 
Sergeant; James Cadwell, Fife Major , Nathan Fillcy, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Leveret Talcott Wm. H. Gilbert R. D. Lyman 
Charles H. Jones Timothy Sheldon S. G. Forbes 
Moses Morris John Loveland Russell Adams 
S. W. Ellsworth Henry Drake W. Griswold 

Abiram W. Allen Jona. B. Gillett F. Hubbard 
S. T. McKinney Griswold Phelps Samuel Clark 
Frs. F. Olmsted Amos S. Braman Edward i?elden 

Light Infantry. 
L. "VVadsworth John Francis Moses Burr 
Selden Deming William Talcott D. H. Wiflard 
Chs. M.Emerson Isaac M. Hall, IstB. C. McKillap 
T.H. Seymour,2d 
William Oaks, 3d 
C. A.Colton,4th 

SIXTH REGIMENT. 

Everlin Beckley, Colonel. 
Wolcott P. Stone, Lieut. Col.; William Loveland, 
Major; James B. Carpenter, Adjutant; William W. 
Bacon, Quartermaster; Patrick J. Clark, Paymaster; 
James M. McDonald, Chaplain ; David Harrison, Sur- 
geon ; Elisha B. Nye, Surgeon's Mate ; Enoch C. Hall, 
Sergeant Major ; Ralph Deming, Quartermastei Ser- 
geant. ; William B. North, Fife Major; George W. 
Bacon, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

S. M. Shaddick David Allen, jr. Titus Sage 
Erastus Deming Eli Goodrich Calvin Cory 
Elisha L. Sage Anson Fowler David C. Brooks 
Russell B. MorganSherrnan Morgan C.R. Chamberlain 
Edwin Hubbard Alfred North Horace Galpin 

Harvey Miller P. W. Birdsey Sylvester Prout 
E. C. Whitmore Alfred Hall H. Gildersleeve 

Dan'l Thompson Luzerne Elliott Morris Stephens 



MILITIA. 101 

Light Infantry. 
Enoch Sago, 2d E. A. Penfield S. W. Andrews 

Rifle Companies. 
E. W. N. Starr William B. May W. R. Darrow 
Henry S. ConklinRufus Sears Martin Culver 

John L. Bacon Sylvester Wilcox James D. North 
Curtis E. Camp Edwin White Alpheus Tibbals 

FOURTEENTH REGIMENT. 

James F. G. Andrews, Colonel. 
William Bull, Lieut. Col.; Solomon D. Gridley, 
Major; Artemas E. Hart, Adjutant; Chauncey D. 
Cowles, Quartermaster ; John Kirby, Paymaster ; Ire- 
nus Atkins, Chaplain ; John R. Lee, Surgeon ; Amon 
Bradley, Surgeon's Mate ; Everlin Woodford, Sergeant 
Major ; Nathan E. Stanard, Quartermaster Sergeant ; 
Joseph Tinkham, Fife Major ; Romulus Andrus, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. yEnsigns. 

Wm. Griswold Alpheus Porter Lather F. Parsons 
Jarius Winchell Ezra Loveland Isaac A. Dunham 
Cyrus Judd George Deming Henry Recor 

Eli Barnes Henry M. W T elch Silney P. Burwell 

S. D. Gridley J. M. Mathews Cyrus O. Newell 
Edward Cowles Gideon W. Hart Daniel Cowles 
Joel Bunnell Merritt Warner Henry Beckwith 

Milford Rider Lemuel C. BeldenHenry D. Rogers 

Light Infantry. 
Collingwood HartSeth Pratt Lucas M. Sutliff 

Timothy Porter James H. Bishop illiam Wheeler 

Rifle Companies. 
Isaac Benham Luther L. Tuttle Urial Bradley 
Samuel S. Bolles Geo. H. Mitchell Henry J. Hale 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Ansel Humphreys, Colonel. 
George C. Owen, Lieut. Col.; Austin N. Hum- 
phreys, Major ; Dwight Humphreys, Adjutant ; War- 
ren C. Humphreys, Quartermaster ; Samuel Holcomb, 
Paymaster ; Robert Travis, Chaplain ; James Weed, 



102 



Surgeon ; Simeon ShurtlifF, Surgeon's Mate ; John 
Brown, Sergeant Major ; Ebenezer B. Phelps, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant ; John C. Tuller, Fife Major ; De 
Forest Reed, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. 

D. Humphrey. M. R. Tuller 
Henry A. Sykes John Ives 
Niles Whiting Miles Moses 

E. Talbot, jr. Charles P. Clark 
I. P. Humphreys Jarvis Case 
Edwin P. Stevens Francis Sheldon 
N. Holcomb, jr. Luton J. Reed 
Almon Owen Dennis S. Reed 
Osman Case Jeremiah Wilcox E. Hosford, jr. 
George D. Lane Hiram E. Jones John D. Searles 

Light [n fan ay. 
E. S. Morrow Isaac Owen 
A. S. Holcomb E, A. Holcomb 

Rifle Company. 
Isaac P. Owen James C, HoskinsC. Alderman, jr 



Ensigns. 
B. Humphrey 
John Ball 
Allen N. McLean 
Francis L. Phelps 
Norman Brocket 
Horatio R. Nelson 
Ithra Goddard 
Elizur Merriara 



William Olds, jr. 
S. W. Holcomb 



TWENTY-FJFTH REGIMENT. 

Ralph Watson, Colonel. 
Arnold Keeney, Lieut. Col.; Francis McLean, jr, 9 
Major; Henry W. Allen, Adjutant ; David G. Spencer, 
Quartermaster ; Henry Bartlett, Paymaster ; Samuel 
H. Riddell, Chaplain ; William Scott, Surgeon ; Wil- 
liam O. Loomis, Surgeon's Mate ; James Hills, jr., 
Sergeant Major; Henry S. Kinsley, Quartermaster 
Sergeant; Israel E. Allen, Fife Major ; Vincent Strick- 
land, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

W. Alexander TheodoreWatson Geo. H. Rockwell 
Thaddeus Welles Guy Sampson Osmon Hale 
Sam'l Brewer, jr. Ashbel Brewer James Olmsted 
Wm. F. Wallace Samuel Loomis Elias W. Dimock 
John B. Sexton Rollin Terry James Willson 

Asa Piper Daniel Parsons Nathan Parsons 

Elijah Miller, jr. Ezra T. Jones Joseph Strickland 
JoknChapman, jr.George Lee Thomas Blish 



MILITIA. 103 

Light Infantry. 
Ed. H. Watson Geo. Thompson William Phelps 

Rifle Companies. 
Harvey Elmore Sidney May ; Moses Elmore, jr. 
Horace Taylor Salmon Allen Julius Taylor 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

James F. Skinner, Colonel. 

Charles E. Cornish, Major; Edward B.Goodwin, 
Adjutant ; Justin Bradley, Quartermaster ; William 
F. Webster, Paymaster; Job Allyn, Chaplain; Alden 
Skinner, Surgeon ; Horace C. Gillett, Surgeon's Mate; 
Shaylor F.Burnham, Sergeant Major; John S. Phelps, 
Quartermaster Sergeant ; William H. Holt, Trumpet 
Major. 

1st Troop. Trumbull Humphrey, Captain ; Job 
Case, First Lieut ; Jeremiah A. Tuller, Second Lieut.; 
Edwin C. Vining, Cornet. 

2d Troop. Warren Smith, Captain ; Roderick 
Clark, First Lieut.; Rufus Russell, Second Lieut.; 
Samuel Thompson, Cornet., 

3d Troop. William A. Foster, Captain; Amasa 
Holt, jr., First Lieut.; Elisha K. Bradley, Second 
Lieut.; David Potter, jr., Cornet. 

4th Troop. Orrin Ward, Captain ; Rufus S. Abbee, 
First Lieut.; Sylvander Harwood, Second Lieut.; Ches- 
ter Denison, Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

W'illiam G. Rowe, Colonel. 

Henry Wilson, Major ; Nelson Hart, Adjutant ; 
Luman F. Parker, Quartermaster ; Elisha Edwards, 
Paymaster ; William A. Stickney, Chaplain ; Sylvester 
Bulkley, Surgeon ; James H. Porter, Surgeon's Mate; 
Joel M. Clark, Sergeant Major ; Samuel North, Quar- 
termaster Sergeant ; Richard W. Porter, Trumpet Ma- 
jor. 

1st. Troop. Anthony Roberts, Captain ; Sylvester 



104 MILITIA. 

Hubbard, IJpst Lieut.; Ichabod Miller, Second Lieut.? 
James H. Smith,. Cornet. 

2d Troop. Huburtus B. Stocking, Captain ; Et- 
bridge G. Atkins, First Lieut.; Joel L. Judd, Second 
Lieut.; Joel H. Barnes, Cornet. 

3d Troop. Dan Clark, Captain ; Ezekiel Andrus, 
First Lieut.; Joel Peck, Second Lieut.; Samuel M. 
Hart, Cornet. 

4th Troop. Stephen Morgan, Captain ; Franklin 
W. Griswold, First Lieut.; James S. Griswold, Second 
Lieut.; Thomas Welles, Cornet. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 



Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th and 22d Regiments In- 
fantry. 
Julius Dudley, Esq. Brigadier General. 
Ralph D, Smith, Aid-de-Camp. 
Robinson S. Hinman, Brigade Major and Inspector^ 
John S. Mitchell, jr. Brigade Quartermaster. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

Gardner Morse, ColoneL 

Elijah Thompson, Lieat. Col.; Minot A. Osborne, 
Major; Charles P. Brown, Adjutant; L. Beach Piatt, 
Quartermaster ; Benj. W. Stone, Paymaster ; Rollin 
H» Neal, Chaplain; Josiah F.Hunt, Surgeon , William 
T. Peters, Surgeon's Mate; Henry Rogers, Sergeant 
Major ; Henry Hooker, Ctuartermaster Sergeant; Hen- 
ry Warner, Fife Major ; Stephen Wilcox, Drum Ma}. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Homer C. Cook John Walker A. P* Warner 
Albert Merwin Jason Bristol John Burns, jr. 
Paul P. Carey Jas. E. English Theodore D. Read 
Justus Kimberly Chas. Woodward Elijah Bradley 
Harvey Rowe Eben. Fairchild James Thompson 
M.M.Brown Joseph Conner Thos. Sanford,2d 
George Bristol Frederick Hull Wm. D. Lums 
A* S. Baldwin Wm. F. Bradley Steph, T. Perkins. 



MILITIA. 105 

Light Infantry. 
Chas. Tibbals P. F. Frazer Ralph H. Auger 

Benj. M. Prescott Ed. E. Huggins B. B. Hitchcock 
Chas.Tomlinson Chas. C. Beers William Smith 
Peter McDermot Hugh Flood Michael Cogan 

Rifle Company. 
Newton Piatt A. A. Northrop W. H. Tahnadge. 

SEVENTH REGIMENT. 

John E. Watrous, Colonel. 
Russel Stannard, Lieut. Col-; Herman W . Stephens, 
Major; Horace Redfield, Adjutant; Albert B. Hull, 
Quartermaster ; Alfred Stevens, Paymaster ; Ephraiui 
Swift, Chaplain ; J. Hutchinson, Surgeon ; F. Shep- 
ard, Surgeon's Mate ; A. S. Barnard, Sergeant Major; 
Philip S. Webb, Quartermaster Sergeant ; H. Hull, 
Fife Major ; Daniel Stevens, jr. Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Samuel Sanford Henry C. WalkerJ. E. Whittlesey 
Chas, Dickinson Jared E. Shailer Samuel Ventris 
Horace Stevens L. R. Blotchly Joel P. Griswold 
E. S. Southworth Nath. J. Pratt John W. Post 
J. P. Chittenden Linus Stevens C. L'Hommedieu 
Wm. Bushnell Joseph B.Wilcox Wm. H. Spencer 
William Lane Atwood Spencer Alex. H. Gilbert 
Jos- B. Hubbard David Brainard Philander Burr 

Light Infantry. 
Wash. Buell Wm. S. Morgan Rufus Stanwood 
Harvey Child James Cone Orrin Freeman 

Rifle Company. 
John Denison Samuel Stevens Edward H. Pratt 



TENTH REGIMENT, 

John Lindly, Colonel. 
Henry M. Blakesle, Lieut. Col.; Samuel L. Blatch- 
ly, Major : Benjamin Kelsey, Adjutant ; Titus Kel- 
sey, Quartermaster; Philemon Scranton, Paymaster, 
Samuel N. Shepard, Chaplain ; George W. Scranton, 
Surgeon ; John C. Pomroy, Surgeon's Mate ; Roger 



106 MILITIA. 

Griswold, Sergeant Major ; John R. Frisbie, Gluarter- 
master Sergeant ; Samuel Cook, Fife Major ; Ralph 
Hill, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John Harrington William Fowler Amos W. Leet 
Lemuel Doolittle David M. Stone Thos. A. Herrick 
Benj. Rogers Philo Waiden James Averill 

Wm. M. Blake William Hartley Orrin Warner 
David R. Meigs Baldwin Hart Samuel Meigs 
Jerome Harrison Daniel Page Henry W. Smith 

Timothy Dudley Grove Hubbard Edward M. Field 
Samuel L Bailey Nathan A- Hill James Scranton 
Wm. M. Fowler Wm. H. Maltby Alfred Todd 

Light Infantry. 
Luman Atwater Spencer Taylor Henry H.Sutley. 



TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT. 

Russel Ailing, Colonel. 

David, B Hurd, Lieut. Col. : Gilbert J. Griswold, 
Major , Edward Clark, Adjutant ; Jared Pritchard, 
duartermaster ; George Beecher, Paymaster ; Wm. 
Barlow, Chaplain ; Horace Tuttle, Sergeant Major ; 
Alfred Dickerman, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Daniel 
Porter, Surgeon ; Henry Byington. Surgeon's Mate ; 
Charles Snow, Fife Major ; Ira Couch, Drum Major, 

Captains. Lieutenants Ensigns. 

James C.Wheeler Julius J.Bronson Jas. M. Grannis 

Wm. D. Smith John Moss Charles Shelton 

Eli E. Curtiss Henry Peck Ezra Belden 

Ezra S. Hough B. A. Lindsley Ives A. Lewis 

B. R. Beecher Henry L. Zenell Wm. Bateman 

Stephen Payne George Payne Henry Hotchkiss 

Asahel L. Judd Henry A. Smith Jesse A. Doolittle 

Rich. Watson, jr.L. L. Benham Lewis Perkins 

Light Infantry. 
Merrit TompkinsAbijah P. Judd Jo. R. Benham 
Simeon Brooks A. M. Hitchcock Albert Judd 



MILITIA. 107 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the 3d and 5th Brigades. 

Waterman C. Clark, Esq. Major General. 

Major LaFayette S. Foster, ) A . , , ^ 

M- t-v • , T m ! 11 ?■ Aids-uc-Camp. 
ajor Daniel L. Trumbull, ) l 

Lieut. Col. Asa Child, Division Inspector. 

Major James B. Goddard, Division duartermaster. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th and 20th Regiments 

Infantry. 

George C. Wilson, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Giles M. Eaton, Aid-de-Camp. 

George S. Gay, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John W. Bulkley, Brigade Quartermaster. 



THIRD REGIMENT. 

Francis B. Loomis, Colonel. 
Francis Jones, Lieut. Col. ; Nathan Beckwith, Ma- 
jor ; Thomas Fitch, Adjutant ; Franklin Chappell, 
duartermaster ; Alfred Hart, Paymaster ; Frederick 
Crocker, Surgeon ; Sam. R. Turner, Surgeon's Mate; 
Thos. J. Avery, Sergeant Major : Walter King, duar- 
termaster Sergeant ; Orramel Whittlesey, Fife Major ; 
Giles Chapman, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jo- C. Douglass Ed. H. Learned Jame3 H. Turner 
S. H. Hunlly Silas E. Beehe Thomas S. Swan 
Ahisha A, Baker James L. Turner John H. Lester 
F. W. Bolles Geo. T. Adams Ezra Beckwith 

Wra. F. Davis Matth. Congdon Nathaniel Crocker 
C. P. Starks E. D. Brockway Allen Griffin 

Jno. N. Ransom John Whittlesey Ebenezer Tiffany 
Ed. P. Baker Henry B. Ames Horace Watrous 

Light Infantry. 
Roya! Chanel Oliver F. Smith Hez. B. Smith 
DAniel Peck Cyrus Swan Wra. E. Cone 



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EIGHTH REGIMENT, 

William C. Stanton, Colonel. 
Nelson Haley, Lieut. Col.; Zebulcn F. Stanton, 
Major ; Richard W. Smith, Adjutant ; Thomas W. 
Palmer, jr. Gluartermaster; William A. Babcock, Pay- 
master; Joseph Ayer, jr. Chaplain ; Thomas P. Wat- 
tles, Surgeon ; William Hyde, jr. Surgeon's Mate ; 
J. R. Cheseborough, Sergeant Aiajor ; Noyes Brown, 
Gluartermaster Sergeant ; Cyrus W. Peckham, Fife 
Major ; Stephen P. Wheeler, Drum Major. 

Captains Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Stanton Sheffield E. D. Cheseboro' Thos. G. Wheeler 
Norton Haley Benj. F. Park Alden Fish 
Nathan York, jr. David M. Maine Azariah Maine 
Vacant E. C. Thegwin Alex. C. Smith 

B. A. Avery Joseph A. Lamb Wm. L. Maine 

Joshua Noyes, jr.Henry Hinckley Thos. S. Hancock 
Nathan Brown Jas. B. Palmer Thomas B. Crary 
Chas. H. Starr John D. Wilcox Wm N. Grant 

Light Infantry. 
Amos Clift James C. Lamb John Gallup 

Z. F. Stanton Benj. W. Palmer Charles H. Maine 

Rifle Company. 
Edmund Spicer James J. Brown Whitman Brown 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Guidon A. Jones, Colonel. 
John Gl. Cox, Lieut. Col.; D wight R. Stetson, Ma- 
jor ; George Coit, Adjutant ; Asa L. Latham, (Quar- 
termaster ; Henry Hart, Paymaster ; Seth B. Paddock, 
Chaplain ; Edwin A. Tweedy, Surgeon ; James M. 
Huntington, Surgeon's Mate ; Griswold Morgan, Ser- 
geant Major ; Ebenezer F. Parker, Gluartermaster 
Sergeant; Zebulon R. Robbins, Fife Major ; John H. 
Brown, Drum Major. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Eben J. Crocker And. G. Prentiss Jesse G. Tift 
L. L. Huntington S. C. Williams Loren P. Dolbeare 
John B. Lamb Gilbert Lamb, jr. William Hazen 



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169 



Shepard Brown 
San ford Brumlev 
Alfred Guile 
C. L. Whiting 

Josiah Brumley 
John L. Cook 

C. B. Bitgood 
James Setchell 
Edwin Allen 



P. P. Partlow 
S. A. Field 

H.G. Ayer 
Joseph G. Ford 

Light Infantry. 
William T. Cox 
Jno. E. Babcock 

Rifle Companie 
Elisha Morgan 
Samuel C. Stan- 
John F. Slater 



Sumner B. Cole 
Wm. A. Johnson 
H. B. Benjamin 
William Shelley 

Wm. E. Hinckley 
F. H. Peckham 

3. 

Wm. G.Browning 
T. F. Albertson 
Eben. B. Allen 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT. 

Charles F, Day, Colonel. 
Orrin Warner, Lieut. Col. ; Julius Gates, Major ; 
Asa Day, Adjutant ; Gurley Phelps, Quartermaster ; 
John R.Porter, Paymaster; Roger G. Isham, Chap- 
lain ; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; Lucius W. Mc- 
intosh, Surgeon's Mate ; Alfred Otis, Sergeant Major; 
Isaac H. Day, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Henry E. 
Carver, Fife Major ; Hiram Barton, Drum Major. 
Captains, Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Richard S. Pratt Christ. Holmes David B. Pike 
Vacant Joel D. Giilet 

D, Brainard David Brainard 

N. A. Harding Wm. Carrier 
Thos. Ackley, jr, A. S. Buckingham David Snow 
Seymour KelloggCephas C. Brown Samuel Brown 2d 
W. Sears, jr. A. S. Brainard Anson Carpenter 
Harvey Brown S. R. Loomer JN". A. Brown 
Light Infantry. 
John G. Page 
Wm. E. Cone 

Rifle Company. 
Ed. Edmondson 



J. C. Gilbert 
Cyrus Swan 



Jirah J. Bulkley 
Chas.H. Brainard 
S, C. Durham 



Jo. W. White 
Joseph Paddock 



Chas. S. Isham 



ElihuA.Brockway 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 
Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th and 23d Regiments In- 
fantry, and 2d Regiment Cavalry. 
Chauncey F. Cleveland, Esq. Brigadier General. 



11U MILITIA.. 

Dyer H. Clark, Aid-de-Camp. 

Alfred Hammond, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Aaron M. Lyon, Brigade Gluartermaster. 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 

William L. Jillson, Colonel. 
Jared T. Wilbur, Lieut. Col. ; James A. Hovey, 
Major ; Andrew M. Litchfield, Adjutant ; H. G. Sa- 
bin, Gluartermaster ; Samuel A. Wadsworth, Paymas- 
ter j Daniel G. Sprague, Chaplain ; William Witter, 
Surgeon ; J. Witter, Surgeon's Mate; Amos J. Gallup, 
Sergeant Major ; James H. Holt, Gluartermaster Ser- 
geant ; David Horton, Drum Major ; Sirrron Fuller, 
Fife Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

William Bass Edwin G.Balcom James Essex 
Waterman BrownEdward Hall Lester Arnold 
Thomas Braman William Foster Earl Warner 
R. W. Robinson John P. Allen Theron Cory 
Waiter Smith Alexander Lyon Isaiah Williams 

James A. Hovey C, C. Button, jr. Ira Young 
J. R. L. Douglass Jason Stone Charles Cole 

Alvah Rood Lowell Groves Simeon W. Cord 

Light Ihfantry. 
Asa Kimball John R. Tweedy Alex. M. Gordon 

Rifle Companies. 
John M. Smith Caleb P. Wilson William Lester 
John S. Jillson Lloyd E.Baldwin Edwin S, Fitch 

ELEVENTH REGIMENT. 

Andrew A. Williams, Colonel. 
Moses C. Sessions, Lieut. Col. ; Luther Day, Ma- 
jor ; Danforth Child, Adjutant ; Charles IV] atthewson, 
Gluartermaster ; Charles D. Smith, Paymaster ; Foster 
Thayer, Chaplain ; A. Witter, Surgeon ; Eleazer Litch- 
field, 2d, Surgeon's Mate • Edwin S. Child, Sergeant 
Major ; Benajah Bugbee, Drum Major ; Ezra Ham- 
mond, Fife Major. 



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Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Corlis Lombard Giles Williams Th. Grosvenor, jr. 
W. Huntington Anson Barrett Ed. G. Arnold 
Jacob Ballad James G. Hunt E. H. Maflitt 

J. W. Danielson Geo. W. Pray Lucius Day 
D. W. Chandler Silas May Wm. Whitney 

George Davis Wm. Robbins Olney Hoyle 
Stephen Johnson Stephen L. PotterHiram N. Brown 
Danford Morse Harvey Walker Judson Smith 
Joel Copeland Schuyler Elliot Russell Greene 
Seth Chase, 2d, George Adams Caleb Sherman 

Light Infantry. 
Thomas J. Taft Thos. W. Delphy John Fox, 2d 

Rifle Companies. 
Alanson Peck Chas. Richmond Anson S. Atwood 
Isaac Mills Elliot Joslin John Puffer 

Norman Kelly Marvin A. Dexter Alva Chase 

NINETEHNTH REGIMENT. 

Asa Fuller, Colonel. 

Gains Wood, Lieut. Col.; Samuel Thompson, Ma- 
jor ; Harvey R. James, Adjutant ; Clark Spellman, 
Gtuartermaster ; Henry Gay, Paymaster , F. L. Rob- 
bins, Chaplain ; Theodore Hamilton, Surgeon ; Joseph 
C. Dow, Surgeon's Mate ; Ervvin Pease, Serg't Major; 
J. Wood, Gtuartermaster Sergeant ; J. Weston, Drum 
Major ; Dan Warner, Fife Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Samuel Rockwell L. H. Whiting Sam. Colburn, jr. 
Levi Drake Joseph A. Strait William Francis 

C. B. Pomeroy Lee L. Rogers Vacant 
Chauncey Davis David Abbee Horace Abbee 
Elijah C. Nye Eras. D. Chaffee James M. Martin, 
F. A. Harwood A. D. Harwood John Sheldon 
William Carroll Lemuel A. Arnold Wm. A. Palmer 

Light Infantry. 

Orlin C. Dorman Wm. L. Ransom Elijah W. Smith 
William Gilmore Cordial Olcott Calvin Fisk 



IVZ M1LITIJL. 

TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT. 

Calvin Daggett, Colonel. 
Isaac Gaylord, Lieut. Col. ; Z. P. Arnold, Major \ 
Edward M. Bicknell, Adjutant; John W. Boyington, 
Gluartermaster ; Asa B. Pendleton, Paymaster ; Lent 
S. Hough, Chaplain ; Samuel D. Carver, Surgeon ; J. 
H. Simmons, Surgeon's Mate ; George Cady, Serg't 
Major ; William H. Perkins, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Alfred T. Lilly, Drum Major • Thomas Russ, Fife 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Leon.R. Dunham Wirt. V. Johnson Terry Holley 
Richard H. Rose Cyrus Dow Eph'm Coleman 

S. Yernans Sam. B. Fuller Addison* H. Fitch 

Z» B. Skinner Jacob Lyman Aivin Bishop 

Austin H. Niles Lucius H. Niles Ralph P. Russ»ll 
Otis Sweet Geo* N. Looinis N. L. Porter 

Milton Sherman Willard Lyon Augustus Dodge 

John F. Dean Joseph Abbott A. R. Barrows 
Elisha B. Mosely Nathan Griggs Solomon R. Fuller 
Win, A. Perkins B. Hutchinson Wm. A. Fitch 

Light Infantry. 
Minor Harris Edmund Hanks William C. Young 
Jairus Chapman Oliver Bowen L. B. Richards 



SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Amos Fowler, jr., Colonel. 

William P. Williams, Major; Anson Fowler, Adju* 
tant ; Paul W. Avery, Quartermaster ; George W. 
Standish, Paymaster ; Philo T. Judson, Chaplain ; Jas- 
per C. Foster, Surgeon ; Edward P. C. Fowler, Sur- 
geon's Mate; Whitman Phillips, Sergeant Major; 
William Hames, Quartermaster Sergeant; Francis B. 
Lee, Bugle Major. 

1st Troop. John Church, Captain ; Philip P. Whit- 
more, First Lieut.; Philander L. Fuller, Second Lieut.; 
Justus Collar, Cornet 

2d Troop. Edward Spaulding, Captain ; James B. 
Cary, First Lieut.; William H. Putnam, Second Lieut.; 
Joseph C, Spaulding, Cornet. 



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3d Troop. Charles A. Scovill, Captain ; Cyrus 

Williams, First Lieut.; Alanson H. Loe, Sooond 
Lieut.; Daniel Way, Cornet. 

4th Troop. Erasmus Rawson, Captain ; Elisha 
Lyon, First Lieut.; Horace Sabin, Second Lieut. 
Edward L. Penniman, Cornet. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

Charles F. Sedgwick, Esq., Major General. 

Major Richard Smith, ) A ., ■, ^ 

£- •! ^ , n ' > Aids-de-Camp. 

Major Daniel Bacon, S 

Lieut. Col. Alexander A. Ilolley, Division Inspector. 
Major William Lawrence, Division Quartermaster. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th and 24th Regiments of 
Infantry, and 5th Regiment Cavalry. 
Sands Adams, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Charles W. Hill, Aid-de-Camp. 
Joshua B. Ferris, Brigt.de Major and Inspector. 
Oliver H. Perry, Brigade Quartermaster. 

FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Charles W. Thorp, Colonel. 
Orlando B, Hall, Lieut. Col.; Judson Curtiss, Major; 
Albert Whitmore, Adjutant; Seth Seeley, Quarter- 
master ; John Burr, Paymaster ; Nathan E Cornwcll, 
Chaplain ; William Nash Surgeon ; David H. Nash, 
Surgeon's Mate; William S. Wilson, Sergeant Major; 
Henry Judson, Quartermaster Sergeant; John Wal- 
land, Fife Major; Jedediah Adams, Drum Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

E. L. Penrield Barth. Bennett Peter Sturgis 
Munson Curtis Curtis Blackman Henry A. Curtis 
T. B. Wakeman Gershom Perry Walter Jennings 
Edward B. CombsAaron Whitney W. G. Stevenson 

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Aaron Jennings Wm. Baldwin 
George Davis David B. Booth 
David W. SheltonOrvil Booth 
David Beach John OJmsted 

Prosper Hurd Beardsley Lewis 
Light Infantry. 
Thomas Ransom Edward Hyde 
Frederick Burr 



Wm. Hubbell 
Sheldon P. Curtis 
Shelton HubbeU 
Charles Staples 
Geo. W. Mallett 

Joseph Osborn 



Lewis Penfield 



William C. Gibbs Sam'l L. Tweedy 

Rifle Company, 
Burr Bennett John Powell 



NINTH REGIMENT. 

William Watson, Colonel. 
Stephen Raymond, Lieut. Col. ; Hanford Stevens, 
Major • Justin Hodge, Adjutant j Abraham Lane, 
Quartermaster ; Thomas Merrils, Paymaster ; Jacob 
L. Clark, Chaplain ; Chauncy Ayers, Surgeon ; Chas. 
W. Spencer, Surgeon's Mate ; Darius Ferris, Sergeant 
Major ; Alfred Hoyt, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Wm. 
Selleck, Drum Major ; Wm. R. Scofield, Fife Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

H. M. ProwiU Wm. G. Webb John French 
James W. Hovt D. W. Tucker Edward Bacon 
Henrv Lamb Charles Hanford Samuel Gorham 

B. W. Husted Daniel S. Mead Charles Mead 
Enoch P. Reeler Lewis Cooke Elias Johnson 
Gideon Close Chas. E. Husted Jo. W. Youngs 
AugustusHanfordWilliam Brown Alonzo Gt. Hawks 
Th. A. Comstock John Benedict Fred. S. Ayers 

Light Infantry. 
Charles Miller A. D. Tompkins Hickford Marshall 
David Peck ]S r oah Stiles, jr. Levi Stilson 

Martin S. Craw Jason Merrill H. S. Brown 
Augustus Weed Wm. Baraclough Wm. J. Finley 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Amzi Rogers, Colonel. 
Adolphus Hallock, Lieut. Col. ; Homer Lake, Ma- 
jor ; Philander Stevens, Adjutant ; Oscar F.W.Crane, 
Quartermaster j George Crane, Paymaster j Anson 



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Rood, Chaplain ; Daniel Northrop, Surgeon ; Edwin 

A. Lacy, Surgeon's Male ; George Benjamin, Sergeant 
Major ; Preston Crofut, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Cy- 
rus W. French, Fife Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Tim. B. Sherman Ed. C. Foster Joseph B. Foot 

Albert N.Baldwin David D. Noble Orrin Bulkley 
Joseph Blackman William Scudder Abel Botsford 
Charles Peck William AndrewsJames H. Vinton 
Enoch Knapp Alohzo Bigelow Levi Penfield 
George Hawley Beers Foot S. B, Ruggles 

Lemuel B. Luke David N. Graves Joseph T. Seeley 
Hiram Keeler Ephraim French Silas Erwing 
David J. Glover Edwin Botsford John Beers 

Light Infantry. 
Edwin Hubbell Georgus Mallory Francis A.Holmes 
Josiah Beardsly Fred. Spencer Alfred O.Beardsly 

TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT. 

Eli Mallory, Colonel. 
George B. Sears, Lieut. Colonel ; William Squire, 
Major; William Belden, Adjutant; William M. Mead, 
Quartermaster ; Geo. H. Randall, Paymaster; Grand- 
ison Selleck, Chaplain; Sylvester Mead, Surgeon; 
Joseph J. Yancy, Surgeon's Mate ; Alonzo Byington, 
Sergeant Major j Asher Merchant, Quartermaster 
Sergeant ; Rufus Northrop, Fife Major ; Sherman 
Mead, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William Smith Henry Beers James Msad 

Thomas Bassing John A. Taylor Geo- S. Knapp 
Barney Bartam Samuel Bennett Benj. Sherwood 
Jas. Comstock Lewis Keeler Sam. B. Dudley 

Aaron Ambler Andrew Perry Mat. Bulkley 

B. P. Norris Eliakim Northrop Gould B. Sears 
Eli Wakeman Horace Fanton Geo. W. Bradley 
Alanson Lyon Miles Len Ed. F. Godfrey 

Light Infantry. 
L. Olmsted Duncan Henry Daniel M. Sutton 

Cyrus Silliman Joel Thorp Walter Bradley 



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FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Henry Merwin, Colonel. 

Abijah E. Tweedy, Major ; Nathan Seeley, Adju- 
tant ; Horace T. Wild man, Quartermaster ; Charles 
Gaylord, Paymaster ; Lemuel B. Hall, Chaplain ; Ez 
ra P. Bennett, Surgeon ; Clifford Booth, Surgeon's 
Mate ; Augustus C. ^hepard, Sergeant Major; Jonah 
Sanford, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Osmon Starr, 
Trumpet Major. 

1st Troop. Jerome B.Strong, Captain ; ErastusH. 
Bootly, 1st Lieutenant ; Lines R. Clark, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Freeman E. Mallery, Cornet. _ 

2d Troop. William Wildman, Captain; Joseph C. 
Barnum, 1st Lieutenant ; Orson Dibble, 2d Lieuten- 
ant. ; Ralph D. Sturges, Cornet. 

3d Troop. No returns. 

4th Troop. Michael S. Piatt, Captain ; Edward 
N. Newton, 1st Lieutenant; William J. Starr, 2d 
Lieutenant ; Elihu N. Hine, Cornet. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th and 21st Regiments 

Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Edward A. Phelps, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Burrall Sage, Aid-de-Camp. 

John Cotton Smith, jr. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Charles B. Smith, Brigade Quartermaster. 

TWELFTH REGIMENT. 

Merrit Heminway, Colonel. 
Philo N. Hodge, Lieut. Col. ; Leman W. Cutler, 
Major; John C. Ambler, Adjutant; Titus A. Bryant, 

Quartermaster ; Mitchell, Paymaster ; Fosdick ] 

Harrison Chaplain ; A. B. Burritt, Surgeon ; 

Downs, Surgeon's Mate ; Amos M. Johnson, Serg't ! 
Major ; Edson Camp, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Lu- 
cius T. Cogswell, Drum Major ; Edwin Porter, Fife 
Major. 



117 



Captains. 
George Peck 
B. H. Shelton 
Chas.W. Ambler 
Eli Cuitiss 
M. V. Bronson 
flor. Beardsley 
Steph. Sanford, jr. 
Chester Curtiss 
Vacant 

Selden M. Stone 
Albert Guther 
Chas. H. Webb 

L. W. Cutler 



Lieutenants. 
Wm. H. Hunter 
Cyrus Ilinman 
Wm. Andrews 
C. B. Merriman 

Mitchell 

Harvey Terrill 
Thomas Sanford 
Asahel Tyler 
Vacant 

Light Infantry. 
Lucius Ives 
Wm. P. Edmond 
Vacant 

Rifle Company. 
Geo. F.Merriman 



Ensigns. 
Jared S. Baldwin 
Elisha Wheeler 

Shelton 

A. B. Everitt 
P. S. Hollister 
Daniel C. Meeker 
Vacant 
Charles Treat 
Vacant 

John W. Castle 
Peter Hard 
Vacant 

Dayton Mattoon 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Nathaniel Benedict, Colonel. 
Eltazer Jenkens, Lieut. Col. , Stephen S. Gould, 
Major ; Edwin White, Adjutant ; Riley M. Rexford, 
Quartermaster ; John H. Harris, Paymaster ; Leonard 
E. Lathrop, Chaplain; Burritt B. North, Surgeon? 
Henry Catlin, Surgeon's Mate ; Aaron Beers, Sergeant 
Major ; Amos B. Hart, Gtuartermaster Sergeant ; W. 
C. Strong, Fife Major j Samuel R. Baldwin, Drum 
Major. \ 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Seth R.Rockwell Elisha Andrews Henry Rockwell 
John C. Berry Joel S. Young Burrett Eaton 
Nathan B. Lake Joseph Lake John P. Goodwin 

Aaron E. Pettee W. R. Whittlesey Moses L.Graham 
Wm. Humphrey Merrit Pendleton" Chas. W. I sham 
Asa Ingraham John Montgomery Lyman Judd 
T. B. Bosworth William Jones " G. M. Hichcock 
Lyman Hollister Henry St. John I. S. Everette 

Light Infantry. 
Chauncy L. Hunt Martin Holcomb Miles Miner 
Jacob Scovill Alpheus A.Miller Fayette W.. Pierce 
John J. Jewett Henry Weed A, C. Woodward 



118 MILITIA. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT. 

Colonel. 



Lyman Wooster, Lieut. Col. ; Lewis P. Gill, Ma- 
jor ; , Adjutant ; Miner R. Deming, 

Quartermaster ; Christopher Smith, Paymaster; Loren 
P. Hickock, Chaplain ; John G. Candee, Surgeon ; 
James G. Beck with, Surgeon's Mate ; Levi Heaton, 
jr. Sergeant Major ; William Bolles, Gluartermaster 
Sergeant ; Dudley F. Hallock, Fife Major ; Asa E. 
Sperry, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

C. A. Chadwick Henry, Hull Edward W. King 

Vacant Loyd S. Turner D. H. Geodwin 

Henry Holt Gross Gates Nath. O. Chaffee 

Frederick North Hiram Munsill Wm. Talmadge 
H. Beach, jr. William Rogers Lucius Doolittle 
Lucius Westover Phineas W.CampHoratio Benton 
Geo. P. Bissell Leon, A.Goodv>in George Watson 
Piatt S. Carter Harvey Teeple Augustin Curtiss 
Lucius S. Turner D. C. Churchill William Camp 
H. G. Kilbourn Joseph L. Peters James A. Judd 
Hiram Welton Chas. Forrest A. L. Ackley 

Light Infantrv. 
Edward Painter C. E. Gaylord * Geo. P. Roberts 
Wm. R, Buell James H. Cook George Merchant 
O. M.Humphrey Heman Oviatt Ira W. Curtiss 

Rifle Company. 
Myron Stone Smith Beach Aaron Langdon 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT. 

Wyllis Griswold, Colonel. 

Edmond Monson, Lieut. Col. ; Horace B. Knapp, 
Major; Hiram Goodwin, Adjutant; Roger H. Mills, 
Quartermaster; George Gaylord, Paymaster ; Joseph 
Eldredge, Chaplain ; Calvin Cook, Surgeon ; Lyman 
Case, Surgeon's Mate ; Burral Sage, Sergeant Major; 
John E. Roberts, Gluartermaster Sergeant ; A. Whee- 
ler, Fife Major ; Eiias Case, Drum Major, 



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Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Josiah Goodsell Jabez G. Curtiss William Watson 

Edward M.StrongDavid Hale Harlow Atwood 

Elisha Monson Owen Case R. S. Vosburgh 

Henry Knapp J. J. Johnson Elcazer Holt 

A. B. Parker Ed. D. Munger Walter Stebbins 

Hiram Gillett W m. J. Screen William Lord 
William Lum Justus R. Loomis Wm. T. Battell 

Warren Clark John Kellogg Geo. R. Jewett 

Light Ihfantry. 
Lucius Griswold Solomon demons Ed. A. Doolittle 

Freeman Graham Ralph Merrill Arch. Marshall 

Rifle Company. 

Henry Hinsdale John Camp Elijah B. White 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Lloyd Humphrey, Colonel. 

Royal I. Watson, Major ; Herman Cook, Adjutant ; 
Edward Seymour, Quartermaster ; James Watson, 
Paymaster; Epaphras Goodman, Chaplain ; William 
O. Talcott, Surgeon , Charles Edwards, Surgeon's 
Mate ; Samuel G. Matthews, Sergeant Major ; Thos. 
S. Seymour, Quartermaster Sergeant ; John H.Payne, 
Trumpet Major, 

1st Troop. Moses E. Peck, Captain ; Hiram A- 
bells, 1st Lieutenant ; George W. Smith, 2d Lieuten- 
ant ; Sylvester H. Harrison, Cornet. 

2d Troop. Addison Palmer, Capt. , Herman Coke, 
1st Lieutenant ; Hiram Barber, 2d Lieutenant ; Har- 
mon Williams, Cornet. 

3d Troop. Jesse Williams, Captain ; Lyman North, 
1st Lieutenant ; Dwight L. Williams, 2d Lieutenant ; 
Hiram Sage, Cornet. 

4th Troop. Wm. N. Buell, Captain ; Isaac Morse, 
1st Lieutenant ; Benjamin Bates, 2d Lieut. ; Daniel 
Bradley, Cornet. 



BRIGADE OF ARTILLERY. 

Comprising the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th Regiments of Light 
Artillery, and the 1st, 2d and 3d Regiments of Hojrse 
Artillery. 



lA) MILI1IA. 

Clark Wooster, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Henry T. Huggins, Aid-de-Camp. 
Phineas B. Whitmore, Brigade Major and Inspec- 
tor. 
Sherman W. Scovill, Brigade Quartermaster. 



FIRST REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

No returns. 



SECOND REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

E. L. H. Chamberlain, Colonel. 

Randolph Stockhridge, Lieut. Col.; Joseph A. Wells, 
Major ; J. B. Southrnayd, Adjutant; Edwin S. Sperry, 
Quartermaster; Andrew K. Goodwin, Paymaster; 
John Cookson, Chaplain ; Charles Woodward, Sur- 
geon ; M. H. Shepard, Surgeon's Mate ; William G. 
Buell, Sergeant Major; Augustus Cowles, Quarter- 
master Sergeant, Abial H. Pease, Drum Major; Jere- 
miah Stevens, Fife Major. 

No returns of Company officers 

THIRD REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

John R. Wilcox, Colonel, [Elect.] 

Stanton Pendleton, Lieut. Col.; Jonathan F. Ford, 
Major, [Fleet.;] Guy C. Hotchkiss, Adjutant; Ira 
Merwin, Quartermaster; Zimri H Ward, Paymaster; 
Lorenzo T. Bennett, Chaplain; D. H. Moore, Surgeon ; 
J. B. Wheat. Surgeon's Mate • Nathan P. Thomas, Ser- 
geant Major; Nelson Brockett, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; William C Baldwin, Fife Major; George Fo 
Carter, Drum Major. 

Company Officers. 
Captains. 1st Lieutenanls. 2d Lieutenants. 

1 W.C. WarrinerGeorge Gunn Joseph O. Caine 

2 P. Chatfield W. A. TomlinsonCharles Smith 

3 Chs. E. FowlerJohn Burgess Lewis Griswold 

4 J. F. Todd J. Dudley E. S. Ely 



MILITIA. 121 

5 Charles Gilbert Geo. Hopkins H. G. Dickerman 

6 Morris Tyler C. B. Doo'ittle Chauncey Wells 

7 A. W. French John Smith Josiah P. Isbell 

8 F. A. Holcomb Giles T. Baldwin Grant Smith 

9 Charles Davis Abner Parmcle Henry Harris 

FOURTH REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

George Robbins, Colonel. 

Nathan B. Dibble, Lieut. Col.; Thomas P. Guire, 
Major; F. W. Parrott, Adjutant ; Henry Edwards, 
Quartermaster ; Charles Ferguson, Paymaster ; S. 
Simons, Surgeon ; Nathaniel S. Wordin, Surgeon's 
Mate ; Thomas P. White, Sergeant Major ; John 
Stevenson, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Frederick La- 

throp, Drum Major; Guire, Fife Major. 

Company Officers. 

1st Company. Wm. Monfgomer}', Captain ; Abra- 
ham Bliford, First Lieut.; Eliphalet B. Stevens, Se- 
cond Lieut. 

2d Company. Divine Chatfield, Captain ; W. Drew, 
First Lieut.; Solomon Sturtevant, Second Lieut. 

3d Company. Vacant, Captain; Russell Barnes, 
First Lieut.; Lorenzo Wheeler, Second Lieut. 

4th Company. Morse Leavenworth, Captain ; Wm. 
Hurlbut, First Lieut.; Heman Bowers, Second Lieut. 

5th Company. Daniel S. Brinsmade, Captain ; Dan- 
iel Fairchild, First Lieut.; Lucius B. Burrows, Second 
Lieut. 

6th Company. William L. Bennett, Captain ; Hen- 
ry Dikeman, First Lieut.; Edward N. Shelton, Se- 
cond Lieut 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Beril P. Smith, Colonel. 
Samuel Rose, Lieut. Col.; Hiram Cook, Major ; 
Andrew H. Foot, Adjutant ; Harry Ives, Quartermas- 
ter ; Samuel H. Dutton, Paymaster ; Jonathan Foot, 
Sergeant Major ; Jonah S. Newton, Quartermaster 
Sergeant ; John Woodruff, Trumpet Major. 



l&> MILITIA. 

Company Officers. 

1st Company. Captain, vacant. Abijah B. David* 
son, 1st Lieutenant; Joseph K. Palmer, 2d Lieut. 

2d Company. Elijah Rice, Captain , Eli Ives, 1st 
Lieutenant ; William Carrington, 2d Lieutenant. 

3d Company. Treat Clark, Captain ; Horace Bolls, 
Darius Baldwin, Jonah Rogers, Miles Beecher, Lieu- 
tenants. 

SECOND REGIMENT OF HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Aaron T. Niles, Colonel. 

Jehiel Johnson, Lieut. Colonel ; Jeremiah K. Dow, 
Major ; Henry C. Rogers, Adjutant ; Joshua Wood- 
worth, Quartermaster ; Alfred Harvey, Paymaster ; 
Datus Williams, Surgeon ; D. B. Chapman, Surgeon's 
Mate : Eliphalet Emmons, Sergeant Major ; Julius 
Williams, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Norman North, 
Trumpet Major. 

No further returns from the second Regiment. 

THIRD REGIMENT OF HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Horace Banks, Colonel. 

Peter Smith, Lieut. Col. ; Darius L)avenport, Major; 
James B. Crawford, Adjutant ; Urban Lacey, Quar- 
termaster j, Edson Bradley, Paymaster; N. D.Haight, 
Surgeon ; Gould Blackman, Sergeant Major ; Edwin 
A..Lewis, Quartermaster Sergeant; Crosby W. Skin- 
ner, Bugle Major. 

Company Officers. 
1st Company. Zeno Johnson, Captain; Albert 
Edwards, Ebenezer Wakeley, Samuel D. Shelton, El- 
by Lewis, Lieutenants ; Geo. L. Nichols, Cornet. 

2d Company, Russel Mead, Captain ; Edward De- 
Forest, Samuel S. Olmsted, Legrand Comstock, Hen- 
ry Smith, Lieutenants ; Amos Smith, jr. Cornet. 

3d Company. Hezekiah M. Cooley, Capt.; Samuel 
M. Banks, Samuel G. Lockwood, Seth W. Meeker, 
Andrews B. Godfrey, Lieutenants ; Wilson Knapp, 
Cornet. 

4th Company. Oscar S. Hawley, Captain ; John 
Holmes, Alsop Mead, Jabez Mead, William Weed, 
Lieutenants ; Edward Mead, Cornet. 



POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



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POST-OFFICES AND POST-MASTERS IN 
CONNECTICUT. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Hartford, Gideon Wells 

West, Elihu Olmsted 
Avon, Truman Woodford 
Berlin, J. M, Plumb 

New Eritain, L. P. Lee 
Bloomfield, J. H. Hubbard 
Bristol, Jared W. Pardee 
Burlington, A. Hitchcock 
Canton, Isaac Mills 
Collinsville, H. Nash 
N. Canton, Benj. Weed 
East Hartford, H.Phelps 
East Windsor, A. Porter 
Broad Brook, L.'Buckland 
Ketch Mil!s,H.Ellsworth 
Scantick Village, Charles 
Bartletl 
Warehouse Point, John 
B. Chapman 
Enfield, Geer Terry 
Scitico, John Mason 
Thompsonville, Henry 
Kingsbury 



Farmington, S. Whitman 
Plainville, Timo. Steele 
Unionville, E. Seymour 
Glastenb'y, D. E. Hubbard 

South, Oliver Brainard 
Granby, Daniel Hays 
East, Elmore Clark 
North, Horatio N. Case 
West, Justus D. Wilcox 
ETartland, P. Humphreys 
West, W. H. Huggins 
Manchester, T. Burnham 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
Sinisbury, Jef. O. Phelps 
Southington, C.Whittlesey 
Suffield, O. L. Sheldon 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich 
Newington, W. Deming 
Rocky Hilr, E. Goodale 
Windsor, Wm. Howard 
Locks, C. H. Dexter 
Poquonnock, Cic. Phelps 
Tariffville, Allen Pinney 



NEW-HAVEN COUNTY. 



New-Haven, W« H.Jones 
Bethany, Hez. Thomas 

Straitsville, O. Collins 
Branford, Orin D. Squire 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale 
Perby, Robert Gates 
East Haven, R. Andrews 
Fair Haven, Lester Keep 
(Guilford, Reuben Elliott 



Hamden,Chauncy B.Foote 
Humphreysville, John C. 

W heeler 
Madison, John R. Wilcox 
Meriden, Levi Yale 
Middlebury, L. Townsend 
Milford, William Strong 
Northford, Malachi Cook 
Oxford, Samuel Wire 



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POST OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



Zoar Br. Ezekiel Curtiss 
Prospect, E. Chittenden 
Salem Br., R. S. Hinman 
Southbury, Albert Hinman 

So. Britain, Anson Bray 



Wallingford, Jas. W. Car- 

rington 

Waterbury, F.Leavenworth 

Naugatuck, J. B. Mears 

Wolcott, Lucius Tuttle 



NEW-LONDON COUNTY. 



New-London, Eben. Way 
Bozrah, N. H. Fitch 

Bozrahville, H. Mowrv 
Colchester, A. D. Scovell 

West, C. C Brown 
Franklin, James H.Hyde 
Griswold, Wm. Tucker 

Jewett City, J. Johnson 
Groton, Elijah Bailey 

Centre, R. W. Smith 

Poitersville, J. Randall 
Lebanon, Absalom Peters 

Exeter, Elias Williams 

Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay 
Ledyard, Christ. Newton 

Gales Ferry, N. Brown 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox 



Lyme, C. W. Wait 
East, Joel Loomis 
North, DM. Jewett 
Hadlyme, E. Comstock 
H am b u rgh , S M B rock w a y 

Montviile, L. Stewart 
Uncasville, R. Comstock 

New Salem, Pomeroy Hall 

Norwich Town.H.Harland 
City, W. L'Hommedieu 

N.Stonin-jtfon, T.P.Watties 

Preston, Henry Brown 
Poq'tanockjWBrewster 

Stoningtori, I. Champlin 
Mystic, Henry Harding 
Mystic Br., B". F. Palmer 

Waterford, Henry Gardner 
River Head, E. Beck with 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Fairfield, A. Bronson 
Danbury, D. A. Hoyt 
Bethel, Frederick Seeley 
Bridgeport, S. Lounsberry 
Brook field, Bryant Smith 
Darien, Albert Seely 
Greenwich, S. Close 
Huntington, A. S. Jones 
Mill Plain, E. Birchard 
Monroe, C. H. Beardslee 

Stepney, L. Edwards 
Newtown, Czar Keeler 
Norwalk, John Burrall 



New Canaan, T. S. Husted 
N. Fairfield, S. Barnum 
N. Stamford, N. D. Haight 
Nichols Farm, E. Hawley 
Redding, Joseph Darling 
Bridge, L. Grover 
Town House, J. Olmsted 
Ridgebury, S. S. St. John 
Ridgefield, T. Keeler, 2d 
Round Hill, B. P. White 
Sherman, Isaac Riggs 
Southport, Wm. Sherwood 
Stamford, John Brown 



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125 



Stanwrch, Alvah Smith 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach 
Long Hill, S. Berdslee 



(Westport, Ira Baldwin 
Wilton, S. F, Lambert 
Bald Hill, L. Olmstead 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Brooklyn, Adams White 
Ashford, Dyer Clark 

Eastford, J. B. Palmer 

North, Cyrus Keyes 

Westford, J. D.Richmond 
Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 

Packersville, R.R.Miner 

Westminster, P. Spicer 
Central Village, A. Harris 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell 
Hampton, Wm. Brown 
Killingly, L. Warren 

Centre, G. Kingsbury 

East, H. Peckham 

South, Cyrus Day 

West, G. Danielson 
Moosup, John Dunlap 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY, 
LitchfielDjG.C. Woodruff Gaylord Br., P. Gaylord 
Barkhamstead, A. Beechei 



Plainfield, B. Bacon 

Pomfret, Th. M.Grosvenor 
Landing, R. James 
Abington. P. M. Allen 

Sterling, B. Tuckerman 

Thompson, Simon Davis 
West, F. Nichols 
New Boston, H. Lamson 

Voluntown, Kinne Gallup 
, Jonathan Stanton 

Windham, Wm. Williams 
Scotland, Ben}. Webb 
Willimantic.GW.Hebard 

Woodstock, Geo. Bowen 
North, A. Carpenter 
West, A. A. Williams 



Bethlem, H. Skid more 
Bradleyville, Wm. Coe 
Bull's Bridge, S. Camp 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
Chapinville, F. A. Sterling 
Colebrook, Giles H. Bass 

River, D. D. Wolf 
Cornwall, J. R. Harrison 
Bridge, M. Harrison 
Hollow, J. E. Sedgwick 
Ellsworth, G. Studley 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnaee Village, John G. 



Goshen, B. Baldwin 
East, George Stanley 
North, P. Bailey 
Harwinton, T. Kellogg 
Hitchcocksville, George 

H. Clark 
Kent, Wells Beardslee 

North, H. Steutevant 
Lime Rock, M. Barrium 
Milton, G. P. Welch 
New Hartford, H. Cowles 
Centre, J. F. Henderson 
New Milford, Perry Smith 

, S. Buckingham 

Mitchell) , Glover Sanford 



126 



POtff OFFICES AND POSTMASTERS. 



New Preston, C. J. Hateh 
Norfolk, E. G. Lawrence 
Northfield Church, Archi- 
bald W. Warner 
Plymouth, S. M. Mitchell 
Roxbury, D. Brothwell 
Salisbury, C. Benton 
Sharon, Hiram Brown 
East, Silas A. Gray 
S.Canaan, W. P. Burrall 
S. Farms, E. J. Woodruff 



Terrysville, J. C. Lewis 
Torringford, N. Smith 
Torrington, H. Palmer 
Warren, G. P. Talmadge 
Washington, C. A. Judson 
Watertown, M. Heminway 
Winchester, W.S.Holabird 

Centre, W. S. Marsh 
Wolcottville, S. Bradley 
Woodbury, C. B. Phelps 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



MlDDLETOWN, J. StOW 

Upper Houses, J. Sage 
Haddam, C. B. Foote 

Higganum, G. W. Smith 
Chatham, Ann Smith 

Mid. Haddam, H.Stewart 

E. Hampton, Dav. Buell 
Chester, Socrates Denison 

Deep River, J.H.Mather 
Durham, A. Robbins 



East Haddam, O. Green 
Centre, Nathan L. Foster 
MechanicsviIle,WBSmith 
Millington, E.W. Mather 

Killingworth, E. Wilcox 
North, H. Redneld 

Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 
Essex, A-F. Whittemore 
Westbfook, A.T.Wilcox 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Tolland, Xiuther Eaton 
Andover, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, S. Williams 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventry, Jasper Gilbert 
Ellington, T. Pitkin 
Gilead, Henjry Dunham 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 
Hope Valley, T. Maynerd 
Mansfield, J.Woodward 
Mansfield Cr., P. Barrows 



Mount Hope, W. A. Fisk 
Somers, S. D. Chapin 

North, Amariah Kibbee 
S. Coventry, S. Bidwell 
Stafford Springs, R. Wood- 
worth 

West Parish, P. Orcut 
Union, N. Newell 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Willington, J. Weston 



Miles. 


Cents. 


30 


6 


80 


10 


150 


1% 


400 


Si 




25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 127 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single Letters, composed of one piece of paper, 

Any distance not exceeding 
Over 30 and not exceeding 
Over 80 and not exceeding 
Over 150 and not exceeding 
Over 400 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Tripple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with tripple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged quadruple those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage for each 
quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each 
ounce according to the weight , and no letter can be 
charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the 
weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupois. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published ; or if carried out of the State, 
but not carried over 100 miles, . - 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which it is 
published, ...... 1| cents. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, 1J cents per sheet. 

Do. do. over 100 miles, 2| do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, 4 do. 

Do. do. over 100 miles, 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes 
in the same proportion. 



123 CLERGYMEN. 

CLERGYME N. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Havves, d. d., Horace Bushnell, 
Ellsworth Daggett, Nathan Perkins, d. d., Horace 
Hooker, William W. Turner, Thomas H. Gallaudet, 

Hempsted, A. S. Kennedy, C; Rt. Rev. Thos. 

C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d., Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d.» 
Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d., George Burgess, Silas Totten, 
Joseph D. Tyler, E; Henry Jackson, William H. 
Shailor, Matthew Bolles, Augustus Bolles, Gurdon 
Robbins, Henry Stan wood, B; Stephen Remington, 
Freewill Bapt.; GeorgaCowles, Job Allen, M; Asher 
Moore, U ; Welch, Roman Catholic. 

Avon. John Bartlett, Francis II. Case, C. 

Berlin, .lames McDonald, Royal Robbins, Dwighi 
H. Stewart, C ; David Plumb, Chester W. Turner, M; 
A. D. Watrous, B ; W. A. Stickney, U. 

Bristol. David L. Parmelee, C. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, C. 

Canton. Jairus Burt, C ; George Phippin, B. 

East Hartford. Samuel Spring, C. 

East Windsor. Shubael Bartlett, Marvin Root, C. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbins, C ; — Forbush, 

M ; Joshua Bennett, S. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, d. d. C. 

Glastenbury. Samuel H Riddel, Jacob Allen, C. 
Thomas J. Davis, E.; J. Shepard, M. 

Granby, Charles Bentley, Daniel Homenway, C. 
James Shrigley, U. 

Hartland. Ammi Linsley, Nathan Gaylord, C. 
Asa Bushneil, M. 

Manchester. Bennet F. Northrop, C; Salmon 
Hull, M. 

Marlborough. Chauncey Lee, d. l». C. 

Simsbury. Allen M'Lean, C; Ransom Warner, E. 

Southington. Irenus Atkins, B. 

Stafford. M. B. Church, E. Palmer, C; Leonard 
Gritting, M.; E. Cole, B. ; J. W. Willie, U. 



CLERGYMEN. 120 

Suffield. Henry A. Robinson, Erastus Clapp, C.J 
Nathan Wildman, James L. Hodge, B. 

W«thcrsfield. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d., Charles J. 
Warren, Calvin Chapin, d. d., G. Burrett, C.J VS illiam 
Bentley, B.; Smith, M. 

Windsor. Charles Walker, C.J Eli Denison, M. 

Bristol. David L. Parmelee, C.J Joseph S. Covell, 
E.; Harvey Husted, M.; Orasmus Allen, B. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven. Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d., Nathaniel 
W. Taylor, d. d., Leonard Bacon, Eleazer T. Fitch, 
D. d., Leicester Sawyer, Benjamin L. Swan, Elisha L. 
Cleaveland, C; Harry Croswell, d. d , L. T. Bennett, 
Ashbei Baldwin, Stephen Jewett, E.; Rollin H. Neal, 

B.; Horace Bangs, M.; , African ; James T. 

McDermot, Roman Catholic. 

Bethany. John 15. Kendall, C. 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillett, C. 

Cheshire. Joseph Whiting, C.; Peter G. Clark, 
Ebenezer E. Beardsley, Allen C. Morgan, Asa Corn- 
wall, E.; J. A. Sillick, M. 

Derby. Zephanidh Swift, John E. Bray, L. D. How- 
el,C«; Joseph Scott, John D.Smith E.,* Humphrey Hum- 
phreys, J. Crawford, O. Sykes, Sylvester Smith, M. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd, C; Edward J. Ives, E. 

Guilford. Aaron Dutton, C.J David Baldwin, Levi 
H. Corson, E.; Alva B. Goldsmith, B. 

North Guilford. Zolva Whitmore, C. 

Hamden. Stephen Hubbel, C; John H. Rouse, E.; 
David Bradley, B.; Bainbridge, M. 

Madison. Samuel N. Shepard, Stephen Hayes, C. ; 
Samuel West, B.; O. Starr, M. 

Meriden. A.Granger, C; John M. Guion, E.; Geo. 
B. Atwell, B. 

Middlebury. Jason Atwater, C; Dan Wooster, M. 

Milford. Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C; Ri- 
verius Camp, £.; Aaron Clark, B.; Ebenezer Allen, 
M. 



130 CLERGYMEN. 

North Branford. Matthew Noycs, H. Camp, Wm. 
J. Boardman, C. 

N. Haven. Leverett Griggs, J. W. Woodward, C. 

Orange. Stephen W. Stebbins, Vacant, C. 

Oxford. Abraham A. Brown, C *, Daniel Burhans, 
d» n., James "Sunderland, E. 

Prospect. Zephaniah Swift, C; T. H. Warren, M. 

Southbury. W. H. Whittemore, C; M. Bachelor, 
S. B. Bray, B.; A. Pearce, M. 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, C; L. B.Hull, E. 

Waterbury. Henry L. Day, C; Oliver Hopson, E. 

Wolcott. Vacant, C. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Abel McEwen, Joseph Hurlbut, C; 
Robert A. Hallam, E.; Alvin Ackley, B. ; Squire B. 
Haskell, M. 

Norwich. Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, J. W. 

Newton, Beard, C; S. B. Paddock, Silas Blais- 

dell, Albert Spooner, E.; David N. Bently, Puffer, 

W. Livesay, D. Dorchester, M.; T. Potter, B. 

Bozrah. John Hyde, C; Benjamin G. GofT, B. 

Colchester. Joel R, Arnold, C; Andrew M. Smith, 
B. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, d. d. C; Comfort D. Fil- 
limore, M. 

Griswold. Spafford D. Jewett, George Perkins, C; 
— — Shatter, B.; Avery, M. 

Groton. John G. Wightman, Roswel Burrows, J. R. 
Steward, B. 

Ledyard. Timothy Tuttle, C; Ralph Hurlbutt, M, 

Lebanon. Edward Bull, Israel T. Otis, C; Levi 
Meech, B. 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, C; Amos Read, B. 

Lyme. Chester Colton, Gridley, Harvey 

Bushnell, Mark Mead, C; Frederick Wightman, B. 

Montville. Erastus Ripley, Anson Gleason, C; 
Simon Shailor, B. 

North Stonington. Joseph Ayer. jr., C; F. Bestor,. 
I^uke C. Reynolds, Albert G. Palmer, B. 



CLERGYMEN. 131 

Prestoo. Augustus B. Collins, C; N. E. Shailer, B. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, C, 

Stonington. John C. Nichols, P. H. Shaw, C; Je- 
rome S. Anderson, B. 

Waterford. Francis Darrow, Erastus Denison, R,; 
L. T. Rogers, Seventh-day Baptist. 



FAIRFIED COUNTY. 

Fairfield. Lyman II. Atwater, Thomas F. Davis, 
N. Freeman, C; N. E. Cornwall, E. 

Danbury. Anson Rood, Erastus Cole, C; David 
H. Short, E.; J. G. Collam, B.; S. C. Bulkley, Rora 
Starr, U.; H. Humphreys, I. Nickerson, M.; L. Os- 
born, Sand. 

Darien. Uriah Maynard, C. 

Bridgeport. Nath. Hewitt, d. d., John Blatchford, 
C; G. S. Coit, B. G. Noble, E. 

Brookfield. Abner Brundage, C; R. C. Kimball, E. 

Greenwich. Thomas Payne, Joel Mann, Chauncey 

Wilcox, C; Joseph H. Nichols, E.; Selleck, Geer 

Fuller, M. 

Huntington. Thomas Punderson, C; C. Luck, E. 

Monroe. J. Kant, C; Rodney Rossiter, E. 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, C.;. Jacob L. 
Clark, E. 

New Fairfield. B. Y. Morse, C; Uriah Mead, M. 

Newtown. Nathaniel M. Urmston, C; Samuel C. 
Strattan, E.; Jacob Sloper, B;; F, Hitchcock, U. 

Norwalk. Edwin Hall, James Knox, C; William 
C. Mead, ». d., Bethel Judd, d. d. E.; Davis Stacking, 
M. 

Redding. Jonathan Bartlett, C; Edward J. Darkin, 
E.; Humphrey Humphries, H. Sanford, M. 

Ridgefield. Nathan Burton, Charles G, Selleck, C.J 
Chamberlain, M. 

Sherman,, Maltby Gelston, C. 

Stamford. Daniel Smith, Henry Fuller, C; Am- 
brose S. Todd, E.; Biddle, B. 

Stratford. Frederick W. Chapman, C; George C. 
Shepard, E.; Stephen Curtis^ B.j Dav*d Miller, M, 



Trumbull. David G. Tomlinson, E. 

Weston. Moses P. Bennet, E.; Charles T. Prentis., 
Alva Gregory, William Denison, B. 

Westport. Charles A. Boardman, C; Edward In- 
gersoll, E. 

Wilton. Samuel Merwin, C; S. Davis, M. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. George J. Tillotson, C; Josiah M. 
Bartlett, E.; Thomas Huntington, B. 

Ashford. Job Hall, Reuben Torry, C; Leonard 
Gage, Amos Babcock, B.; — Cushman, M. 

Canterbury. Otis C. Whiton, Asa King, C; — — 
, E.; T. Wakefield, B. 

Chaplin. Lent S. Hough, C. 

Hampton. Daniel G. Sprague, C; James Grow, 
B.; Dexter Bullard, Alfred Burnham, Christian. 

Killingly. Elisha Atkins, Roswell Whitmore, Syd- 
ney Holman, C; Calvin Cooper, Jonathan Oatley, 
Daniel Smith, B. 

Plainfield. Samuel Rockwell, C; Nathaniel Cole, 
Simon Phillips, B., Chester Tilden, M. 

Pomfret Daniel Hunt, N. S. Hunt, C; Nicholas 
Branch, B. 

Sterling. Peleg Peckham, B. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, C; Bela Hicks, James 
Graw, B.; William Kimball, M. 

Voluntown. Charles S. Weaver, Levi Walker, 
G. Palmer, B. 

Windham. Edward Harris, Philo Judson, C.*, Wrn. 
A. Curtis, E.; B. Cook, jr. B.; — - Dwight, M. 

Woodstock. Otis Rockwood, John Baldwin, Fos- 
ter Thayer, Orson Cowles, C; N. D. Benedict, Dexter 
Munger, B. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. J E. Camp, Ralph S. Crampton, C; 
Samuel Fuller, Truman Marsh, Amos B. Beach, Isaac 
Jones, E.; C. C. Keys, M. 



CLERGYMEN. 133 

Barkhampstead. William R. Gould, C. 

Bethlern. Fosdick Harrison, C; Wm. Watson, E. 

Canaan. Chas. Prentiss, Henry H. Woodbridge, C. 

Colebrook. C; Rufus Babcock, 

Asahel Morse, Doolittla, B.; J. Hudson, M. 

Cornwall. Wm. Andrews, Walter Smith, C; E. 
Washburn, M. 

Goshen. Grant Powers, Guy C. Sampson, C; A. 
G. Wickman, M. 

Harwinton. Richard M. Chipman, C.; M. W. Peck, 
M. 

Kent. William W. Andrews, C; J. Fry, M. 

New Hartford. Wyllis Lord, Seth Higby, B.; Da- 
vid Miller, M. 

New Milford. Noah Porter, jr., A. B. Camp, C; 
Enocli Huntington, Edward C. Bull, E. 

Norfolk. Joseph Eldridge, C; Silas Ambler, B. 

Plymouth. E. Lyman, C. 

Salisbur}'. C; 1 - 

E.; O. V. Emmerman M. 

Sharon. Mason Grosvenor, C.; Lucius M. Purdy, 
E.; F. Reed, M. 

Torrington, Milton Huxley, C. 

Warren. Charles Everett, M. 

Washington. Gordon Hayes, C. 

Watertown. W. B. Deforest, C; Frederick HoL 
comb, E. 

Winchester. Frederick Marsh, C; Daniel Coe, 
Daniel Smith, M. 

Woodbury. S. R. Andrews, Grove L. Brownell, C; 
Pierre T. Babbet, E. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. John R. Crane, Robert McEwen, 
Zebulon Crocker, James Noyes, jr., Stephen Topliif, 

C ; E.; John Cookson, B. Manning, 

Jonathan, Goodwin, B.; Stephen Martindale, Wilbur 
Fisk, d. d, Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, Du D. Whea- 



134 CLERGYMEN. 

don, Daniel Burrows, Joseph Holdrich, John Lindsley, 
Charles K. True, M. 

Haddam. Sereno E. Dwight, C; W. West, A. 
Gates, Dtivis Bradley, B.; A. L. Francis, M. 

Chatham. Harvey Talcott, Stephen A. Loper, S. 
J. Curtis, C; William Jarvis, Samuel M. Emery, E. 

Chester. Samuel T. Mills, Darius Mead, C; Win, 
Palmer, B. 

Durham. Henry Gleason, C. 

East Haddam. Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, 
Joseph Vaill, George Carrington, C; Stephen Beach, 
E.; Simeon Dickinson, B. 

Killingworth. Ephraim G. Swift, Lewis Foster, C; 
A. F. Beach, M. 

Saybrook. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
S. Bliss, Jeremiah Miller, C,; George C. V. East- 
man, E ; B. Beckwith, D. Wildman, Henry Wooster, 
B.; O. Starr, J. Bray, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland. Abram Marsh, C; Sylvester Barrows, 
B.; Hale, M. 

Bolton. James Ely, C; S. Pierce, M. 

Columbia. David Dickerson, C. 

Coventry. George A. Calhoun, Chauncey Booth, 
Alpha Miller, C. 

Ellington. Diodate Brockway, Marsh, C; 

S. Drake, M. 

Hebron. Sylvester Selden, Charles Nicholls, C; 
Alpheus Geer, E.; William Bowen, B.; Peter Griff ng, 
Shepard, M. 

Mansfield. Anson S. Atwood, William Ely, C; 
W. Bowen, B.; B. M. Walker, Z Loveland, M. 

Stafford. Moses B. Church, Elliott Palmer, C; 
AlbenCole, B.; L. B. Griffing, M.; J. H. Willis, U. 

Somers. Rodney G. Dennis, C; Nichols, M. 

Union. Stephen Fairbank, M. 

Vernon. Chester Humphrey, C. 

Willington. Francis Wood, C; Jeremiah Chaplin, 
B. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 

Right Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d , Eastern 
Diocese, Presiding Bishop; Richard C. Moore, d. d. 
Virginia; Nathaniel Bowen, d. d. South Carolina; 
Philander Chase, d. d. Illinois ; Thomas C. Brownell, 
d. d. ll. d. Connecticut ; Henry U. Onderdonk, d d. 
Pennsylvania ; William Meade, d. d. Assistant, Vir- 
ginia ; William M. Stone, d. d. Maryland ; Benjamin 
T. Onderdonk, d. d. New York ; Levi S. Ives, d. d. 
North Carolina; John H. Hopkins, d. d. Vermont; 
Benjamin B. Smith, d. d. Kentucky ; Charles P. Mc 
Ilvaine, d. d. Ohio; George W. Doane, d. d. New 
Jersey ; James H. Otey, d. d. Tennessee ; Jackson 
Kemper, d. d. Miss. Indiana and Missouri ; Samuel A. 
McCosky, d. d. Michigan. 

METHODIST BISHOPS. 

Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d., B. Waugh, T. A, Morris, 
William fvlcKendee, Robert R. Roberts, Joshua Soule, 
Elijah Hedding, James O. Andrew. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS. 

Rt. Rev'ds Dr. Whitfield, Archbishop of Baltimore ; 
Dr. David, Bardstown ; Dr. England, Charleston ; Dr. 
Rosati, St. Louis; Dr. Fenwick, Boston ; Dr. Dubois, 
New York; Rev. John Hughes, Philadelphia; Dr. 
Kendrick, Pittsburgh ; Dr. Rese, Detroit ; Dr. Purcell, 
Cincinnati ; Dr. Portier, Mobile ; Senior Suffragan, 
Bardstown, Dr. Flaget. 



CONNECTICUT PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SOCIETY FOR 
THE PROMOTION OF CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. President. 
Rev. N. S. Wheaton, d.d. Corresponding Secretary, 
James M. Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 
Directors — Standing Committee. 



4k n Wi - - 



136 SOCIETIES. 

SOCIETIES. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

For the Education- and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb 

Persons. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents, by Election.--Joseph Battel I, Ward 
Woodbridge, Henry Hudson, Thos. Day, Samuel Tu- 
dor, Wm. Ely, Stephen Whitne>, David Watkinson. 

Directors, by Election.— James Ward, Wm Wat- 
son, Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, 
Barzillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, 
John Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are six Vice Presidents for life, 
by subscriptions of $200 and upwards, and 27 Direc- 
tors for life, by subscription of $100 and upwards,} 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. — Jas. H. Wells, Trea- 
surer. — William Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructor — Lewis Weld, a. m. Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerc, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
a. m. Luzerne Ray, a. m. Joseph D. Tyler, a, m. Sam- 
uel Porter, a. m. Collins Stone, a. m. Ebenezer B. Ad- 
ams, a. b. Jared A..Ayers, a. b. Wilson Whiton, Ed- 
mund Booth. 

William W. Turner, Steward. Lydia H. Peaslee ? 
Matron. 

Vacations commence on the last Wednesday in A- 
pril and September, and continue each four weeks. 

The number of Pupils, May 4th, 1836, was 139, be- 
longing as follows, viz : to Massachusetts, 42 ; to N. 
Hampshire, 20 ; to Connecticut, 18 ; to Vermont, 18; 
to Maine, 17 ; to Georgia, 9 ; to S. Carolina, 5 ; to R, 
Island, 3 ; to N. York^ 2 ; to District of Columbia, 2; 
to Virginia, 1 ; to U. Canada, 1 ; to the W. Indies, 1 8 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 
Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. President. 
David Watkinson, Vice Presidents 
James Ward a Treasurer*. 



SOCIETIES. 137 

. Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Robert Watkinson, Auditor. 

Vice Presidents for life, by subscription of $200 and 
upwards. — Samuel Tudor, David Watkinson, William 
H. Imlay, Thomas S. Williams, Henry L. Ellsworth, 
Charles Sigourney, George Goodwin, Elias Perkins, 
Joseph Battell, Joshua Stow. 

Electors for life, by payment of $100. — Dan. Wads- 
worth, Ward Woodbridge, Robert Watkinson, Elisha 
Shepard, James H. Wells, Daniel Buck, Henry Hud- 
son, Reuben Langdon. William W. Ellsworth, Henry 
Seymour, Eliphalet Averill, Edward Watkinson, Ne- 
hemiah Hubbard, Abigail Hubbard, Obadiah Brown. 

Directors, chosen at the Annual Meeting. — James 
Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George Sumner, James B. 
Hosmer, John Butler, Thoma3 H. Gallaudet, Charles 
Shetdon, Isaac D. Bull, John L. Comstock, Edward 
P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick Terry, John 
Olmsted, Leonard Bacon, Amariah Brigham, Cyprian 
Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Dudley Buck, Thomas Day, 
Nathan Morgan. 

Medical Visiters.— Doctors George Sumner, Wm, 
Buell, E. P. Terry, Thomas Hubbard, John L. Peters, 
Joseph Palmer. 

Managers. — Charles Sheldon, James Ward, Robert 
Watkinson. 

Visiting Committee. — Mrs. Brownell, Mrs. Hudson., 
Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. Watkinson. 

Physician. — Dr. Silas Fuller. 
■ Assistant Physician. — J. B. Hawley. 

Steward.— John H. Buell. 

Mrs. Buell, Matron. Miss Clark, Assistant Matron.. 

HARTFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM. 
Mrs. Dr. Sumner, President. 
Miss H. B. Washburn, Secretary. 
Miss Abby E. Landon, Treasurer. 
Directors. — Mrs. Dr. Sumner, Mrs. H. Huntington, 
MissB. Bull, Mrs. J. Griswold, Mrs. D. F.Robinson, 
Mrs. E. C. Stanton, Mrs. J, G. Bolles, Mrs. .Dr.North, 



138 SOCIETIES. 

Mrs, E. W. Bull, Miss A, E. Langdon, Mrs. Edward 
Goodwin, Mrs. Lynde Olmsted, Mrs. B. B.Barber, 
Mrs. Wm. Rogers, Mr3. E. Harrington, Mrs. H. L. 
Porter, Mrs. E. Flower, Mrs. H. B. Washburn, Mrs. 
S. H. Huntington, Mrs. Charle3 Abernethy, Mrs. B. 
Hudson, Mrsfj. Warburton, Mis. N. Smith, jr. 

Advisers. — Edward Goodwin, Samuel H. Hunting- 
ton, Francis Parsons, 



STATE HOSPITAL— NEW-HAVN. 

Nathan Peck, Esq. President. 
Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Yice President. 
Amos Townsend, jr. Treasurer. 
Nathan B. Ives, m. d. Secretary. 
Nathan Peck, Esq, Virgil M. Dow, m. d, Timothy 
B. Beers, m. d. Prudential Committee. 

Sidney Hull, Esq. James Brewster, Esq. Dennis 
Kimberly, Esq. Samuel Punderson, m. d. Timothy B. 
Beers, m. d. Visitors. 

Doctors Thos. Hubbard, Eli Ives, Jonathan Knight, 
Virgil M. Dow, A. S. Munson, Charles Hooker, Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons. 

Charles Hooker, m. d. Marine Hospital Agent. 
Amos Hill, Resident Superintendent of the Hospital. 
Dr. John Skinner, Agent for Subscriptions, &c. 
His Excellency, Heniy W. Edwards, Hon. Noyes 
Darling, Hon. William Mix. Commissioners on the 
part of the State to superintend the affairs of the Gen- 
eral Hospital Society. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Thomas Miner, m. d. President. 
Silas Fuller, m, d. Vice President. 
Elijah Middlebrook, m. d. Treasurer, 
Charles Hooker, m. d Secretary. 

STANDING COMMITTERS. 

Committee of Examination. — Thomas Miner, m. d. 
ex officio, Silas Fuller, M. d. Luther Ticknor, m. d. 
Dyer T. Brainard, m. d. Earl Swift, m. d. Milo L. 
North, m. d. 



SOCIETIES. 139 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Institution. — Joseph Palmer, m. D.William S. Pier3on, 
m. n. Andrew Harris, m. d. Sturges Bulkley, m. d. I- 
saae Goodsell, M. d. 

Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for 
the Insane. — Thomas Huhbard, m, d, Eli Ives, M. d. 
J. S. Peters, m. d. Wm. Buell, m. D.Thos. Miner, m.d. 

There are 387 Ordinary Members in the Society — 
352 of whom are taxable. 

NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, Hartford. 
Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d. President. 

Vice Presidents. — J. Smith Rogers, m.d. J. L. Corn- 
stock, m. d. N. Johnson. 

Corresponding Secretary — Erastus Smith. 

Recording Secretary — W. M. Durand. 

Treasurer — Hezekiah Huntington, jr. 

Librarian — Profeseor Duncan L. Stewart. 

Curators— J. P. Brace, J. L. Comstock,W. W. Tur- 
ner, S.H. Huntington, E. P.Terry, m.d. David Dodge. 

HALE MONUMENT ASSOCIATION. 

His Ex. Henry W. Edwards, President. 
Vice Presidents — Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Hon. 
Andrew T. Judson, Chauncey Howard, Esq. 
Secretary — John VV. Boynton. 
Treasurer — Dr. Nathan Howard. 
Auditor — Ebenezer R,oot, Esq. 
Directors — Nath. H. Rose, John Boyntan, Solomon 
Bidwell, Calvin Manning, Marvin Curtis, Nathan 
Hale, Boston, David Hale, New York. 

GROTON MONUMENT ASSOCIATION. 

Charles Bulkley, President. 
Vice Presidents — Samuel Green, Calvin Willey, 
Noyes Barber, John Welch, Nathan Johnson, D. Bur- 
rows, Richard Law, Wm. Williams, Joseph Eaton, 
Samuel Raymond, Samuel F. Denison, Adam L&rra- 
bee, Elijah Bailey. 
Noyes Barber, Treasurer. Geo. Bulkeley, Secretary. 



140 SOCIETIES. 

MECHANICS' SOCIETY— New Haven. 
Isaac Mix, President. 
Thaddeus Austin, Vice President. 
Dimeters — Edward Bulkley, Atwater Treat, Gad 
Day, Chas. Bostwick, jr. Avery C. Babcock. 
Giles Mansfield, Secretary. 
Zebul Bradley, Treasurer. 
Amount of Funds, $4,000. 



NEW-HAVEN CO. SILK SOCIETY. 
Eli Ives, President. 
Vice Presidents — Alfred S. Munson, John L. Tom- 
linson, Lyman Atwater, Jared Bassett. 

Executive Committee — Eli Dickerman, Sidney Bab- 
cock, J. C. Parker, Elizur E. Clark, W. M. Hall, H. 
Bray, Henry Daggett, Alexis Painter, David Brooks, 
Timothy Rossiter, J. E. P. Dean, James Auger, Jona- 
than Rose, 2d, J. Goodsell. 

W. T. Peters, Secretary. 
Eli Dickerman, Treasurer. 



American Education Society — Conn. Branch. 

Rev. Samuel H. Riddel, Glastenbury, Secretary. 
Eliphalet Terry, Esq. Hartford, Treasurer. 

Agents. — Canfield & Robbins, D. Burgess & Co., 
Hartford ; Willard M. Harding, Yale College ; Sam- 
uel C. Starr, Norwich ; Professors in the Theological 
Institute, East Windsor. 



Connecticut Baptist Education Society. 
Rev. George Phippin, President. 
Rev. H. Wooster, Secretary. 
J. W. Dimock, Treasurer. 



Connecticut Baptist Convention* 
Rev. John Cookson, President. 
Rev. Orisimus Allen, Recording Secretary- 
Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 
Annual meeting, second Wednesday in June. 



SOCIETIES. 141 

Conn. Baptist Sabbath School Society. 
Rev. Albert Day, Acting President. 
Rev. J. B. Coak, Secretary. 
George Read, Treasurer. 



Connecticut Baptist Tract Society. 
Rev. George B. Atwell, President. 
George O. Sumner, Secretary. 
Rev. Gurdon Robins, Treasurer an J Agent. 

Connecticut Peace Society. 
William W. Ellsworth, President. 
[Rev. George C. Beck with, Agent of the American 
Peace Society.] 



Hartford County Peace Society. 
Sclomon Olmsted, President. 
Vice Presidents — Samuel Woodruff, Barziliai D. 
Buck, Martin Kellogg, Pardon Brown. 

Directors — A. M. Collins, Barziliai Hudson, David 
P. Robinson, Solomon Olmsted. 

Secretary — Daniel Heme n way « 
Treasurer — M. A. Kello££. 



Neiv-London Temperance Society* 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice Presidents — Archibald Mercer, Benj. Stark, 
Nathaniel Chapman, Thomas S, Perkins, Marcus B. 
Osborn, James Morgan. 

Secretary— Luke W. Rogers. 
Treasurer— Charles Butler, jr. 

Middlesex County Temperance Society. 
Col. Samuel C. Selden, President. 
Vice Presidents — Geo. Head, Amos Sheffield, Chas. 
J. M'Curdy, Richard Rand, Daniel White. . 
Henry Wooster, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Benjamin H. Catlin, m. d. Assistant Secretary. 



142 SOCIETIES. 

Young Men's Temperance Society, Grisivold. 

Joseph Leonard, jr. President, 
Vice Presidents — James Greenman, Henry Tuck- 
er, Edwin Morgan. 

Alexander H. Lester, Recording Secretary. 
Charles E. Leonard, Corresponding Secretary, 
Edwin B. Meech, Treasurer. 

Conn. Branch of the American Tract Society. 

Rev, Thomas H. Gallaudet, President. 

Vice President — Eliphalet Terry. 

Treasurer- — Andrew Kingsbury. 

Secretary and General Agent — Chas*. Hosmer. 
Directors — Whiting H. Hollister, David F. Robin- 
son, George Putnam, Silas Andrus, Daniel Burgess. 



Connecticut Baptist Bible Society. 
Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, Acting President. 
Rev. Gurdon Robins, Secretary. 
Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 



•American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
•Missions. 
John Cotton Smith, ll. d. President. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, Vice President. 
Calvin Chapin, Recording Secretary. 
Corresponding Secretaries — Rev. Rufus Anderson, 
Rev. David Greene, Rev. Wm. J. Armstrong. 
Henry Hill, Esq. Treasurer. 
Wm. J. Hubbard, Charles Scudder, Auditors. 



Foreign and Domestic Missionary Society of 

the Protestant Episcopal Church. 

Presiding Bishop, President. 

Other Bishops, and thirty others, chosen triennially, 

with such as were made patrons before A. D. 1829,, 

compose the Board of Missions. 



SOCIETIES. 143 

Domestic Committee. — Rt. Rev. Benjamin T On- 
derdonk, i>. d. Chairman ; Rev. Henry Anthon, d. d. 
Rev. Hugh Smith, Rev. Lot Jones, Rev. W. R. Whit- 
tingham, B. L. Woolley, A. Blake, Murray Hoffman, 
R. Dy3on, Esquires. 

Secretary and Gen. Agent, Rev. Benjamin Dorr. 

Treasurer — James Swords, Esq. 

Foreign Committee. — Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, 
D. d. Chairman ; Rev. B. C. Cutler, d.d. Rev. Manton 
Eastburn, d. d. Rev. W. Jackson, Rev. J. M . Forbes, 
Frederick S. Winston, Lewis Curtiss, James F. De 
Peyster, John P. Stagg, Esquire3. 

Secretary and Gen. Agent — Rev. John Vaughan. 

Treasurer — Henry Carey, Esq. 

Episcopal Conventional .Meetings. 

General Convention meets triennially, at such time 
and place as are fixed upon at the preceding meeting. 

Meets next at Philadelphia, August, 1838. 

General Convention. —Bird Wilson, d. d. Secretary 
of the House of Bishops. 

Henry Anthon, d. d. Secretary of the House of Del- 
egates. 

Rev. Allen C. Morgan, Secretary of the Convention 
of Connecticut. 



Standing Committee of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in Connecticut. 
Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d. Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, 
d. d. Rev. Lemuel B. Hull, Rev. Seth B, Paddock, 
Rev. George Burgess. 

Church Scholarship Society. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d. President. 

Directors — Rev. N. S. Wheaton. d. d. Samuel H. 
Huntington, George Beach, Thomas Belknap, William 
T. Lee, Haynes Lord, Dudley Buck, Esquires. 

Rev. George Burgess, Secretary, 

James M. Goodwin, Esq. Treasurer. 



144 SOCIETIES. 

General Protestant Episcopal S. School Union. 
Bishop Griswold, President. 

Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 

Rev. Francis H. dimming, Secretary. 

Floyd Smith, Treasurer. 
Executive Committee. — Rev. James Milnor, d. d. 
Rev. Hugh Smith, Rev. Lewis P. Bayard, Rev. John 
F. Schweder, d. d. Rev. William R. Whittingham, 
Rev. William F. Walker, Floyd Smith, Charles Keel- 
er, Harry J. Leaman, John W. Mitchell, Wm. M. Ben- 
jamin, Depositary, 28 r Ann-st. N. York, W. R. Wads- 
worth. 



GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

M. E. Ingoldsby W. Crawford, G. H. P., E. Wm. 
H. Ellis, D. G. H. P. ; E. Wm. H. Holly, G. King ; 
E. Horace Goodwin, 2d, G. Scribe ; E. Laban Smith, 
G. Treasurer; E. E. G. Sforer, G. Secretary. 

Comp. Anson T. Colt, G. Marshall ; Comp. Lucius 
Tyler, G. Sentinel ; Comp. Rev. Chester Tilden, G. 
Chaplain ; Comp. Asahel Saunders, Comp. Nathan 
Colton, G. Stewards ; Comp. I. Tuttle, G. Tyler. 

GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT. 
M. W. William H. Ellis, G. M. ; R. W. Dyer T. 
Brainard, D, G. M.; Aner Bradley, S. G. W.; Henry 
Peck, J. G. W.; Laban Smith, G„ T.; Wm. H. Hol- 
ly, S. G. D.; Horace Goodwin, 2d, J. G. D.; Rev. A. 
Baldwin, G. C; Philip Saunders, Asa Buddington, G, 
Stewards ; Isaac Tuttle, G. Tyler. 

BERLIN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Josiah Edwards, President. 
Daniel Dunbar, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — Charles A. Goodrich, Lysis Lamb, Jesse 
Eddy, Abijah Flagg, Daniel Dunbar, Jonah Edwards, 
Samuel Hart, Normand Woodruff] Thomas Lee, and 
two others, names not returned. 

Capital stock, $160,000. 



G0VEHN0R8, 145 

GOVE RNO RS 

Of the several States and Territories, with the eon> 
mencement and duration of their respective terms of 
Office, and their Salaries while holding the same. 



State & Ter. Governors, Com. Dur. Sal. 
Maine, Rob't P. Dunlap,Jan. 1836 1 *r. $1500 

N. Hampshirejsaac Hill, June 1836 I - 1200 

Vermont, S. G. Jenison, Oct. 1836 1 " 750 

Massachusetts,Edward Everett, Jan. 1836 1 " 3666 

Rhode Island, John B. Fiancis, May 1836 1 " 400 

Connecticut, H.W. Edwards, May 1836 1 " 1100 

New York, Wm, L. Marcy, Jan. 1836 2 " 4000 

New Jersey,* Phil. Dickerson, Oct. 1836 i " 2000 

Pennsylvania, Joseph Ritner, Dec. 1835 3 " 4000 

Delaware, , Jan. 1836 3" 1333 

Maryland,* Th. W. Veazey, Jan. 1836 1 " 3500 

Virginia,* , Jan. 1S34 3 " 3333 

N. Carolina,* Dudley, Jan. 1836 1 u 2000 

S. Carolina,* P. M. Butler, Jan. 1837 2 " 3500 

Georgia, Wm. Schley, Nov. 1835 2 " 3000 

Alabama, Clement C. Clay,Nov. 1835 2 " 2000 

Mississippi, Chas. Lynch, Jan. 1836 2" 2500 

Louisiana, E. D. White, Jan. 1835 4 " 7500 

Tennessee, Newton Cannon,Oct. 1835 2" 2000 

Kentucky, James Clark, Sept. 1836 4 " 2000 

Ohio, Joseph Vance, Dec. 1836 2 " 1200 

Indiana, Noah Noble, Dec. 1834 3 " 1000 

Illinois, Joseph Duncan, Jan. 1835 4 " 1000 

Missouri, L.W. Boggs, act.Nov. 1836 4 " 1500 
Arkansas, Jas. S. Conway, Feb. 1836 u 
Michigan, S. T. Mason, 

TERRITORIES. 

Florida, Rich. K. Call, April 1834 " $500 

Wisconsin, Henry Dodge, 1836 " 2500 

* In the five States marked with a star, the Govern- 
ors are elected by the Legislature, and in the other* 
by the People. 

The Governors of Territories are appointed by the 
President and Senate of the United States. 
10 



146 UNITED STATES GOTERNMEITT. 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR* 



PRESIDENT, 

ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee. 
Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, of New York. 
Salary, $5,000 per c.nnum. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE, 

John Forsyth, Secretary. Salary per annum, $6,000 
Aaron O. Dayton, Chief Clerk, 5 . 2,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

JLevi Woodbury, Secretary, 6,000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3 ; 500 

Albion K. Pairis, Second Comptroller, 3,000 

Jesse Miller, First Auditor, 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3,000 

Peter Hagner, TFhird Auditor, 3,000 

John C. Pickett, Fourth Auditor, 3,000 

Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 3,000 

John Campbell, Treasurer, 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, 3,000 

Virgil C, Maxcy, Solicitor, 3,500 

Benjamin F. Butler, Attorney General, 3,500 

James L. Whitcomb, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 
Hudson M. Gardiner, Rec. Gen. Land Office. 
Matthew Berchard, Solicitor Gen. Land Office. 

Henry L. Ellsworth, Com. Patent Office, 3,000 
Robert. M. Patterson, Director of the Mint, 
Charles K. Gardner, Auditor of the Treasury for 
the Post Office Deposits. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Benjamin F. Butler, acting Secretary, 6,000 

Adjutant GeneraVs Office/ 
Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General. 
Paymaster GeneraVs Department. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 147 

Ordnance Department. 
George Bomford, Colonel. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier General. 

Quartermaster General's Office-. 
T. S. Jesup, B. G. and a. M. G. 

Office of the Indian Affairs. 
Elbert Herring, Commissioner, 6,000 

Pension Office. 
John L. Edwards, Commissioner, 2,000 

Engineer Department. 
General Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Mahlon Dickerson, Secretary, 6,000 

Navy Commissioners. 
John Rodgers, Isaac Chauncey, Charles Morris, 3,500 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Amos Kendall, Postmaster General, 6,000 



TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 

SECOND SESSION- 

SENATORS— REPRESENTATIVES. 

Martin Van Buren, President of the Senate. 
Asbury Dickens, Clerk of the same. 

James K. Polk, Speaker of the House*. 
Walter S. Franklin, Clerk. 

MAINE. 

John Ruggles, 1841. Judah Dana, 1839. 

Representatives. 
Jeremiah Bailey, George Evans,* John Fairfield, Jo- 
seph Hall, Leonard Jarvis, Moses Mason, jr. Gorham 
Parks, Francis O. J. Smith. 8. 

NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 

Henry Hubbard, 1841. John Page, 1837. 



148 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Representatives. 
Benning M. Bean, Robert Burns, Samuel Cushman, 
Franklin Pierce, Joseph Weeks. 5. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Daniel Webster, 1839. John Davis, 1841. 
Representatives. 

John Q,. Adams, Nathaniel B. Borden, George N. 
Briggs, William B. Calhoun, Caleb Cushing, George 
Grennell, jr. Samuel Hoar, William Jackson, Abbott 
Lawrence, Levi Lincoln, Stephen C. Phillips, John 
Reed. 12. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Gideon Tomlinson, 1837. John M. Niles, 1839. 

Representatives. 
Elisha Haley, Orrin Holt, Samuel Ingham, Lancelot 
Phelps, Isaac Toucey, Thos. T. Whittlesey. 6. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, 1841. Asher Robbins, 1839. 

Representatives. 
Dutee J. Pearce, William Sprague, jr. 2. 

VERMONT. 

Samuel Prentiss, 1837. Benjamin Swift, 1839. 

Representatives. 
Heman Allen, Horace Everett, Hiiatid Hall, Henry 
P. Janes, William Slade. 5. 

NEW-YORK. 

Silas Wright, 1837. Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, 1839. 
Representatives. 

Samuel Barton, Abraham Bockee, Matthias J. Bo- 
vee, John W. Brown, Churchill C. Cambreleng, Gra- 
ham H. Chapin, Timothy Childs, John Cramer, Ulys- 
ses F. Doubleday, Valentine Efner, Dudley Farlin, 
William K. Fuller, Ransom H. Gillet, Francis Gran- 
ger, Gideon Hard, Abntr Hazletine, Hiram P. Hunt, 
Abel Huntington, Gerrit Y. Lansing. George W. Lay, 
Gideon Lee, Joshua Lee, Stephen B. Leonard, Thos. 
C. Love, Abijah Mann, jr. William Mason, Rutger B. 
Miller, John McKeon, Ely Moore, Sherman Page, Jo- 
seph Reynolds, David Russell, Wm. Seymour, Nich- 
olas Sickles, William Taylor, Joel Turrill, Aaron 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 140 

Vanderpoel, Aaron Ward, Daniel Ward well, John 
Young. 40. 

NEW-JERSEY. 

Samuel L. Southard, 1839. Garret D. Wall, 1841. 

Representatives. 
William Chetwood, Samuel Fowler, Thomas Lee, 
Jas. Parker, Ferdinand S. Schenck,Wm.N. Shinn. 6. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

James Buchanan, 1843. Samuel McKean, 1339. 
Representatives. 

Joseph B.Anthony, Michael W. Ash, Andrew Beau- 
mont, James Black, Andrew Buchanan, Geo. Cham- 
bers, Wm. Clark, Edward Darlington, Harmar Denny, 
Jacob Fry, jr. John Galbraith, James Harper, Samuel 
S. Harrison, Joseph Henderson, William Hiester, Ed- 
ward B. Hubley, Joseph R. Ingersoll. John Klingen- 
smitb, jr. John Laporte, Henry Logan, Job Mann, 
Thomas M. T, McKennan, Mathias Morris, Henry 

A. Muhlenberg, John J. Pierson, David Potts, jr. Joel 

B. Sutherland, Wavid D. Wagener. 28. 

DELAWARE. 

Richard H. Bayard, 1839. One vacant 

Representative. 
John J. Milligan. 1. 

MARYLAND. 

Joseph Kent, 1839. J. S. Spence, 1841. 
Representatives. 

Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, Isaac McKim, 
Jsmes A. Pearce, John N. Steele, Francis Thomas, 
James Turner, George C. Washington. 8. 

VIRGINIA. 

Richard E. Parker, 1837. Wm. C. Rives, 1839. 
Representatives. 

James M, H. Beale, James W. Bouldin, Nathaniel 
H. Claiborne, Walter Coles, Robert Craicr, George C. 
Dromgoole, James Garland, George W. Hopkins, Jo- 
seph Johnson, John W. Jones, George Loyall, Edward 
Lucas, John Y. Mason, William McComas, Charles 
F. Mercer, William S. Morgan, John M. Patton, John 
Roane, John Robertson, John Taliaferro, Henry A.. 
Wise. 21. 



150 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

NORTH-CAROLINA. 

Bedford Brown, 1841. Robert Strange, 1837. 
Representatives. 

Jesse A. Bynum, Henry W. Connor, Edmund De- 
berry, James Graham, Micajah T.Hawkins, James J. 
McKay, William Montgomery, Ebenezer Pettigrew, 
Abraham Rencher t William B. Shepard, Augustine H, 
Shepperd, Jesse Speight, Lewis Williams, 13. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

John C. Calhoun, 1841. Wm. C. Preston, 1843. 
Representatives. 

Robert B. Campbell, William I. Grayson, John K. 
Griffin, Jas. H. Hammond, Francis W. Pickens, Hen- 
ry L. Pinckncy, John P. Richardson, James ftogers, 
Waddy Thompson, jr. 9. 

GEORGIA. 

Alfred Cuthbert, 1837. John P. King, 1839. 
Representatives. 

Jesse F. Cleveland, William C. Dawson, Thomas 
Glascock, Seaton Grantland, Charles E. Hayoes, Hop- 
kins Holsey, Jabez Jackson, George W. Owens, one 
vacancy. 9. 

KENTUCKY. 

Henry Clay, 1843. John J. Crittenden, 1841. 
Representatives. 

Chilton Allan, Lynn Boyd, John Calhoon, John 
Chambers, Richard French, William J. Graves, Ben- 
jamin Jiardin, James Harlan, Albert G. Hawes, Rich- 
ard M. Johnson, Joseph R. Underwood, John White, 
Sherrod Williams. 13. 

TExVNESSEE. 

Felix Grundy, 1839. Hugh L. White, 1841. 
Representatives. 

John Bell, Samuel Bunch, Wm. B. Carter, William 
C. Dunlap, John B. Forrester, Adam Huntsman, Cave 
Johnson, Luke Lea, Abram P. Maury, Balie Peyton, 
James K. Polk, Eben. J. Shields, Jas. Standefer. 13. 

OHIO. 

Thomas Ewing, 1837. Thomas Morris, 1839. 

Representatives. 
William K. Bond, John Chaney, Thomas Corwin, 



UNITED STA.TES GOVERNMENT. 151 

Joseph H. Crane, Thomas L. Hamcr, Eiias Howell, 
Benjamin Jones, William Kennon, Daniel Kilgore, 
Samson Mason, Jeremiah MeLene, William Patterson, 
Jonathan Sloane, David Spangler, Bellamy Storer, 
John Thomson, Samuel F. Vinton, Taylor Webster, 
Elisha Whittlesey. 19. 

LOUISIANA. 

Robert C. Nicholas, 1341. One vacancy. 

Representatives. 
Rice Garland, H. Johnson, Eleazer W. Ripley. 3. 

INDIANA. 

W r m. Hendricks, 1337. John Tipton, 1839. 

Representatives. 
RatlifFBoon, John Carr, John W. Davis, Edward A. 
Hannegan,Amos Lane, Jno. McKarty, — Ghofson. 7. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

John Black, 1839. Robert J. Walker, 1841. 

Representatives. 
.John F. H. Claiborne, one vacancy. 2. 

ILLINOIS. 

J. M. Robinson, 1837. Wm. L, D. Ewing, 1839. 

Representatives. 
Zadok Casey, Wm. L. May, John Reynolds. & 

ALABAMA. 

Gabriel C. Moore, 1837. Wm. R. King, 1839. 

Representatives, 
Reuben Chapman, Joab Lawler, Dixon H. Lewis, 
Francis S. Lyon, Joshua L, Martin, 5. 

MISSOURI. 

Thomas H. Benton, 1839. Lewis F. Linn, 1843. 

Representatives, 
Wm. H. Ashley, Albert G. Harrison, 2. 

ARKANSAS. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, . Robert Fulton, s 

Representative. 
Archibald Yell. 1. 

DELEGATES. 

Michigan, . , } 

Florida, Joseph M: White, > Territories. 

IFisconsin, George W- Jones^ ) 



52 JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Held atWashington on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, salary, $5,000 
Joseph .Story, Asso. Justice, do 4,500 

S. Thompson, do do 4,500 

John McLean, do do 4 500 

Henry Baldwin, do do 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do do 4,500 

Philip P. Barbour, do do 4,500 

B. F. Butler, Attorney General, do 5,500 

Richard Peters, jr. Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 

Wm. T. Carrollj Clerk, salary, Fees of office. 

John Hunter, Marshal. 

UNITED STATES COURTS. 
FEBRUARY, District— New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
APRIL, Circuit— N. Haven, last Wednesday. 

MAY, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

AUGUST, District— N. Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

SEPTEMBER, Circuit— Hartford, 17th day.* 
NOVEMBER, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

♦When this day occurs on Sunday, the session com- 
mences on the following Monday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge. William S. Holabird, 
Attorney. Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. N. Wilcox, 
Marshal. Elihu Olmsted, Hartford, Erastus Osborn, 
New Haven, Deputy Marshals. 



OFFICERS OF CUSTOMS IN CONNECTICUT. 

New London — Incoldsby W. Crawford, Col.; Elijah 
Arnes, Dep.; John French, Surveyor, Thomas Mus- 
8ey, Inspector ; Benj. Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stonington. 

Middletown— Noah A, Phelps, Col. ; L. Hubbard, 
Dep. and Insp.; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown; 
William Willard, do. Saybrook ; W. Conner, do. Hart- 
ford ; S. R. Dickinson, Inspector. 



FOUEIGN MINISTERS. l. r )3 

New Haven— Wm. H. Ellis, Col.; William Dnrand, 
Sur.; Eli Mix, John Graham, Wm. Myers, Alexander 
L. Munson, Noyes Darling, New Haven ; Charlea 
Elliott, Guilford and Madison ; Daniel B. Lecte, Bran- 
ford and Sachem's Head ; Alfred Mallet, Milford and 
Derby, Inspectors. 

Fairfield — Sam. Simmons, Col.; D. B. Nichols, In3. 

REVENUE CUTTERS. 
Wolcott, Connecticut; Andrew Mather, Capt. Hen- 
ry Prince, jr. 1st Lieut. Stephen Thatcher, 2d Lieut. 
Janies Thompson, 3d Lieut. — Vigilant, Rhode Island; 
H. N. Tracy, 1st Lieut. Com't. ^Stephen Cornell, 2d 
Lt. Francis B. Wright, 3d Lt.— Rush, from N. York 
to New Haven ; Wm. W. Polk, Capt. John Besse, 1st 
Lt. Peter Storer, 2d Lt. Blyden Hedge, 3d Lt. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS, &C. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c. &c. of the 
United States in Foreign Countries. 

England. Andrew Stevenson, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary, Thos. S. Fay, Secreta- 
ry of Legation. 

France. Lewis Cass, Minister Plenipotentiary. 
Charles E. Anderson, Secretary of Legation. 

Russia. William Wilkins, Minister. 

Spain. John H. Eaton, Minister. Arthur Middle- 
ton, jr. Secretary of Legation. 

Portugal. Edward Kavanagh, Charge d'Affaires. 

Netherlands. Auguste Davezac, Charge d'Affaires. 

Belgium. Hugh S Legare, Charge d'Affaires. 

Sweden and Norway. Christopher Hughes, Charge 
d'Affaires. 

Denmark. Jno. F. Woodside, Charge d'Affaires. 

Mexico. Powhattan Ellis, Charge d'Affaires. 

Colombia. Robert B. M'Affee, Charge d'Affaires. 

Brazil. William Hunter, Charge d'Affaires. 

Buenos Ayers. Thomas Lumpkin, Consul, 



154 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Central America. C. G. Devvitt, Charge d'Affaires. 
Pernambuco. Joseph Ray, Consul. 
Chili. Richard Pollard, Charge d'Affaires, 
Peru. Samuel Larned, Charge d' Affaires. 
Greece. James Wilkin, Consul, Syra Island, 
Tunis. Samuel D. Heap, Consul. 
Tripoli. D. S. McCauley, Consul. 
Morocco. James R. Leib, Consul. 
China. Peter W. Snow, Consul, Canton. 
Sandwich Islands. John C. Jones, Commer. Agent. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c. &c. of For- 
eign Powers, in the United States. 

Fiance. M. Edward Pontais, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. George Krehmer, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

Great Britain. Henry Stephen Fox, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Chas. Bank- 
head, Esq, Secretary of Legation. 

Spain. D. A. C. Calderon, Envoy Extraordinary. 

Russia. M. Kremer, Charge d'Affaires and Minis- 
ter. M. Smirnove, attache. 

Austria. Baron de Lederer, Consul General. 

Prussia. Baron de Roenne, Minister. 

Portugal. Joaquim Cesar de Figamere e Morao, 
Charge d' Affaires and Consul General. 

Denmark. Stein Anderson Bille, Charge d'affaires. 

Sweden and Norway. Chevalier S. Lorich, Consul 
General and Charge d'Affaires. 

Belgium. Baron Behr, Charge d'Affaires. 

Rome. Giovanni Sartori, Consul General. 

The Two Sicilies. Dominico Morelli, Consul Gen. 

Colombia. Don Domingo Acosta, Charge d'Af- 
faires and Consul General. 

Brazil. D. Cavalcanti d'Albuquerque, Charge d'Af- 
faires. Silvestie de Souza Telles, Consul General. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary receire an annual salary 
of $9000, besides $9000 for outfit. A Charge d'Af- 
faires receives a salary of $4500, and a Secretary of 
Legation of $2000. 



ARMY AND NAVY LIST. 



155 



ARMY LIST. 

Alexander Macomb, Major-general eomm'g the army. 
Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Winfield Scott, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 
Thomas S. Jesup, brigadier gen. and qr, master gen. 
Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 
Col- John E. Wool, inspector gen. brig, gen." brev. 
Col. George Crogan, inspector general. 
Roger Jones, adjutant general, col. brev. 
Major Henry Whiting, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 
Major Truman Cross, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 
Major Henry Stanton, quartermaster. 
Gen. Nathan Towson, paymaster general. 
Callender Irvine, com. gen. of purchases. 
Maj. Jas H. Hook. Capt. J. P. Taylor, commissaries. 
DRAGGOONS. 
Colonels. Lieut. Colonels. Major?. 

St. W. Kearney Richard B. Mason 

ARTILLERY. 

1 Reg. A. Eustis J. B. Walbach William Gates 

2 Wm. Lindsay Ichabod B. Crane 

3 WK.Armistead James Bankhead M, P. Lomax 

4 J. R. Fenwick A. S. Brooks A. CW. Fanning 

INFANTRY. 

1 Zach. Taylor Wm. Davenport John Bliss 

2 Hugh Brady Alex. Cummings N. S. Clarke 
Josiah H. Vose John Fnwle 

D. E. Twiggs 



3 Jas. B. Many 

4 D. L. Clinch 

5 G. M. Brooke Enos Cutler 

6 H. Atkinson Daniel Baker 

7 M. Arbuckle 



Wm. Whistler 



Wm. S.Foster 
John Green 
A. R. Thompson 
S. Burbank 



NAVY LIST. 



Captains 40—Rogers, Barron, Stewart, Hull, Chaun- 
cey, J. Jones, Morris, Warrington, Crane, Biddle,Ridge- 
ly, Patterson, Woolsey, Creighton, Downes, Elliott, 
Cassin, Renshaw, Wadsworth, Reed, Ballard, Dea- 



158 NAVY LIST — ADDITIONS. 

con, Woodhouse, Nicholson, Kennedy, Dallas, Nich- 
olson, Wilkinson, T. Ap. C. Jones, Bolton, Shubrick, 
Claxton, Morgan, Kearney, Parker, McCall, Turner, 
Connor. Gallagher, Stevens. 

Masters Commandant 40— Budd, Hunter, Sloat, 
-Perry, Skinner, Newton, Smith, Rousseau, Storer, 
Kennon, Shubrick, Gregory, Clack, Voorhees, Cooper, 
Geisinger, Stockton, McKeever, Zantzinger, Salter, 
M'Cauley, Newell, Valette, Spencer, Webb, Percival, 
Aulick, Taylor, Mix, Dulany, Stringham, Mayo, Lat- 
imer, Mervine, Crabb, Babbitt, Armstrong, Smoot, 
Breese, Benj. Page, jr. 

The vessels of war of the United States Nav,y, are. 
11 ships of the line, carrying 74 guns ; 15 frigates of 
the first class, rate, 44 guns ; 3 frigates of the second 
class, rate, 36 guns ; 15 sloops of war, rate, 24 and 18 
guns ; and 9 schooners of war, rate, 12 guns. 



ADDITIONS. 

Received too late for insertion in their proper place. 

Deputy Sheriffs for Litchfield county, page 45. 

Peter W. Powell, Stephen Deming, Litchfield ; 
Chauncey Hosford, Canaan ; John H. St. John, Kent; 
Henrv Seymour, New Hartford ; Mark Bicrelow, Nor- 
folk j" Asa Pickett, New Mil ford ; John S. Warner, 
Plymouth ; Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; ELenry C. Jew 
ell, Salisbury ; Jesse Williams, Winchester ; Lewi3 
Judd, Woodbury. 

Deputy Sheriffs in Tolland county, page 48. 

Solomon L. Grigss, Tolland ; Daniel Kimball, 
jr. Ellington ; Simon House, Andover ; Samuel Car- 
penter, Stafford. 

NEW LONDON COUNTT SII.K SOCIETY. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Benjamin Huntington, Secretary. 

To Attorneys at Hartford, page 31— Henry A,Mitch- 
ell, William M. Durand, John S. Phelps, Giles Petti- 
bone, Henry Perkins.— Dele, A. A. Loomis. ^gg 



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INDEX. 



A. 






Commissioners on 


Academies, &c. 


96- 


-97 


N. York, Provid. and 


Allotment Judges, 




28 


Host. Railroad, 57 


Almanack, 




11 


Hartford and Now 


Asylum, Orphan, 




137 


Haven Railroad, 58 


American, 




136 


Conn. River Comp. 58 


Attorneys, 






Assessment List, 58 


Hartford county 




30 


Appoint, to take ack. 


New Haven, 




34 


of Deeds, &,c. 58 


New London, 




37 


Comptroller, 23 


Fairfield, 




40 


Conn. Government, 


Windham, 




42 


Executive, 23 


Litchfield, 




44 


Senate, 23 


Middlesex, 




46 


Representative, 24 — 27 


Tolland, 




48 


Judicial and Civil, 28 


B. 






Hartford County, 28 


Banks, 


74— £ 


New Haven, 31 


Savings, 


84 


-85 


New London, 34 


Baptist Conventior 


i. 


140 


Fairfield, 37 


Literary Inst. 




97 


Windham, 40 


Bible Society, 




142 


Litchfield, 42 


Tract, Soeiety, 




141 


Middlesex, 45 


Sabbath School, 




141 


Tolland, 47 


Bishops, 




135 


Courts, 


Boroughs, 




72 


Superior and County, 


C. 






(See Calend, pages.) 


Canvass for Gov. &c. 


63 


Probate, 49 


Cities, 


70 


—73 


D. 


Clergy, 128- 


-134 


Districts, Congressional, 60 



Colleges, 90—96 Senatorial, 59 

Commencements Col. 97 Distances from Wash- 
Commissioners on J ington, 7 
Roads, . 52—56 Directors, Farm. Canal, 89 



Bridges, 56 

Ferries, 57 

Thames Channel, 57 

Union Company, 57 

Nor. and Preston Br. 58 

Farmington Canal, 58 



Conn. River, 89 

Union, Hartford, 89 

Hartford, Bridge, 90 

Nor. Water Power, 89 

Wharf, 90 

Market, 9a 



160 



INDEX. 



Directors, 

Steamboats, 

Packets, 

State Prison, 
E. 
Eclipses, 
Education Societies, 

American, 

Conn. Baptist, 
Electors' Meeting 
Episcopal Sund. School 
Union, 144 

Miss. Society, 142 

Convent. Meetings, 143 



R. 



140 

140 

10 



Scholarship Soc. 
F. 
Foreign Miss. Soc. 

Governors, 

H. 
Hart. N. Hist. Soc. 
Hospital, State, 

I. 
Insurance Cornp's, 85 

M. 
Masonic, 



90 Retreat for Insane, 136 
90 Railroad Companies, 
58 Norwich and Wor. 68 
New York, Prov. and 

Boston, 88 

Hartford & N. Haven, 89 

S. 

Secretary of State, 23 

Sheriffs and Dep's, 31—49 

Silk Societies, 140 

Steamboat Company, 

New Haven, * 90 

N. L. and Norwich, 90 

143 Surveyors of Conn. 61 
T. 

142 Tables, High Water, 4 

Roads, 5 

145 Gold Coins, 8 

Interest, 10 

139Theological Institute, 95 

138 ; Temperance Societies, 141 

{Town Officers, 65—69 

-88 .'Tract Societies, 142 

! v. 

144 Votes for State Officers, 63 



Mechanics' Society, N. | Electoral, 



61 



Haven, 
Medical Society, 
Militia, 98- 

Monurnents, 

Groton, 

Hale, 

N. 
Notaries, 

P. 
Peace Soc. Conn. 

Hartford, Count}', 
Post Offi. and Masters, 123 Courts, 
Postage, rates, 127 Customs, 

Probates, 49,Cuttere, 



140 

138 United States Register. 
122;U. S. Executive, 145 

Judicial, 145 

139'Senate, 147—161 

139|Representatives, 147—161 



Army, 
50 Navy, 

Ministers, &c. 
Abroad, 
Foreign, 



141 
141 



155 
155 

153 
154 
152 
152 
153 



MERCANTILE ALMANAC 
1837. 



g> §> & 2 J* *> -1* 

"5 1 1 1 3 4 ^ 

eg !? 6 f fi * eg 
1 ? It ill 
JAN 


—Sunday. 

-Monday. 

-Tuesday. 

-Wednesday* 

-Ttiutsday. 

-Friday* 

-Saturday. 


JULY 1 


12 3 4 5 a 7 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


8 9 10 11 12 13 14 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


15 16 17 18 19 20 21 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


22 23 24 25 26 27 28 


23 24 25 26 27 28 29 


29 30 31 


30 31 


FEB 12 3 4 


AUG 12 3 4 5 


5 6 7 8 9 10 11 


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


13 14 15 16 17 181 9 


19 20 2t 22 23 24 25 


20 21 22 23 24 252 6 


26 27 28 


27 28 29 30 31 


MARCH 12 3 4 


SEPT 1 2 


5 6 7 8 9 10 11 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


26 27 28 29 30 31 


24 25 26 27 28 29 SO 


APRIL 1 


OCT 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


12 3 4 5 6 7 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


8 9 10 11 12 13 14 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


15 16 17 18 19 20 21 


23 24 25 26 27 28 29 


22 23 24 25 26 27 28 


30 


29 30 31' 


MAY 


NOV 12 3 4 


12 3 4 5 6 


5 6 7 8 9 10 11 


7 8 9 10 11 12 13 


12 13 14 15 16 17 18 


14 15 16 17 18 19 20 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


21 22 23 24 25 26 27 


26 27 28 29 30 


28 29 30 31 


DEC 1 2 


JUNE 1 2 3 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 


4 5 6 7 3 9 10 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


11 12 13 14 15 16 17 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


18 19 20 21 22 23 24 


24 25 26 27 28 29 30 


25 26 27 28 29 30 


31 



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TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

CONTAINING ALSO, 

Ecclesiastical Lists ; Toxvn Officers ; Corporate 

Institutions for Literary and Religious 

Exirpose&f Statistical Tables ; 

and a variety of other 

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THE 

CONNECTICUT ANNUAL 

REGISTER 

AND 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR, 

FOR 

1838: 

TO WHICH IS PREFIXED 

AN ALMANACK- 
containing ALSO 

ECCLESIASTICAL LISTS; TOWN OFFICERS; CORPORATE 

INSTITUTIONS FOR LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS 

PURPOSES ; STATISTICAL TABLES J 

AND A VARIETY OF OTHER 

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Entered according to the act of Congress, 1833, by 

SAMUEL GREEN AND FRANCIS J. HUNTINGTON, 

in the office of the Clerk of the District of Connecticut. 



Eclipse* iu the year 1838. 

— 1217Q2X 

There will be four Eclipses this year, in the follow- 
ing order : 

I. The first will be of the Sun, March 25th, at 4h. 

57m. in the afternoon, invisible by reason of the 
Moon's south latitude. 

II. The second will be a partial Eclipse of the Moon, 
April 9th, visible as follows : 

Beginning at 

Middle of the Eclipse, 

End of Eclipse, ••'*• 

Magnitude of the Eclipse 7 digits on the Northern 
limb, 

III. The third will be of the Sun, September 18th, vis^ 
ibie and annular, as follows : 

H. M. 

Beginning at 3 20 ) Apparent time 

Middle, 4 40 S in the 

End of Eclipse, 5 50 J afternoon. 

The eclipse will be annular but in a small degree on 
the meridian of New London. The bright ring on the 
Sun's southern limb at this place will be very small. 
At Washington it will be central. 

IV. The fourth will be of the Moon, October 3d, at 
10h. in the forenoon, invisible, 



H. M. 




7 46 ; 


i Mean time 


9 11 


in the 


10 39 ' 


) evening. 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at se- 
veral places from New London. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, ISew York, Eliza- 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, 
Cockspur, in Georgia, and Brunswick, in N, Carolina 
— to which if you add and subtract as in the annexed 
table, you will have the time of high water at the fol- 
lowing places, A. shows that the annexed quantity 
of time must be added — S. subtracted — h. stands for 
hours — m. for minutes. 



Names of Placet. 
Am boy, S. 

Annapolis, Md. S. 
Annapolis, Novs. A. 
New Bedford, S. 
Boston, 
Cape Ann, 
Cape Fear, 
Casco Bay, 
Charleston Bar, 
Fairfield, 
Frederica 



A. 
A. 

S. 
A. 

S. 
A. 

S. 



Georgetown Bar,S. 

Guilford, 

Halifax, 

Hell Gate, 

Hartford, 

Huntington, 

Ipswich, 

Jamestown, 

Louisburg, 

Main Ocean, 

Mobile Point, 

Nantucket, 



A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 
S. 
A. 
S. 



H. M. 


45 


2 


3 


1 12 


2 15 


2 45 


1 


2 15 


2 20 


2 


1 


2 20 


1 30 


3 


30 


2 20 


2 


2 45 


50 


3 


45 


6 


1 30 



Names of Places. 
Newburyport, A. 
New Haven, A. 
New Providence,S. 
Norwich Land'g, A, 



Penobscot, 

Pensacola, 

Philadelphia, 

Piscataway, 

Plymouth, 

Port Royal, S.C. S 

Portsmouth, A 

Providence, 

Gtuebec, 

Rhode Island, 

Salem, 

Sandy Hook, 

Savannah, S, 

Saybrook, A 

St. Augustine, B. S 

St. Johns, Newf. A 

Tybee Bar, A 

Williamsb'g,Va. A 

Wilmington,N.c.A 



H. M. 

2 45 

2 00 
1 25 

45 

3 

1 

4 20 

2 40 

1 45 

30 

2 45 

1 

3 



45 

2 45 

55 

1 12 

15 

1 25 

3 
15 

2 15 
2 J5 



ROADS. 



Old Road from Boston 
New York. 
To Cambridge 
Waiertown 
Waltham 
Weston 
Sunbuiy 
Marlborough 
Northborough. 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leiceste v 
Spencer, 
Brookfield, 
Weston 
Palmer 
Wilbraham 
Springfield 
Suffield 
Windsor 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Me ri den 

Wallingford 

New Haven 

Mil ford 

Stratford 

Bridgeport 

Fairfield 

Saugatuc 

Nor walk 

Darien 

Stamford 

Horseneck 

Rye 

East Chester 

West Farms 

Harlaem Bridge 

New-York 



to From Boston to Hart'd. 123 
Hartford to N. York lit 



Whole distance 



23« 



Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 

Springfield 28 

Northampton W 
!)eerfield 

PiKney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

New -London to Newport. 

Westerly 16 

Tower Hill 2-5 
Naraganset Ferry 

Newport 7 

New- York to Washington* 



52 
94 
128 
15« 
192 
214 
227 



Princeton 

Philadelphia 

Wilmington 

nsquehannah (Havre) 
Baltimore 
Gents 

Washington 
Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Farmington 20 

Worcester 18 

Sturbridge IS 

Stafford 15 

Vernon 12 

Hartford 14 

Turnpike from New London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7J 

N. Stonington, Miner's 8£ 
Hopkinton City 2 } 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence *<>£ 



&OADS. 



Boston 



42 



Whole distance 92^ 
From New- London to Nor- 
wich and Boston. 

To Montvilie 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 

Pi a infield 1 

Sterling 4 

Scituate 11 

Providence 15 

Altleborough 12 

Walpole " 10 

Dedham 10 

Boston 10, 

Total 100 

From Boston to Portland. 

Lynn 7 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 7 

New bury port 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 10 

Ke one beck 29 

Portland 2" 

Total 119 

New-London to N. Haven 



Glastenbur)', Welles's 10 

Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albany. 



Avon 


10 


Off Hartford 


10 


Winchester 


3 


Norfolk 


8 


Sheffield 


14 


Great Barringtoi^ 


6 


W\ Stockbridge 


16 


N. Canaan 


8 


Chatham 


6 


Nassau Village 


4 


Schodack 


6 


Albany, Skinner's 


6 



Lyme 


16 


Say brook 


3 


Killingworth 


8 


Guilford 


9 


Brandford^ 


9 


New Haven 


8 



Total 94 

Hew Turnpike Road from N 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. !• 

Prom N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads 9£ 

Thence to Norwich city 10| 

Total 50 

From Norwich by Preston 



& Voluntown to Prov. 
Thence to Boston 



58 

42 



Total 

New-London to Hartford. 
Montvilie, 8 

Salem, 6 

Colchester, 6 



Marlborough, 



Total 100 
From Albany to Buffalo* 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine 14 

Herkimer 17 

CJtica, Shepard's 16 

Vernon 19 



&jManlius 



24 





ROADS. 


Marcellus 


17 


Windham 14 


Skeneatelos 


10 


Hartford 30 


Auburn 


6 


70 


Cayuga 


4 


Poit Road from Hartford to 


Geneva 


5 


Providence. 


Gorham 


10 


ManchesterlO Coventry 16 


Canandaigua 


6 


Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 15 


East Bloomfield 


6 


Kiliingly Centre, 14 


West Bloomfield 


5 


Gloucester 3 Scituate 8 16 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Provirlence 8j| 


Caledonia 


7 


Total 69£ 


Batavia 


18 


Middle Road from Boston to 


Buffalo 


36 


Hartford. 


m Canandaigua to Ni- 


Dedham 10 


agara Fulls. 




Pomf.et 47 


Genesee River 


27£ 


Hartford 40 


Batavia 


27 


97 


Buffalo C-ppk 


36 


From Hartford to N Haven, 


Niagara Falls 


21<| 


through Middletown. 


112 





Middletown 15 


From Providence to Harlfd 


Northford 12 


Flainfieid 


30 


New Haven 39 — 11 


Distances from Washington to the Capitals of all 


the States 


— JWain Post Road. 


Northern Route, 


Southern Route. 


To Baltimore 


38 


Richmond, Va. 123 


Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Fayettville, N. C. 348 


Philadelphia 


137 


Columbus, Ohio, 418 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


Charleston, S C. 544 


New York 


227 


Frankfort, Ken. 5QS 


New Haven 


304 


Indianapolis, Ind. 603 


Middletown 


329 


Savannah, Geo. 657 


Hartford 


336 


Murfreesboro' Ten. 708 


New London 


360 


Vandalia, Illinois, 781 


Norwich 


37* 


St. Louis, Miso. 856 


Providence 


410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 850 


Boston 


436 


Monticello, Missis. 1233 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


New Orleans, Lou. 1200 


Montpelier, Vt. 


534 


Tallahassee, Florida. 896 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Little Rock, Arkansas, 1068 


Eastport 


868 


Detroit, Michigan, 516 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arrranged according to the ac- 
tual use at the United States JMint, for esti- 
mating the Value of Gold. 



Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


j} rains 


Standard 


Standard 






>f pure 


beforelsi 


after 1st 






Gold. 


Augl834 


Augl834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt.grs 




$ c. rn. 


$ c. m. 


Johannes, half in 










proportion, 


18 




16 


17 06 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 66 6 


32 71 4 


Dobra, 


18 6 


401 5 


16 22 2 


17 30 5 


Moidore, half in 










proportion, 


6 22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Crusado, 


m 


15 8 


59 8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 










Guinea, half in 










proportion, 


5 9£ 


118 7 


4 79 6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, do. - 


5 h 


113 1 


4 57 


4 87 5 


Seven shilling piece 


1 19 


39 6 


1 60 


1 70 6 


FRANCE. 










Double Louis. coin- 










ed before 1786, 


10 11 


224 9 


9 68 7 


9 69 4 


Louis do. do. - 


5 5§ 


112 4 


4 54 1 


4 84 4 


Double Louis, coin- 










ed since 1786, - 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 


9 16 3 


Louis do. do. - 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon 










or 40 francs, - 


8 7 


179 


7 23 2 


7 71 S 


Napoleon, or 20 fr. 


4 3± 


89 7 


3 62 4 


3 86 6 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 

TABLE OF COINS— Continued. 



Names of Coins. 



COLOMBIA. 
Doubloons, 

MEXICO. 
Doubloons, shares 
in proportion, - 
PORTUGAL. 
Dobraon, 
Dobra, 
Johannes, 
Moidore, half in 

proportion, 
Piece of 16 testoons 

or 16.00 rees, 
OldCrusado400do 
New do 480 do 
Milree coined 1775 

SPAIN. 
Quadruple pistole 
or doubloon, 1772 
double, single and 
shares in propor- 
tion, 
Doubloon, 1801, 
Pistole, 1801, 
Coronilla gold dol- 
lar or Vin tern, 1 801 
U. STATES OF 

AMERICA. 
Eagle coined before 

July 31, 1834, 
Do. coined after do. 
shares in proport'n 



Weight. 


pwt.grs. 
17 8* 


17 


H 


34 

18 
18 


12 
6 


G 


22 


2 


6 
15 

19| 


17 

17 
4 


84 
9 


1 


3 


11 


6 


10 


18 



Grains 
of pure 
Gold. 



Standard 
before 1st 
A u" 1834 



360 5 



360 5 

759 
401 5 



152 2 

49 3 

13 6 

14 8 
18 1 



137 2 
360 5 
80 1 

22 8 



247 5 
232 



%. c rn. 
14 56 



14 56 

30 66 6 

16 22 2 
16 

6 14 9 

1 99 2 

54 9 

59 8 

73 2 



15 03 
14 56 
3 64 

92 1 



10 



10 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 



TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 


1 w. |1 rn. \ 3 m. « 6 m. 1 1 vr. 


D. c.|d. c. ». c.jn. C. |D. c. 


Cents 


10 


00 





- 


20 








00 




30 








1 




40 











1 


2 




50 











2 


3 


Dollars 


1 


o o 





( 1 


3 


6 


_. 


2 





1 


6 3 


6 


,0 12 




3 


o 


1 


4 


9 


18 




4 





St 


6 


12 


Q 24 




5 


o 


3 


7 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5, 15 


30 


60 




20 


2 


o 10: o so 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 45 


90 


1 80 




40 


5 


20' 60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25' 75 


1 50 


3 




| 100 


12 


50 1 50 


3 


6* 




! 200 


25 


10 3 


6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 4 50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 01 6 12 0.24 




500.0 62 


2 50j 7 50115 30 




1000 I 25 


5 Oil 5 0|30 60 o 



iCj'To find the interest of any particular sum for 
any certain time, multiply the sum by the number of 
months, take one half of the product, and you will find 
the two right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, 
on the left hand, are dollars, which is the answer. If 
there be cents in the sum, after you have multiplied 
as above, you will find the two right hand figures to 
be fractions, the two next cents, and the remainder in 
dollars. 



ELECTORS' MEETINGS, 

Are annually holden in the several Towns on the 
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 



January hath 31 days, beginning on Monday. 
~C 18th, 7h. 47^ 



> 3j, lh. 56m m. 
® 10th, 2h. 33»ke 

M . | \ V. 
1 ~ 



Calendar, &c. 



_© 25th, 9h. Ilm. e. 

~ l^r. |08 1^ sear. D g. 



3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

9 

10 
11 

ift 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IB 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Circ. ? sets 8h. 30m. 
$ sets 5h. 30m. 
If stationary. 
& gr. elong. 
prises lOh. 
Epiphany. 
1 S. after Epiphany. 
Daybreak 5h. 40m. 
£)nin<s high. 
J? rises 2h. 23m. m. 
prises 9h. 35m. 
? sets 8h. 40m. 



2S. after Eph. 

Uxim 



€) apog. 



J sets 5h. 31m. 
Daybreak 5h. 35m. 

0sl. clock 11m. 

3 S. after Epiphany. 

^)runs low. 

? sets 8h. 40m. 

i> rises 2h. 30m. m. 
©per. $ 6 O 

High tides. 

4 S. after Ep. $ £ f) 
$ very brilliant. 
prises 8h. 15m* 



7 28 
7 27 
7 27 
7 26 
7 26 
7 25 
7 25 
7 24 
7 24 
7 23 
7 22 
7 21 
7 21 
7 20 
7 19 
7 18 
7 1 



4 32 
4 33 
4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
4 35 



2 42 



'29 
|6 
5 
56 
49 
4 36| 7 44 
4 361 8 39 
4 37| 9 32 
4 3810 22 
4 39 11 
4 39111 51 
40imorn. 
4 4l! 32 
4 42J 1 lljtO 37 
4 42! 1 51 11 34 
4 43! 2 SOmorn. 
3 m 44 
3 58 1 52 



1U 55 
morn. 

5 

1 16 

2 24 

3 33 

4 40 

5 46 

6 44 
rises. 

5 38 

6 39 

7 41 

8 41 

9 41 



4 44' 

4 45-1 



4 46; 4 48] 
4 47! 5 43 



7 6 
7 5 
7 4 



6 43 

7 48; 



4 48 
4 49 
4 50 
4 51 
4 52 10 52 



3 3 

4 14 

5 22 

6 30 



8 52 sets. 

9 54 5 42 



7 8 
4 53|H 45 8 35 
4 54|aft.35 9 56 
4 55 1 2411 8 
4 56! 2 2 morn. 



CAI.ESOAK 

OP THE COURTS IN THIS STATE, ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Hartford, last Tuesday. 

New Haven and Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURT. At Fairfield, first Tuesday. 



February hath 28 days, beginning on Thursday > 



) 1st, Oh. 47m. e. 


C 17th, Oh. 52m. e. 


® 9th, 9h. 5m. m. 


© 24th, 7h. 21m. m. 


m.|vv| Calendar, &c. |0r | 0s. 


£'.seaj 


r. D s. 

TTo 


1 £ 


H rises 8h. 6m. 


7 3 


4 57 


3 21 


2 i 


► Purification B. V. M. 


7 2 


4 58 


3 52 1 26 


3 r i 


Daybreak 5h. 16m. 


7 1 


4 59 


4 45 


2 30 


4 c 


r 5 S. after Epiphany. 


6 59 


5 1 


5 40 


3 44 


5 S 


1 €)runs high. 


6 57 


5 3 


6 34 


4 40 


6 ^ 


J ? sets 8h. 24m. 


6 56 


5 4 


7 27 


5 36 


7 < 


. 1~> rises lh. 42m. m. 


6 55 


5 5 


8 17 


6 11 


1 £ 


> prises 7h. 35m. 


6 54 


5 


9 5 


6 56 


9 ( 


> ? stationary. 


6 53 


5 7 


9,49 


rises. 


10 ' 


! #)apogee. 


6 51 


5 9 


10 30 


6 30 


U ( 


i 6 S. after E. 11 6 ® 


6 50 


$ 10 


It 10 


7 32 


12 J 


2 ? perhelion, 


6 49 


5 11 


11 49 


8 33 


13 : 


5 QsL clock. 14m. 


6 48 


5 12 


morn. 


9 35 


14 - 


^ Valentine. 


6 46 


5 14 


28 


10 38 


15 


5 ? sets 7h. 51m. 


6 45 


5 15 


1 9 


11 42 


16 




6 44 


5 16 


1 52 


morn. 


17 


7 i do 


6 42 


5 18 


2 39 


50 


18 


s Daybreak 5h. 


6 41 


5 19 


3 30 


1 51 


19 


2 1? rises lh. M. 


6 40 


5 20 


4 27 


3 4 


20 


3 £)i uns low. 


6 38 


5 22 


5 27 


4 7 


21 


4 2£rises 6h. 35m. 


6 37 


5 23 


6 30 


5 10 


22 


5 


6 36 


5 24 


7 33 


5 53 


23* 


6 $6® $M$> 


6 34 


5 26 


8 33 


6 36 


24 


7 f)per. ? 6 If) 


6 33 


5 27 


9 29 


acts. 


25 


g t^tuinquages. 


6 32 


5 28 


10 22 


7 24 


26 


2 


6 3C 


5 3C 


11 13 


8 42 


27 


3 $ sets 6h. 45m. 


6 2£ 


5 31 


aft. 3 


9 59 


28 


4 


6 28'5 32 


54 


11 16 



The planet Venus will be the Evening Star until the 
4th of March, then Morning Star to December 18th, 
and then Evening; Star again. 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, third Tuesday. Middletown, fourth do. 

COUNTY COURT. 

At New London, [a] second Tuesday. 



March hath 31 days, beginning on Thursday 





) 


3d, lh, 47m. m. 


) 19th, lh. 44m. m. 


• 

M.|W| 


11th, 3h. 52m. m. 


© 25th, 4h. 57m. e. 


Calendar, &c« 


§'•• l^s. |K.sea 


r. J) s. 






1 


5 


$ sets 6h. 28m. 


5 26 s 34 


1 46 


morn. 


2 


6 


prises 6h, 


6 25 


5 35 


2 49 


20 


3 


7 


? 6 $ 


S 23 


5 37 


3 34 


1 40 


4 


G 


1 S. in Lent. 


6 22 


5 38 


4 29 


2 36 


5 


2 


©high. Inf. c* ? © 


6 21 


5 39 


5 23 


3 32 


6 


3 


Daybreak 4h. 41m. 


6 19 


5 41 


6 24 


4 25 


7 


4 


1(. south 12h. 


8 18 


5 42 


7 2 


5 19 


8 


5 


b stationary. 


6 16 


5 44 


7 47. 


5 44 


9 


6 


T? rises llh. 48m. 


5 15 


5 45 


8 29 


6 9 


10 


7 


©apog. % 6 © 


6 14 


5 46 


9 10 


6 40 


H 


G 


2 S. in Lent. 


6 12 


5 48 


9 49 


rises. 


12 


2 


0s. clock 9m. 


6 11 


5 49 


10 28 


7 31 


13 


3 




6 10 


5 50 


11 8 


8 33 


H 


4 


? rises 5h. m. 


6 8 


5 52 


11 50 


9 33 


15 


5 




6 7 


5 53 


morn. 


10 39 


16 


6 


% if> 


6 5 


5 55 


34 


11 45 


17 


7 




6 4 


5 56 


1 28 


morn. 


18 


G 


3 S. in Lent. 


6 3 


5 57 


2 15 


51 


19 


2 


©runs low. 7>fc s. llh. 


6 1 


5 59 


S 15 


1 54 


20 


3 


Daybreak 4h 25m. 


6 


6 


4 16 


2 57 


21 


4 


Bened. ©-ent.^ 


5 58 


6 2 


5 16 


3 41 


22 


5 


Tp rises llh. 


5 57 


6 3 


6 15 


4 26 


23 


6 


? d © $ stationary. 


5 56 


6 4 


7 11 


4 58 


24 


"7 


©per. $ 6 © 


5 54 


6 6 


8 5 


5 30 


25 


G 


4 in L. 0e. cl. high tides. 


5 5S 


6 7 


8 57 


sets. 


26 


2 


Ann. B. V. M. 


5 51 


6 9 


9 48 


7 30 


27 


3 


2{south lOh. 32m. - 


5 50 


6 10 


10 c9 


8 42 


28 


4 




5 49 


6 11 


11 32 


10 2 


29 


5 


$ rises 4h. 13m. m. 


5 47 


6 13 


.ft.27 


11 17 


30 


6 


0» 


5 46 


6 14 


1 24 


morn. 


3l 7 ©runs high. 


5 45 


6 15 


2 17 


23 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, third do. 

Hartford, fourth do. Tolland, fourth do. 



April hath 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



) 1st, 4h. 46.ii. e. 
<& 9th, Oh. 19m. e. 



M.j *V.| 

~TTg~ 



C 17th, lOh. 45m, m. 
©24rh, 2h. 13m. m. 



Calendar, &,c. 



!fe l€^- 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
23| 
29 
30 1 



5 S. in Lent. 

Tp rises lOh. 12m. 

4 south lOh. 

$ rises 4h. m. 
Daybreak 4h. 
©apogee, If 6 G) 

Palm Sunday, 
©eclipsed. 
$ very brilliant. 
7j[cset 9h. 40m. 

Good Friday. 

© low. 

faster Sunday. 

cl. even. 
!£ south 9h, 
Tp rises 9h. 

$ rises 3h. 32m. m. 

? df> 

Daybreak 3h. 25m. 

1 S after E, §)peri. 
J(i«) 

High tides. 
Tp rises 8h. 35m. 
If south 8h. 26m. 
$ rises 3h. 19m. m. 
©runs high, 

2 S after Easter. 



5 43 
42 
5 41 
5 39 
5 33 
5 36 
5 35 
5 34 
5 32 
5 31 
5 30 
5 28 
5 27 
5 26 
5 24 
5 23 
5 22 
5 21 
5 19 



17 

18 

19 

6 21 

22 
6 24 
6 25 



.sea|r. D s. 



26 
28 

29 

30 

32 

33 

34 

36 

6 37 

6 38 

6 39 

6 41 

42 

43 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

51 

6 52 

6 53 

6 54 



3 16 

4 9 

4 59 

5 45 

6 28 

7 9 

7 48 

8 27 

a 7 

9 49 

10 43 

11 21 

morn. 

14 

1 10 

8 

8 

5 

1 

5] 

44 

34 

8 24 

9 16 



1 19 

2 16 

2 58 

3 42 

4 3 
4 24 

4 45 

5 7 
rises. 

7 27 

8 32 

9 37 

10 45 

11 53 
morn. 

52 

1 39 

2 25 

2 59 

3 33 

3 59 

4 24 
4 49 
sets. 
8 51 

10 6 

11 7 
morn. 

8 
50 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Tolland, third Tuesday. 

Fairfield, Tuesday following first Monday, 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday," 
Litchfield, second Tuesday. 



May hath 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



> LsL, yo. Itfui. M. 

£ 9th, Oh. 10m. 



) 31st, 2h. 48m. m. 



) loth, 4n. 55m. k. 
© 23d, llh. 36m. m. 



M. 


w.| Calendar, &.c. 


•r. m*. 


F.ses 


'•• D 8. 


1 


3 


St. Peter and James. 


J 5|6 55 


3 40 


1 32 


2 


4 


Us. 2h. 39m. Election. 


5 3 


6 57 


4 25 


2 S 


3 


5 


In cross. ^)apogee. 


5 2 


6 58 


5 6 


2 38 


4 


6 


«<*• 


5 1 


6 59 


5 46 


3 2 


5 


7 


^stationary. 


5 


7 


6 25 


3 26 


6 


G 


3 S after Easter. 


4 59 


7 1 


7 4 


3 45 


7 


s 


J? rises 7h. 43m. 


4 57 


7 3 


7 45 


4 3 


3 


3 


$ rises 3h 5m. m. 


4 56 


7 4 


8 29 


4 28 


9 


4 


J?df> 7*set 8h. 


4 55 


7 5 


9 17 


rises. 


10 


5 


Daybreak 3h. 


4 54 


7 6 


10 8 


8 38 


11 


6 


^sets 2h. m. 


4 53 


7 7 


11 4 


9 43 


12 


7 


£)rrins low. 


4 52 


7 8 


morn. 


10 48 


13 


G 


4 S after Easter. 


4 51 


7 9 


3 


11 40 


14 


2 


Qfast cl. 4m. 


4 50 


7 10 


1 3 


morn. 


15 


3 


T? south 12h. 


4 49 


7 11 


2 1 


26 


16 


4 


*?6>© 


4 48 


7 12 


2 46 


58 


17 


5 




4 47 


7 13 


3 48 


1 30 


28 


6 


$ rises 3h. M. 


4 46 


7 14 


4 32 


1 56 


19 


7 


^)perigee. 


4 45 


7 15 


5 26 


2 22 


10 


G 


5 S after E. ? jj f) 


4 44 


7 16 


6 15 


2 47 


21 


2 




4 43 


7 17 


7 5 


3 11 


22 


3 


£d# 


4 42 


7 18 


7 57 


3 43 


23 


4 


High tides. 


4 42 


7 18 


8 52 


sets. 


24 


5 


Holy Thurs. Ascen. 


4 41 


7 19 


9 50 


8 51 


25 


6 




4 40 


7 20 


10 47 


9 49 


26 


7 


Insets lh. 7m. m. 


4 39 


7 21 


11 47 


10 47 


27 


G 


S after Ascension, 


4 39 


7 21 


ift.42 


11 25 


28 


2 


$)high. 


4 38 


7 22 


1 32 


morn. 


29 


3 


Tp south llh. 


4 38 


7 22 


2 19 


2 


30 


4 


H6Q 


4 37 7 23 


3 2 


28 


31 


5 


|)m. $ ri. 2k. 32m. m. 


4 37|7 23 


3 42 


53 



No Courts holden in this month. 





June hath 30 days, beg 


inning on 


Friday. 


® 8th, Oh. 3m. m. 


© 21st, 9h. 47m. e. 


C 14th, 9h. 43m. e. 


> 29th, 8h. 25m. e. 


m 1 


w. 


Calendar, &c. |0r. j fl}f. 


F.sea 


r.Ds, 


1 


6 




4 36 


7 24 


4 21 


1 15 


2 


7 


Insets Oh. 41m. morn. 


4 36 


7 24 


5 


1 37 


3 


G 


Whitsunday. 


4 35 


7 25 


5 41 


1 57 


4 


2 




4 34 


7 26 


6 23 


2 17 


5 


3 


? rises 2h. 28m. morn. 


4 34 


7 26 


7 9 


2 41 


6 


4 


*'*# 


4 33 


7 27 


8 


3 5 


7 


5 


Tp south lOh. 25m. . 


4 33 


7 27 


8 55 


3 40 


8 


6 


7>fcrise 3h. morn. 


4 32 


7 28 


9 54 


rises. 


9 


7 


O runs low. 


4 32 


7 28 


10 54 


9 35 


10 


G 


Trinity Sunday. 


4 32 


7 28 


11 54 


10 19 


11 


2 


Daybreak 2h. 42m. 


4 31 


7 29 


morn. 


11 2 


12 


3 


Insets midnight. 


4 31 


7 29 


52 


11 33 


13 


4 


£ rises 2h. 20m. morn. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 45 


morn. 


14 


5 


£) perigee. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 36 


3 


15 


6 


J rises 3h. 


4 31 


7 29 


3 24 


25 


16 


7 


Ocl. even. 


4 31 


7 29 


4 11 


52 


17 


G 


1 S after Trinity. 


4 30 


7 30 


4 59 


1 18 


18 


2 


?SO ?df) 


4 30 


7 30 


5 49 


1 40 


19 


3 




4 30 


7 30 


6 42 


2 12 


20 


4 


^ cJ •) Full tides. 


4 30 


7 30 


7 38 


2 55 


21 


5 


O enters 25 


4 30 


7 30 


8 36 


sets. 


22 


6 


€)rirns high. 


4 30 


7 30 


9 34 


8 36 


23 


7 




4 30 


7 30 


10 30 


9 27 


24 


G 


St. John Baptist. 


4 31 


7 29 


11 23 


10 18 


25 


2 


If sets llh. 15m. 


4 31 


7 29 


aft. 12 


10 41 


26 


3 




4 31 


7 29 


56 


11 3 


27 


4 


Ifdi) *? south 9h. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 38 


11 18 


28 


5 


$)perigee. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 17 


11 34 


29 


6 


St. Peter. 


4 31 


7 29 


2 56 


11 53 


30 


7 




4 31 


7 29 


3 35 


morn. 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
At Hartford, second Tuesday. Litchfield, third do. 
Fairfield, [a] fourth do. New Haven, Tuesday 
following 4th do. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
At New London, 2d Tuesday. New Haven, 4th do* 



July hath 31 days, beginning on Sunday. 



• 


7th, 9h. 31m. m. 


© 21st, 9h. 35m. m. 


C 14th, 2h. 33m. m. 


) 29th, lh. 7m. e. 


ii.|wr.| Calendar, &c. |0r. | 0s. | F.seajr 


. D s. 
1 14 


1 G 


3 S alter Trinity. 4 32 


7 28 4 26 C 


2 2 


Visitation BVM. 


4 32 


7 28 5 35 


3 3 


W€) 


1 32 


7 28; 5 48 


1 2 


4 4 


$ rises lh. morn. 


4 33 


7 27 j 6 41 


1 30 


5 5 


'U sets lOh. 53m. 


4 33 


7 27 i 7 39 


2 14 


6 6 


prises 2h 27m. morn. 


4 33 


7 27 


8 40 


2 58 


7 7 




4 34 


7 26 


9 42 


rises. 


8 « 


4 S after Trinity. 


4 34 


7 26 


10 42 9 


9,2 


Ipsets lh. 10m. morn. 


4 35 


7 25 


11 38 


9 32 


10 3 


£)perigee. 


4 36 


7 24 


morn 


10 3 


llU 


Full tides. 


4 36 


7 24 


31 


10 30 


12' 5 


Sup. (JHQ 


4 37 


7 23 


1 21 


10 56 


13|6 


Qslow cl. 5m. 


4 38 


7 22 


2 9 


11 19 


14; 7 


Daybreak 2h. 25m. 


4 38 


7 22 


2 57 


11 43 


15 ! g 


5 S after Trinity. 


4 39 


7 21 


3 46 


morn. 


16 2 


If sets lOh. 


4 40 


7 20 


4 38 


12 


17|3 


prises 2h. 15m. mom. 


4 40 


7 20 


5 32 


51 


18 4 


? iG .? tff) $69) 


4 41 


7 19 


6 28 


1 30 


19 5 


$)runs high. 


4 42 


7 18 


7 25 


2 26 


20 6 


? rise 2h. morn. 


4 43 


7 17 


.8 22 


3 22 


21.1 "3 


7^c rise midnight. 


4 43 


7 17 


9 15 


sets. 


22', c 


I 6 S after Trinity. 


4 4^ 


7 16 


10 5 


8 30 


23jS 


1 h south Oh. 21m. morn. 


4 45 


7 15 


10 51 


9 


24 : 


J 


4 46 


7 14 


11 34 


9 29 


25 - 


!• Dog days begin. St. Jas 


4 47 


7 13 


ait. 14 


9 4s 


26 i 


3 §)apogee. 3 d •) 


4 48 


7 12 


53 


10 7 


27 ( 


3 Tp stationary. 


4 4£ 


7 11 


1 33 


10 2i 


28 


r if south 9h* 17m. 


4 5C 


> 7 10 


2 11 


10 3 6 


29 i 


3 7 S after Trinity. 


4 51 


7 9 


2 51 


► 10 59 


30 


« j;? (id 


4 5S 


I 7 8 


3 3C 


11 2 X 


31 


3 ? rises 2h, 14m. morn. 


|4 5^ 


J 7 7 


4 2£ 


11 57 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Haddam, [a] 2d Tuesday. Norwich, [a] 3d do. 
Brooklyn. 4th do. Tolland, Tuesday after 4th d&. 
2 



August hath 31 days, beginning on Wednesday 



• 5th, 5h. 38m. e. 


© 


19th 


, llh. 39m. e. 


C 12th, 8h. 41m. m. 


) 


28th 


, 4h. 7m. m, 


m.|w.| Calendar, &c. | 0r. |^s. | F.seajr. ]) s. 


1 


4 


Lammas. 


4 


54 


7 


6 


5 23 


morn. 


2 


5 


(§ low. 


4 


55 


7 


5 


6 22 


42 


3 


6 


$ rises lh 56m morn. 


4 


56 


7 


4 


7 24 


1 44 


4 


7 


$ rises 2h 19m morn. 


4 57 


7 


3 


8 26 


2 46 


5 


G 


8 S after '! rinity. 


4 


58 


7 


2 


9 25 


rises. 


6 


2 


Trans, our Lord. 


4 59 


7 


1 


10 20 


8 2 


7 


B 


(ftiperigee. N. Jesus. 


5 





7 





11 13 


8 29 


8 


■4 


? 6 d Fin" 1 tides. 


5 


1 


6 


59 


morn. 


8 56 


9 


5 


If sets 8h 33m 


5 


2 


6 


58 


• 3 


9 21 


10 


6 


St. Luke. 


5 


4 


6 


56 


53 


9 45 


11 


7 


f? sets llh 


5 


5 


6 


55 


1 42 


10 29 


12 


G 


9 S after Trinity. 


5 


6 


6 


54 


2 34 


11 14 


13 


2 


Daybreak 3h 13m 


5 


7 


6 


53 


3 28 


11 44 


14 


3 


(J}runs high. 


5 


8 


6 


52 


4 23 


morn. 


15 


4 


$ rises 2h 36m morn. 


5 


9 


6 


51 


5 20 


15 


16 


5 


$ 6& 


5 


10 


6 


50 


6 16 


1 14 


17 


6 


$-&<§ 


5 


12 


6 


48 


7 10 


2 14 


18 


7 


If sets 8h 


5 


13 


6 


47 


8 1 


3 18 


19 


G 


10 S after Trinity. 


5 


14 


6 


46 


8 48 


sets. 


20 


2 


lift rise lOh 


5 


16 


6 


44 


9 31 


7 24 


21 


3 


$ rises lh 30m morn. 


5 


17 


6 


43 


10 12 


7 44 


22 


4 


U6(B 


5 


18 


6 


42 


10 51 


8 4 


23 


5 


(jDapogee. ' 


5 


19 


6 


41 


11 30 


8 22 


24 


6 




5 


21 


6 


39 


aft. 9 


8 41 


25 


7 


T? sets lOh 8m 


5 


22 


6 


38 


50 


9 3 


26 


G 


11 S after Trinity. 


5 


23 


6 


37 


1 33 


9 26 


27 


2 


£ r. 2h59m morn. 


5 


25 


6 


35 


2 20 


9 58 


28 


3 


(§}runs low. 


5 


26 


6 


34 


3 11 


10 30 


29 


4 


St. John Baptist behead. 


5 


OH 


6 


33 


4 7 


11 27 


30 


5 


Ifsets7h23rn 


5 


28 


6 


32 


5 6 


morn. 


31 


6 




5 


30 


6 


30 


6 7 


24 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Litchfield, third Tuesday. 
COUNTY COURTS. ' 
At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday* 
Tolland, fourth Tuesday. 



September hath 30 days, beginning on Saturday. 



£ 4th, lh. 30m. m. 


© 


18th, 


3h. 58m. e. 


C 10th, 5h. 26m. e. 


) 


26th, 


5h. 6m. e. 


m.|w.| Calendar, &c. |=gj 


r. |0s. 


F.sea |r. D s. 


1 


7 


0and clock even. 


5 


31 


6 


29 


7 6 


1 40 


2 


G 


12 S after Trinity. 


5 


32 


6 


28 


8 4 


2 56 


3 


2 


Dog days end. 


5 


33 


6 


27 


8 58 


3 58 


4 


3 


(^perigee. Full tides. 


5 


35 


6 


25 


9 51 


risea. 


5 


4 


prises lh. 26m. morn. 


5 


36 


6 


24 


10 42 


7 20 


G 


5 


i rises 3h. 22m. morn. 


5 


38 


6 


22 


11 33 


7 46 


7 


6 




5 


39 


6 


21 


morn. 


8 16 


8 


7 


l£south Oh. 39m. morn. 


5 


40 


6 


20 


26 


8 46 


9 


G 


13 S after Trinity. 


5 


41 


6 


19 


1 20 


9 29 


10 


2 


($^ runs high. 


5 


42 


6 


17 


2 17 


10 12 


11 


3 


Tp sets 9h. 


5 


44 


6 


16 


3 15 


H 15 


12 


4 


Daybreak 4h. 


5 


45 


6 


15 


4 12 


morn. 


13 


5 


£ rises lh. 19m. morn. 


5 


47 


6 


13 


5 7 


9 


14 


6 


$ 69 


5 


48 


6 


12 


5 58 


1 13 


15 


7 




5 


49 


6 


11 


6 46 


2 17 


16 


G 


14 S after T. t\ I 9 


5 


51 


6 


9 


7 30 


3 19 


17 


2 




5 


52 


6 


8 


8 12 


4 22 


18 


3 


(§apogee. Qeclipsed. 


5 


54 


6 


6 


8 51 


sets. 


19 


4 


U6(B 


5 


55 


6 


5 


9 30 


6 29 


20 


5 


If south midnight. 


5 


5B 


6 


4 


10 8 


6 49 


21 


6 


$ rise 4h. morn. 


5 


58 


6 


2 


10 49 


7 8 


22 


? 


U6G 


5 


59 


6 


1 


11 31 


7 33 


23 


G 


15 S after T. Qent.^ 


6 





6 





aft. 16 


7 57 


24 


2 


J? £(B 


6 


2 


5 


58 


1 5 


8 36 


25 


3 


(prufis low. 


6 


3 


5 


57 


1 58 


9 15 


26 


4 


- 


6 


4 


5 


56 


2 55 


10 16 


27 


5 


prises lh. 7m. morn. 


6 


6 


5 


54 


3 53 


11 17 


28 


6 


T? sets 8h. 


6 


7 


5 


53 


4 51 


morn. 


29 


7 




6 


9 


5 


51 


5 48 


29 


30 


G 


16 S after. Trinity. 


6 


10 


5 


50 6 42 1 48 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Haddam, first Tuesday. New London, first do. 
Hartford, fourth Tuesday. 



October hath 31 days, beginning on Monday- 



Q 3d, 9h. 59m. m. 


© 


18th 


9h 


. 38m. m. 


C 10th, 5h. 36m. m. 


) 


26th, 


4b 


. 11m. m. 


M. 


w.\ Calendar, &c. |#i\ |#s. 


P. sea |r. ]) s. 


1 


2 


1? sets 7h. 50m. 


6 


11 


5 


49 


7 36 


3 7 


2 


3 


? rises 4h. 20m. morn. 


6 


13 


5 


47 


8 26 


4 26 


3 


4 


(f^perigee. (§> eclipsed. 


6 


14 


5 


46 


9 18 


rises. 


4 


5 


High tides. 


6 


16 


5 


44 


10 11 


6 12 


5 


6 


2£rises 5h. 13m. morn. 


6 


17 


5 


43 


11 6 


6 46 


6 


7 


£ rises lh. morn. 


6 


18 


5 


42 


morn. 


7 1£ 


7 


G 


17 S after Trinity. 


6 


20 


5 


40 


4 


8 9 


8 


2 


(fDruns high. 


6 


21 


5 


39 


1 4 


8 59 


9 


3 


Daybreak 4h. 43m. 


6 


22 


5 


38 


2 3 


10 1 


10 


4 


prises 5h. morn. 


6 


24 


5 


36 


3 1 


11 3 


11 


5 


? rises 4h.40m. morn. 


6 


25 


5 


35 


3 51 


morn. 


12 


6 


$ 6<B , 


6 


26 


5 


34 


4 44 


28 


13 


7 


? 6U 


6 


28 


5 


32 


5 29 


1 21 


14 


G 


18 S after Trinity. 


6 


30 


5 


30 


6 11 


2 14 


15 


2 


$ rises Oh. 15m, morn. 


6 


31 


5 


29 


6 51 


3 14 


16 


3 


(fapogee. 2( £ (§ 


6 


32 


5 


28 


7 29 


4 13 


17 


4 


? 6'9 


6 


34 


5 


26 


8 3 


5 13 


18 


5 


St. Luke. 


6 


35 


5 


25 


8 48 


sets. 


19 


6 


1? sets 6h. 45m. 


6 


36 


5 


24 


9 30 


5 35 


20 


7 


If rises 4h. 29m. 


6 


38 


5 


22 


10 14 


6 1 


21 


G 


19 S after Trinity. 


6 


39 


5 


21 


11 2 


6 33 


22 


2 


h'll(B : 


6 


40 


5 


20 


11 54 


7 17 


23 


3 


(|jruns low. 


6 


42 


5 


19 


aft. 49 


8 


24 


4 


Qfast cl. 15m. 


6 


44 


5 


16 


1 45 


9 17 


25 


5 




6 


45 


5 


15 


2 42 


10 17 


26 


6 


? rises 5h. 18m. morn. 


6 


47 


5 


13 


3 37 


11 32 


27 


7 




6 


48 


5 


12 


4 31 


morn. 


28 


G 


20 S after Trinity. 


6 


49 


5 


11 


5 22 


47 


29 


2 


prises Oh. 36m. morn. 


6 


50 


5 


10 


6 12 


2 2 


30 


3 


71 rises 4h. morn. 


6 


51 


5 


9 


7 2 


3 18 


31 


4 


(f^perigee. 


6 


52 


5 


8 


7 54 


4 35 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, 2d do. 
Tolland, third do. Danbury, last do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 
At Litchfield, 2d Tuesday. Middletown, third do. 



November hath 30 days, beginning on Thursday. 



$ 1st, 7h. 38m. e. 
C 3th, lOh. lm. e. 



© l7th, 3h. 13m. m. 
) 24th, lh. 45m. e. 



M. 


1 v | Calendar, &e. 


l»M»s. 


|F.8t:a|r. D S. 


1 


5 


All Saints. 


6 


53 


5 7 


8 48 


rises* 


9 


8 


? rises 5h. 35m. morn. 


6 


54 


o 6 


9 45 


5 21 


3 


7 


Pull tides. 


6 


55 


5 5 


10 46 


5 59 


4 


G 


21 S after Trin. (fhigh. 


6 


57 


5 3 


11 48 


6 45 


5 


2 


Daybreak 5h. 20m. 


6 


58 


5 2 


morn. 


7 48 


6 


3 


$ rises Oh. 27m. morn. 


6 


59 


5 1 


58 


8 50 


? 


4 


prises 3h. 37m. morn. 


7 





5 


1 45 


9 56 


8 


5 


©fast cl. 16m. 


7 


1 


4 59 


2 37 


11 3 


9 


6 


$ 6(B 


7 


3 


4 57 


3 25 


morn. 


to 


7 


$ rises 5h. 54m. morn. 


7 


4 


4 56 


4 8 


6 


VI 


G 


22 S after Trinity. 


7 


5 


4 55 


4 49 


1 5 


12 


2 


dDaposree. 


7 


6 


4 54 


5 28 


2 4 


13 


3 


2U (§ 


7 


7 


4 53 


6 7 


3 4 


14 


4 


$ rise 16m. morn. 


7 


8 


4 52 


6 46 


4 4 


15 


5 


prises 3h. 13m. morn. 


7 


9 


4 51 


7 27 


5 7 


56 


6 


? Ad 


7 


10 


4 50 


8 11 


6 7 


17 


7 


h 6(3 


7 


11 


4 49 


8 58 


sets. 


18 


G 


23 S after Trinity. 


7 


12 


4 48 


9 49 


5 28 


19 


2 


(fjDruns low. 


7 


13 


4 47 


10 44 


6 2 


20 


3 


Tp south midnight. 


7 


14 


4 46 


11 41 


7 15 


21 


4 




7 


15 


4 45 


aft. 38 


8 28 


22 


5 


If rises 2h, 52m. morn. 


7 


16 


4 44 


1 33 


9 32 


23 


6 


$ rises midnight. 


7 


17 


4 43 


2 26 


10 35 


24 


7 




7 


18 


4 42 


3 16 


11 47 


25 


G 


24 S after Trinity. 


7 


19 


4 41 


4 6 


morn. 


20 


2 


$ rises 6h. 33m. morn. 


7 


19 


4 41 


5 3 


1 1 


27 


3 




7 


20 


4 40 


5 42 


2 24 


2b 


4 


(^perigee. 


7 


21 


4 39 


6 33 


3 32 


29 


5 




7 


22 


4 38 


7 28 


4 42 


30 


6 


St. Andrew. 


7 


22 


4 38 


8 26 


5 59 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, second Tuesday. Norwich, second do. 
New Haven, fourth Tuesday. 



Decemrer hath 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 

© 1st, 6h. 47m. m. j © 16th. 7h. 36m. e. 

C 8th, 6h. 9m. e. ) 23d, lOh. 19m. e. 

® 31st, 6h. 47m. m. 



m.| w | Calendar, &c. 


©ft l*s. |F.aea|r.J>B. 


1 


7 


7*s. llh. Full tides. 


7 23 


(4 37 


9 27 


rises* 


2 


G 


Advent Sunday. 


7 24 


4 36 


10 30 


5 27 


3 


2 


(<j|>runs high. 


7 24 


4 36 


11 31 


6 33 


4 


3 


0fast cl. 10m. 


7 25 


4 35 


morn. 


7 38 


5 


4 


$ rises llh. 49m. morn . 


7 25 


4 35 


26 


8 38 


6 


5 


prises 2h. morn. 


7 26 


4 34 


1 16 


9 48 


7 


6 


Daybreak 5h. 43m. 


7 26 


4 34 


2 2 


10 48 


8 


7 


Con. BVM. $ d d 


7 27 


4 33 


2 45 


11 57 


9 


G 


2S in Advent. 


7 27 


4 33 


3 25 


morn. 


10 


2 


dDapogee. 2( £ (§ 


7 28 


4 32 


4 4 


57 


11 


3 




7 28 


4 32 


4 43 


1 56 


12 


4 


I? rises 5h. 52m« morn. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 23 


2 56 


13 


5 


prises llh. 39m. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 5 


3 55 


14 


6 


h' 6(B 


7 29 


4 31 


6 51 


5 1 


15 


7 


It rises lh. 40m. morn. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 42 


6 7 


16 


G 


3 S in Advent. 


7 30 


4 30 


8 36 


sets. 


17 


g 


(§runs low, ? d (§ : 


7 30 


4 30 


9 33 


4 51 


18 


3 


$sup. © b (§ 


7 30 


4 30 


10 31 


5 59 


19 


4 




7 30 


4 30 


11 28 


6 52 


20 


5 


* m 


7 30 


4 30 


aft. 22 


8 16 


21 


6 




7 30 


4 30 


1 14 


9 40 


22 


7 


QentersYJ 


7 30 


4 30 


2 3 


10 52 


23 


G 


4 S in Advent. 


7 30 


4 30 


2 50 


morn. 


24 


2 


l^rises lh. 10m. ; 


7 30 


4 30 


3 37 


5 


25 


3 


Christmas, (^perigee. 


7 30 


4 30 


4 26 


1 17 


26 


4 


St. Stephen. 


7 29 


4 31 


5 17 


2 29 


27 


5 


St. John. 


7 29 


4 31 


6 13 


3 44 


28 


6 


Innocents. 


7 29 


4 31 


7 11 


4 59 


29 


7 


(fhigh. 


7 29 


4 31 


8 12 


5 49 


30 


G 


1 S after Christmas. 


7 28 


4 32 


9 13 


6 38 


31 


2 


$ rises llh. 


HZ 28 


4 32 


10 11 rises. 



COUNTY COURTS. 
At Brooklyn, second Tuesday. Litchfield, third do. 
Tolland, fourth Tuesday, 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 
GOVERNMENT OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



23 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 



HENRY W. EDWARDS, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

EBENEZER STODDARD, Lieut. Governor 

Salary $300. 

JEREMIAH BROWN, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary, 

Salary $84. 

WILLIAM FIELD, Comptroller of Public Accounts 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 

Salary $1250. 

SILAS MIX, Executive Secretary. 



District No. 



legislative department. 
SENATORS. 

1, Martin Kellogg. 

2, Ozias Roberts. 

3, Charles T. Hillyer. 

4, Roger S. Baldwin. 

5, James D. Wooster. 

6, Noah Pomeroy. 

7, Caleb J. Allen. 

8, Ellas Hewitt 

9, Elisha Waterman. 

10, James C. Loomis. 

11, Samuel £. St. John. 

12, Charles Haw ley. 

13, Bela P. Spauiding. 

14, Ichabod Bulkley. 

15, James Beebe. 



24 SENATORS — REPRESENTATIVES- 

District No. 16, Matthew Minor. 
" 17, Peter Bierce. 

" 18, Joseph Coe. I 

" 19, William Palmer. 

20, Benjamin Pinney. 
" 21, ^0^0 PT. tfirg-g. 

Franklin H. Merriman, Clerk of the Senate. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
STILLMAN K. WIGHTMAN, Speaker, 
JOHN C. PALMER, } n , , 
LEWIS HYDE, \ Klerks. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Roderick Terry, Henry Barnard, 2d. 

Avon, Zerah Woodford. 

Berlin, Samuel Hart, 2d, Henry M. Pratt. 

Bloomfield, Ammi R. Palmer. 

Bristol, Ephraim Downes. 

Burlington, Enoch Cornwall. 

Canton, Joseph Dailey. 

East Hartford, Samuel L. Pitkin, Joseph P. Jones. 

East Windsor, Harvey Holkins, Frederick W. Grant, 

Enfield, Jabez King, James Dixon. 

Farmington, Edward Hooker, Horace Cowles. 

Glastenbury, Thaddeus Wells, Chauncey Andrews. 

Granby, Thomas G. Holcomb, Horatio N. Case. 

Hartland, Asa Bushnell, Willis Wright. 

Marlborough, Lewis Thompson. 

Manchester, Ralph R. Phelps. 

Simsbury, Jeffrey O. Phelps, Virgil Pettibone. 

Southington, Jesse Olney, James Tyler. 

Sufiield, Levi Stanley, Odiah L. Sheldon. 

Wethersfield, Robert Francis, Jr., Wells Adams. 

Windsor, Horace Birge, William Alford. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, Wm. W. Boardman, James Donaghe. 
Bethany, Harry French. 
Branford, Samuel Gould. 
Cheshire, Benajah Ives, John Miles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 25 

Derby, Nehemiah C. Sanford, 

East Haven, William K. Townsend. 

Guilford, George Langdon, Henry Elliott. 

Hamden, James M. Ford. 

Madison, Jesse Crampton. 

Meriden, Horace R. Redfield. 

Middlebury, Daniel Tyler. 

Milford, Abijah Carrington, Isaac Tibbals. 

North Branford, Harmon H. Williams. 

North Haven, Horace Stiles. 

Orange, Eliakim Kimberly. 

Oxford, Channeey M. Hatch. 

Prospect, Libbeus M. Hatch. 

Southbury, John Peck. 

Wallingford, Chester Cook, Giles Hall. 

Wolcott, Moses Pond. 

Waterbury, Joel Hinman, Ransom Culver. 

Woodbridge, Thomas Darling. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, [No choice.] 

Norwich, Lewis Hyde, Enoch C. Chapman. 

Bozrah, Daniel Herrick. 

Colchester, Joshua B. Wheeler, Newhall Taintor. 

Franklin, Gilbert Lamb. 

Griswold, Frederick Brewster. 

Groton, Albert Latham, Elisha Morgan. 

Lebanon, George Kingsley, Archipas McCall. 

Lisbon, Thomas A. Clark. 

Lyme, John L. Smith, Nathan Tiffany. 

Montville, Joseph L. Chapman. 

North Stonington, John D. Gallup, Amos Hull. 

Preston, David Baldwin, Frank Kimball. 

Salem, Sidney Morgan. 

Ledyard, Anson Avery. 

Stonington, Eleazer Williams, Jesse D. Noyes. 

Waterford, Philip Morgan. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, David Coley, George Peck. 
Bridgeport, William S. Pomeroy, 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Brookfield, John Hawley. 

Danbury, Peter Barnum, David D. Wildman. 

Darien, Nathaniel H. Wildman, Holley Bell. 

Greenwich, Frederick Lockwood, SethLyon. 

Huntington, Wm. M. Hubbell. 

Monroe, Charles Curtis. 

New Canaan, Samuel Raymond. 

New Fairfield, Levi Penneld. 

Newtown, John Judson, Charles Johnson. 

Norwalk, Thomas B. Butler, Lewis Gregoiy. 

Reading, Timothy Parsons, Jesse Banks. 

Ridgefield, Czar Jones, Major Bouton. 

Sherman, Jonathan Bartram. 

Stamford, Sellick Scofield, Joshua B. Ferris. 

Stratford, Nathaniel L. Wheeler. 

Trumbull, Samuel Edwards. 

Weston, David Patchen, Sherwood Seeley. 

Westport, Lewis Raymond. 

Wilton, Isaac M. Sturges, 2d. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, John Day. 

Ashford, Isaac Kendall, James B. Palmer. 

Canterbury, John Kendall, Isaac Clark. 

Chaplin. Jared Clark. 

Hampton, Festus Burnham. 

Killingly, Leonard. Ballou, Luther Day. 

Pomfret, William James, George Sharpe. 

Plainfield, Sessions Lester, Benjamin Bacon. 

Sterling, William Arnold. 

Thompson, George Nichols, Vernon Stiles. 

Voluntown, John C. Smith. 

Windham, Erastus Fitch, Elisha H. Holmes. 

Woodstock, Lorenzo Marcey, Marcus Taft. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Morris Woodruff, Phineas Lord. 
Barkhamstead, Hiram Goodwin, Daniel Sanford. 
Bethlem, Jeriel Hayes. 

Canaan, Chauncey Hosford, John Elmore, Jr. 
Colebrook, Samuel Simons, Jr., Dorrance Barber. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 27 

Cornwall, Caleb Jones, Myron Harrison. 

Goshen, "William Miles, Alpha Hart. 

Harwinlon, Andrew Abernethy, Abijah Catlin. 

Kent, William T. Hopson. 

New Milford, Elizur Warner, Daniel Marsh. 

New Hartford, Isaac Kellogg, Thomas Watson, Jr. 

Norfolk, Asahel E. Case, Levi Shepard. 

Plymouth, Silas Hoadley. 

Roxbury, Wait Leavenworth. 

Salisbury, John Ensign, William P. Russell. 

Sharon, Ansel Sterling, Elmore Everitt. 

Torrington, Giles Whiting, John Gillett. 

Warren, Russell Carter. 

Washington, Daniel B. Brinsmade, Charles Vail. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtis. 

Winchester, Theodore Hinsdale, Rufus Drake. 

Woodbury, Charles B. Phelps, Elmore Jadson. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Stillman K. Wightman, Tim. Savage. 
Chatham. Edward Lewis, Lazarus Watrous. 
Chester, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 
Durham, Richard Robinson, Samuel Tibbals. 
Haddam, Warren Tyler, Gideon Brainard. 
East Haddam, John C. Palmer, Joseph Paddock. 
Killingworth, James A. Pratt, Philander Stevens. 
Saybrook, Richard P. Williams, Joseph H. Hayden. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Carlos Chapman, John Warren. 

Bolton, Samuel Williams. 

Columbia, Salomon Abel. 

Coventry, C/alvin Daggett, Edward G. Huntington. 

Ellington, Asa Willey. 

Hebron, Pliny Parker, Augustus Rollo. 

Mansfield, Needham Slate, Dexter M. Leonard. 

Somers, Jonathan Clark, Abiel Jones. 

Stafford, Pailey Converse, Daniel A. Peck. 

Union, Augustus Moore, Abijah Sessions. 

Vernon, Oliver H. King. 

Willington, Benj. Lillibridge, Ariel Eldridge. 



28 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Chief Judge. 
Clark Bissell, I Jabez W. Huntington, 

Samuel Church, J Henry M. Waite. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

Ira E. Smith, Esq., Chief Judge. 

"' Asso. Judges, David E. Hubbard, Jeffrey O! Phelps. 

Phiio A. Goodwin, Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 



Justices of the Peace. 

Hartford — Thomas Day, Joseph Pratt, Jeremiah 
Brown, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, Isaac Perkins, 
Waterman Roberts, Cyprian Nichols, Danl. L. Sisson. 
Wm. W. Ellsworth, Charles Shepherd, Thos. Roberts^ 
William Field, John Stan wood, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Albert Day, William Hayden, Solomon Porter, Gains 
Lyman, John M. Niles, Lemuel Humphrey, Isaac 
Toucey, Thomas H. Seymour, Job Allyn, Simeon Ar- 
nold, Charles Chapman, Benning Mann, John Russei, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Royal R. Hinman, Thomas 
Cooley, George Putnam, Gideon Wells, Jas. G. Bolles, 
Henry A. Mitchell, Jesse Savage, Denison Morgan, 
Elihu Olmsted, Nathan Seymour, Philo A. Goodwin, 
Wm. A. Durand, Caleb Pond, Morgan Goodwin, Jr., 
Henry Mix, Eras. Smith, Francis Parsons, Franklin 
H. Merriman, Wm. R. Cone, Julius Catiin, Nathan 
Preston, Giles Pettibone, Guy R. Phelps. 

Avon — Amasa Woodford, Truman Woodford, Car- 
roll Higley, Marcus Day, Joseph North, Ebenezer 
Miller, Jr., Francis Woodford. 

Berlin — Luther Beckley, Levi Barnes, IraE. Smith, 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

William Smith, Abijah Flagg, Benjamin Wilcox, 
Henry M. Pratt, Cyrus Stanley. 

Bloomfield — John Hubbard, Ammi R. Palmer, James 
Newbury, Jr., Elisha Moore, Noah Griswold, Alden 
Cadwell, Benjamin Graham. 

Bristol— Joel Truesdell, George Mitchell, Charles 
G. Ives, Avery Atkins, George Welch, Tracy Peck, 
Thomas Mitchell, Philip Gaylord, George W. Bar- 
tholomew. 

Burlington — Gad Frisbe, Ira Bronson, William 
Marks, Darius F. Butler, Truman Smith, Billy Gay- 
lord. 

Canton— Luther Higley, Isaac Mills, Benjamin 
Weed, Jr., RugglesCase, Noadiah Case, Jesse L. Bar- 
ber, Lorin Humphrey, Ephraim Mills, Theodore Pet- 
tibone, Henry Nash, Austin N. Humphrey, Elisha K. 
Root, Ansel Humphrey. 

East-Hartford — Giles Olmstead, Samuel Brewer, 
Samuel L. Pitkin, Samuel Arnold, Persius Olmsted, 
Saml. Kennedy, Leonard Hills, Eli Burnham, Mahlon 
Forbes, William Coole}^, Roderick F. Fowler. 

East-Windsor — Samuel Mills, Josiah Ellsworth, W. 
Barnes, Alexander Wells, Joshua Risley, Horace 
Grant, Solomon Terry, Jr., Chauncey Belknap, Jer- 
emy Bissell, Hiram Smith, Samuel 'Elmore, Henry 
Watson, Joseph S. Bartlett, Samuel W. Bartlett, Wm. 
S. Whipple. 

Enfield — Jabez Collins, Lorain T. Pease, Henry 
Kingsbury, James Dixon, George Allen, 2d., George 
Terry, John Mason, Samuel Booth. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman, William A. Ives, 
Thomas Youngs, Giles Stillman, Adna Whiting, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Levi Smith. 

Glastenbury — David E. Hubbard, Pardon Brown, 
George Merrick, Henry Dayton, Thaddeus Welles, 
George Covill, Frary Hale, Jr., Asahel Hollister, Syl- 
vester Blish, Oliver Brainard, Parley Bidwell, Wil- 
liam H. Turner. 

Granby — Joab Griffin, JoelHolcomb, Horace Clark, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Abner Case, Daniel Hayes, Charles T. Hillyer, Anson 
Bates, Oliver Alderman, Edmund Thompson, Cullen 
Hayes, Joshua R. Jewett, Justus D. Wilcox, Grove 
Griswold, Edmund Holcomb, Anson N. Holcomb, 
Miles A. Holcomb. 

Hartland — Willis Wright, Phelps Humphrey, Hen- 
ry Robinson, Benjamin Giddens, Virgil Stebbins, Aus- 
tin Ensign. 

Manchester — Ephraim Willis, George W. Chaney, 
John Mather, Normand Buckland, Eleazer W. Hollis- 
ter, Ashbel W. Case. Chauncey Bryant, Joseph Noyes. 
Samuel Keeney, Henry Marble, Russel Eldridge. 

Marlborough — Samuel P. Jones, Aaron Phelps, 
Richard D. Gelston, Ezra Hall, Asa Day. 

Southington — Isaac Shepherd, James Tyler, Orren 
Peck, Jesse Olney, Wm. Porter, Anson Matthews. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, John O. Pettibone, Asaph 
Tuller, Ambrose Adams, Lewis Dickinson, <« Moses 
Ensign, Shubael S. Hoskins, Allyn Pinney, William 
Mitchelson, Lot Pinney, Whiting Shepherd, Henry 
Ely, Everett Wilcox, Jeffrey O. Phelps, Jay Filley. 

Suffield — William Gay, David Hale, Calvin Free- 
man, Julius C. Sheldon, David Hastings, Julius Har- 
mon, Edwin P. Stevens, Israel Harmon, Gad Sheldon, 
William Jones. 

Wethersfield — Allyn Smith, Ashbel Robinson, Al- 
fred Francis, Wells Adams, Amos Pillsbury, Ebene- 
zer Goodale, Henry Buckley, Harvey Francis, Leonard 
C. Hubbard, Leonard R. Wells, Josiah Atwood. 

Windsor — Richard Niles, James Loomis, Giles Ells- 
worth, Walter Thrall, Josiah Phelps, Hiram Phelps, 
Eliakim M. Olcott, Daniel Loomis, Horace Birge, Job 
Loomis, Gamaliel W. Griswold, Ira Soper. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Henry A. Mitchell, Esq., State Attorney. 

Hartford — Nathaniel Terry, Hezekiah Huntington, 
Walter Mitchell, Isaac Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, 
Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, John M. Niles, William 
Hungerford, Alfred Smith, William W. Ellsworth, 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Isaac Toucey, Charles Shepherd, O. E. Williams, 
Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, Eras- 
tus Smith, Charles M. Emerson, William R. Cone, 
Philo A. Goodwin, James H. Holcomb, Edward Good- 
man, Benning Mann, F. H. Merriman, Henry A. 
Mitchell, Henry Perkins, Giles Pettibone, Francis 
Fellowes, Wm. N. Matson. 

Berlin — Daniel Dunbar, IraE. Smith, Sheldon Moor. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

East-Windsor — William Barnes. 

Enfield — William Dixon, Lorain T. Pease, James 
Dixon. 

Farmington — Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury — George Merrick. 

Granby — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester — Ralph R. Phelps, Geo. W. Griswold. 

Simsbury — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington — Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Sufrield — William Gay, Seth Parsons. 

Windsor — Richard G. Drake, Horace H. Sill. 

Ansel Humphrey, Esq., Hartford, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Hartford, Chester Adams ; Enfield, 
George C. Owen ; East- Windsor, ; Farm- 
ington, Henry Cowles; Granby, David Latham ; Suf- 
rield, Paul Harmon, Jr. ; Windsor, Cicero Phelps ; 
Wethersfield, Wells Adams; Bristol, George Hooker; 
Canton, Pomroy Higley; Manchester, Eli Pitkin. 
George Story, Hartford, Jailer. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 



County Court. 
Noyes Darling, Esq., Chief Judge. 
Associate Judges, Charles H. Pond, Malachi Cook. 
Robinson S. Hinman, Clerk, and Clerk of Superi- 
or Court. 
Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 



32 JUDICIAL AMD CIVIL 

Justices of the Peace. 

New Haven — William Mix, Anthony P. Sanford, 
Joseph N. Clark, Silas Mix, James Punde'rford, Charles 
A. Ingersoll, Noyes Darling, James Barnes, Leverate 
Griswold, Giles Mansfield, Isaac Mix, Augustus Smith., 
Peleg H. Cone, Matthias R. Tuffs, Luther Gilbert^ 
Jonathan Stoddard, Roger Prout, Charles S. A. Davis, 
Joseph Bennett, Philip Curtiss, Russel Treadway, 
Samuel Mason, Newton Wheeler, Guy C. Hotchkiss. 
Walter Osborn, Chester Dickerman, Newil Johnson, 
George Gilbert, Robert H. Osborn, William P. N. 
Fitzgerald, Robinson S. Hinman, John S» Graves, 
Frederick Croswell, Ira Merwin, John Duntze, Henry 
White, Roger S. Baldwin, James N. Palmer, Obadiah 
Pease, Stephen Bunnell, Legrand Cannon, Levi Fran- 
cis. 

Bethany — Archibald A. Perkins, Eliakim Smith, 
Abraham Beecher, Alvin Sperry, Geo. F. Peck, Miles 
Hitchcock, Hezekiah Thomas, Philander B. Hine, 
Miles French. 

Branford — Levi Bradley, Chandler Barker, Orrin D. 
Squire, Wm. Tyler, Samuel Cook, Hubbard Barnes, 
Rutherford Russell. 

Cheshire — Reuben W. Royce, Benajah Ives, Alfred 
Doolittle, Edward A. Cornwall, Chauncey Peck, Wm. 
L. Foot, John Barnes, Burrage Beach. 

Derby — Bennet Lum, Shelden Smith, Isaac J. Gil- 
bert, Alfred Blackman, Shelden Bassett, J.C.Wheeler, 
Ezekiel Gilbert, Robert Gates, Jr., David Beach, Chas. 
Edmund, Henry Lum, Donald Judson. 

East Haven — Bela Farnum, James Williams, Lester 
Keep, James Wedmore, Jeremiah B. Davidson, John 
Bishop, Saml. A. Andross. 

Guilford— Timothy Stone, Reuben Elliott, David S. 
Fowler, William Spencer, George Griswold, Henry 
Elliott, George Hart, Samuel Scranton, Anson Foote, 
Samuel C. Spencer, Wyllis Elliott, Alfred Norton, 
Victor Fowler, Richard Fowler. 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Hamden — Jared Bassett, Alfred Bassett, Loyal F. 
Todd, Ezra Allen 2nd., Horace Potter, 

Madison — Nathan W. Hopson, Samuel L. Blackley, 
Augustus B. Wilcox, Samuel B. C. West, Frederick 
W. Scranton, Augustus Peck, Jared Willard, Daniel 
Hill, Harvey Hale, Jonathan S. Wilcox, Walter P. 
Munger, Frederick S. Fields. 

Meriden— Benajah Andrews, Asahel jMerriam, 
James S. Brooks, Noah Pomeroy, Levi Yale, Eli C. 
Birdsley, Calvin Coe. 

Milford — William Strong, Jonathan Clark, William 
Durand, Jr., Adolphus Baldwin, Curtis W. Ovart, 
William H. Fowler, Samuel B. Gunn, Anon Clark, 
Barnabas Woodcock, Samuel Beach, Charles H. 
Pond. 

Middlebury — Nathaniel Richardson, Jas. D. Woos- 
ter, William Bronson, Eben Abbott, Lyman Bradley, 
Leonard Bronson. 

North-Bran ford— Benjamin Page, Jacob Frisbie, 
Ralph Lindsley, Jesse Lindsley, Prelate Dimock, The- 
tus Todd, Harmon H. Williams. 

North-Haven — Daniel Pierpont, Jesse Brocket, Isaac 
Stiles, Eleazer Warner, Merrit Barnes. 

Orange — James Reynolds, Josiah M. Colburn, Wil- 
liam A. Bronson, Jacob Ward, Zeri Allen, Levi Al- 
len. 

Oxford — Levi Candee, Noah Stone, Samuel Wier, 
Hiram Osborn, Calvin Leavenworth, Chauncey M. 
Hatch, Lewis M. Hoadley, Samuel Wooster, Abijah 
Hyde, Philo Wooster. 

Prospect — Samuel Williams, Jr., William Mix, 
Thomas Wilmot, Benj. Piatt, Aaron Austin, Lauren 
Preston . 

Southbury — William Hinman, John Pierce, Ebene- 
zer Johnson, David Bradley, Edward Hinman, Henry 
Downs, Daniel Hinman, John Peck, Jedediah Hall, 
Erastus Pierce. 

Wallingford — John D. Reynolds, Ira Tuttle, Jared 
K. Ford, Bealias K. Hall, Malachi Cook, William 
3 



34 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Marsh, Elisha M. Pomeroy, Randall Cook, Charles D. 
Yale, Augustus Hall 2nd., Nathl. Cook. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, Alva Hoadley, Leonard 
Pritchard, Humphrey Nichols, George Warner, Levi 
Wooster, William H. Tomlinson, Josiah Culver, H'en- 
ry Hull, John D. Mears, Eiihu Hitchcock, Elijah F. 
"'Merrill, Moses Hall. 

Wolcott— Archibald Miner, Orrin Plumb, Noah H. 
Byington, Moses Pond. 

Woodbridge — Mark Sperry, Henry Hickox, Win. 
Clark, Joseph W. Davis, Belville P. Smith, Lyman 
Manville, John Northrop. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Ralph I. Ingersoll,Esq., State Attorney. 

New Haven — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberlv. 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. W. Board- 
man, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry White, Silas Mix, 
Wm. B. Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stod- 
dard, Charles Robinson, Henry T. Huggins, Wm. P. 
N. Fitzgerald, Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennett, 
Charles T. Shelton, E. K. Foster. 

Cheshire — Burrage Beach. 

Derby— Alfred Black man, Ira L. Ufford. 

Guilford— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford— David B. Ingersoll, Jonah W. Fowler. 

North Haven — Francis B. Johnson, Wm. Dyer. 

Southbury — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury — Joel Hinman, Bennet Bronson, N. J. 
Buel. 

Samuel Cook, Esq., New Haven, Sheriff. 
Deputy Sheriffs— Peleg H. Cone, Anson T. Colt, 
New Haven ; Stephen Seymour, Meriden ; Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Oxford; Clark Canfleld, Derby ; Leander 
Parmelee, Wailingford; Orrin Hotchkiss, Waterbury; 
Samuel Cook, Cheshire ; Reuben Stone, Guilford. 
Stanton Pendleton, Jailer. 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Samuel A. Peters, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Associate Judges, Joel Loomis, Enoch C. Chapman. 

John De Witt. Clerk, and Clerk of Superior Court. 

Joseph Williams, Esq., Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

New London — Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, Wm. 
F. Brainard, John P. Trott. Anson Smith, Thomas S. 
Perkins, Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr., Sabin K. Smith, 
Henry Douglass, Benjamin Gardner, Jr., Elijah Ames, 
Daniel B, Hempstead, Caleb J. Allen, Sidney Miner, 
John French, John Danforth, Nathan Beckwith, Chas. 
Chapman, Lewis Allen, Jesse G. Miner, John Cong- 
don, Jacob H. Bart. 

Norwich — James Lanmon, Joseph Williams, John 
Hyde, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, Asa Roath, 
Lewis Hyde, Erastus Coit, John H. Townsend, Jesse 
Fuller, Asa Child, Epaphras Porter, Joshua Maples, 
Jr., Enoch C. Chapman, John DeWitt, Abiel B. Sher- 
man, Joseph O. Hopkins, John B. Perry, John T. 
Wait, James Roath, Charles Eagles, Henry Hazen, 
Wm. Clegg. 

Bozrah — Ezra Lathrop, David A. Fox, William L. 
Crocker, John W. Haughton, Henry L. Cheesebrough. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbuli, Samuel A. Peters, 
Artemas Worth ington. Joshua B. Rogers, Asahel Skin- 
ner, Robbins Tracy, Giles Shattuck, H. J. Strong, 
George Way, Joseph B.uell, Enoch B. Bulkley, John 
M. Trumbull, Marvin W. Hutchins, Frederick Mor- 
gan. 

Franklin — Comfort D. Fillmore, Joseph Kingsley, 
Gilbert Lamb, Burrel Woodworth, Charles C. Olm- 
stead, Rowland Sianton, Willard G. Pember. 

Griswold — Welcome B. Browning, Elisha Partridge, 
Nathan Stanton, John W. Fanning, Samuel Button, 



36 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Esquire C. Cook, Archibald Fry, Robert Herrick, 
Hezekiah Prentice, Joseph Wilbur. 

Groton — Roswell Fish, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Dur- 
fey, Stephen Haley, Sanford Stark, William H. Starr, 
Amos Clift, Moses J. Culver, Caleb M. Williams, 
Benjamin Burrows. 

Ledyard — James Allyn, Guy C. Stoddard, Peter A. 
Gallup, Christopher Newton, Prentice P. Smith, Wm. 
M. Williams, Henry vv. Avery, Daniel Lamb, John 
Brewster, William Williams, James Geer, Nathan 
Brewster. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams, Asahel Dewey, 
Thomas Babcock, Elisha Waterman, Thomas J! Kings- 
ley, Henry H. Abel, Palmer Stanton, Charles E. West, 
William Browning, George Ayer, Caleb Hayward. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Russel Rose, James Stet- 
son, Lester Hyde, Barstow Bromley, Thomas A. 
Clark, Henry Latbrop, Avander Fuller, Vine Smith, 
Roswell Downing, Charles Dunham, William Sisson. 

Lyme— Joel Loomis. Joshua R. Warren, Joseph 
Strickland, William Marvin, John L. Smith, Peter 
Comstock, Sylvester Champion, Stephen L. Peck, Na- 
than Tiffany, Lodowick Bill, Thomas W. Swan, 
Richard Huntley, Daniel Stewart, R. R. Strickland. 
Elisha Caulkins, Reuben Lord, Samuel C. Selden, Eli, 
P. Wells, Erastus Stark, Charles L. Peck, Matthew 
Bacon. 

Montville — Hazard Browning, Giles Turner, Nich- 
olas Bishop, Thomas W. Strickland, Jared Turner, 
Nathaniel B. Bradford, Joseph L. Chapman, Calvin 
Bolles, William Buck, Francis B. Lee, John Manwar- 
ing, Robert Comstock, Nathaniel Parish, Joshua E. 
Woodworth. 

North Stonington — Latham Hull, Philip Gray, Elias 
Hewitt, Ezra Hewitt, Thomas H. Hewitt, Russel 
Bently, Isaac P. Parks, Charles H. Babcock, Samuel 
Browning, Oliver Hewitt, Latham H. Browning, 
Thomas P. Wattles, Ephraim Wheeler, Matthew 
Brown; Amos C. Main, Stanton Hewitt, Jr., Andrew 



DEPARTMENTS. fl7 

Chapman, Beriah Lewis, John D. Gallup, Leland D. 
Miner, Ansel Coats. 

Preston — Jonas Ayer, Asa A. Gore, Henry Her- 
skell, John B. Clark, William Pendleton, Stephen Ty- 
ler, Isaac Williams, 2d, Allen Chapman, John Stark- 
weather, Warren Andrews, Charles B. Ayer, Asher 
P. Brown. 

Salem — David Patten, Seth Lathrop, Christopher 
A. Minard, Shubael Park, Mark Dodge, James Lamb, 
Pomeroy Hall, George W. Fox, Matthias W. Baker, 
Josiah Raymond. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Asa 
Fish, Benjamin Pomeroy, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr., John Davis, Stephen Babcock. Henry Har- 
ding, Samuel Wheeler, David Kellogg, Sam'l Cheese- 
brough, Thomas Hinckley, Charles P. Williams, 
Clark Davis, Elias Cheesebrough, Thomas P. Palmer, 
Isaac Champlin, Oliver Burdick, Abel Hinckley, Dan- 
iel Bentley, Gilbert Collins, John D. Noyes, Charles 
Bennett. 

Waterford — John Dwyer, Philip Morgan, Benja- 
min Brown, James Read, JohnCaverly, Thomas Man- 
warring, Elisha Beckwith, Daniel Deshon. 
Practising Attorneys. 
Jirah Isham, Esq., State Attorney. 

New London — Lyman Law, Wm. P. Cleaveland, 
Coddington killings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, 
"William F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, William 
P. Cleaveland, Jr. 

Norwich — Calvin Goddard, James Lanman, John 
Hyde, Joseph Williams, James Stedman, George Hill, 
Roswell Morgan, Henry Strong, Asa Child, John A. 
Rockwell, George B. Ripley, Wm. H. Law, Lafayette 
S. Foster, George Perkins, L. H. Goddard, J. T. Wait. 

Colchester — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters. 

Griswold — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon — William T. Williams. 

Lyme — Charles J. M'Curdy. 

Stonington — George Hubbard, Benjamin Pomeroy, 
Charles Sabin, 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Alexander Stewart, Esq., Griswold, Sheriff, 
Deputy Sheriffs— Jacob W. Hart, New London; John 
T. Molt, Norwich City; Stephen Tracy, Norwich, 
(Jacksonville ;) Roswell Allyn, Ledyafd ; Sanford 
Williams, Stonington, (Head of Mistick;) Benj. F. 
States, Stonington Borough; Erastus Stark, Lyme: 
Daniel Bulkeley, Colchester. 

Jailers — Camplin Lester, New London ; Daniel 
Briggs, Norwich. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



County Court. 
Cyrus H. Beardsley,Esq., Chief Judge. 
Associate Judges, Jacob Beers, Abram Clock. 
Jeremiah Sturges, Esq., Treasurer. 
Thomas B. Osborne, Esq., Clerk, and Clerk of the Su- 
perior Court. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Fairfield — Jeremiah Sturges, Hull Bradley, Thom- 
as B. Osborne. John S. Wilson, David Coley, Jesup 
Banks, John G. Allen, Thomas Robinson, Jesup Al- 
vord, Moses Buckley, Thomas Ransom, Lyman Banks, 
Jr., Sturges Morehouse, Eliphalet Lyon, Daniel Wake- 
man, Roger M. Sherman. 

Danbury — Oliver Shepard, Reuben Booth, Edward 
Taylor, Thomas T. Whittlesey, Zadock Stevens, 
Francis C. Taylor, John L. Andrews, Silas H.Hick- 
ock, Frederick Seeley, Ammon Taylor, Eliad Barnum, 
Ira Lindsley, Matthew L. Barber, James Stevens, 
John Rider, James Beebe, James W. Nichols, Timo- 
thy Hollister, George Andrews, George Clapp, Edward 
Taylor. 

Bridgeport — Isaac Sherman, Alanson Hamlin, Mark 
Moore, Fitch Wheeler, Philip A. Cannon, Willis Still- 
man, Josiah Hubbell, Matthew Curtis, Jos. B. French, 
William B. Dyer, William H. Nobles, Daniel Hatch, 
Jr., Joseph Brooks, Henry Dutton, Abijah Beardsley, 
Joseph Wood, Ira Sherman. 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith, John Hawley, Zar Starr, 
Jr., Joel C. Sherman, David A. Foster, David Burr, 
David W. Northrop. 

Darien — Jonathan Bates, Holly Bell, Abram Clock, 
Jesse W hi ling, Joseph Mather, Jr. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close, Selh Lyon, Bartow F. 
White, Conklin liusted, Ephraim Golden, Frederick 
Lockwood, Peter Ferris, Drake Mead, James Field, 
Benoni Peck. 

Huntington — Lemuel Beardsley, Ebenezer Wakely, 
Truman Blackmail, Hanson S. Edwards, Thaddeus 
Beardsley, Jr., William M. Hubbel, David Shelton, 
Lucius Gilbert, Edwin Shelton. 

Monroe — Charles Curtis, Samuel W r heeler, Cyrus 
H. Beardsley, Agur Lewis, Levi Edwards, James W. 
Hawley, Asa Hayes, Ezra Beardsley, George P. Cur- 
tis. 

New Canaan — Samuel Raymond, Watts Comstock, 
Thomas S. Husted, Hanford Carter, John Raymond. 

New Fairfield — Jesse Scudder, Levi Stevens, Sam- 
uel T. Barnum, Alva S. Pierce, Jabez Treadwell, Jr. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, Jacob Beers, Da- 
vid H. Belden, Samuel B. Peck, Samuel Fairchild, Ez- 
ra Morgan, Charles C. Warner, Lamson Birch, Tur- 
ney Peck, Glover Hawley, Thomas Blackman, Am- 
brose Shepard, Vilroy Glover. 

Norwalk — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thaddeus 
Betts, Timothy T. Merwin, 'Noah Wilcox, Stephen 
Smith, William J. Street, William St. John, John A. 
Weed, Lewis Gregory, Jonathan Camp, Jr., Thomas 
B. Butler, Lewis Raymond, 3d, Stephen T. Brewer, 
Joseph P. Hanford. 

Reading — Aaron San ford, Jr., Gershom Sherwood, 
Thomas B. Fanton, Jonathan R. Sanford, Jared Olm- 
stead, Joseph Darling, Simeon M. Meeker, Thaddeus 
B. Read, Cortez Merchant, Hull Goodyear, James 
Sanford, Jr. 

Ridgefield — Thaddeus Keeler, 2d, Gamaliel M. Bene- 
dict, Thomas St. John, William Sherwood, Samuel S. 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

St. John, Charles Nash, Joseph Field, William Smith, I 
2d, Stephen Olmsted, Nathan Smith. 

Stamford — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, 
Charles Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Sib- 
ley, Seymour Jarvis, Joshua B. Ferris, Nathaniel D. 
Haight, Stephen B. Provost, John Dean, Sands Adams, 
William H. Holley. 

Stratford — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Stephen 
Booth, Josiah Gorham, Job Peck, John Goulding, 
Oliver Beardsley, David P. Judson, Nathaniel L. 
Wheeler. 

Sherman — Eli Beardsley, Levi Northrop, Abraham 
Briggs, Philo S. Woodin, Levi Beach, David North- 
rop, David P. Hawes. 

f Trumbull — Elijah Middlebrook, David Beach, Dan- 
iel Wakelee, David Hawley, Eli Brinsmade, Elam 
Hawley, Samuel Edwards, George Dyer, Burr Wat- 
kins, Francis Beach, Elihu Beach. 

Weston — Oliver C. San ford, Simeon Fanton, Walker 
Sherwood, Isaac Bennett, Eli Adams, David Patchin, 
Edward Hill, Walker Lyon. 

Wilton — Erastus Sturges, George Mead, Isaac M. 
Sturges, Samuel Scott, Charles Marvin, George A. 
Davenport, Isaac M. Sturges, 2d. 

Westport — Thomas F. Rowland, James C. Loomis, 
Eliphalet Swift, John Gray, 2d, David M. Marwin, 
Ebenezer B. Sherwood, Abram Sherwood, Alfred 
Taylor. 

Practising Attorneys. 
David H. Belden, Newtown, State Attorney. 

Fairfield — Roger M. Sherman, Thomas B. Osborne, 
Thomas Robinson. 

Bridgeport — Alanson Hamlin, Joseph Wood, Fitch 
Wheeler, Mark Moore, Henry Dutton, William H« 
Noble. 

Brookfield — Bryant Smith. 

Danbury— Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. 
Hickok. 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

Monroe — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 

Newtown — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden. 

Norwalk — Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T. Merwin. 

Stamford— Simeon H. Miner, Chas.'Hawley, Joshua 
B. Ferris. 

Westport — E. Swift, J. C. Loomis. 
Samuel Beardslee, Esq., of Trumbull, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— George Peck, Fairfield; William 
H. Banks, Danbury ; Burr Watkins, Bridgeport ; Dan- 
iel Burr, Westport; Jonathan Camp, Jr., Norwalk; 
DaVis Lockwood, Stamford ; Eleazer Dibble, New- 
town ; Barney Bartram, Redding ; David Lewis, Hunt- 
ington; Horace Fanton, Weston. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



County Court. 

Edwards Clark, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Chester Lyon, George Sharpe, Esq's. 

Clerk, and Clerk of Sup. Court. 

Vine Robinson, Esq.. Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Brooklyn — Adams White, Jonathan A.Welch, Bela 
P. Spaulding, Denison Cady, Benjamin E. Palmer, 
Joseph Tyler, Charles Sabin, James Brown, John Day, 
Uriel Fuller, Wm. Hutchins, Edward Spalding. 

Ashford — Levi Work, Thomas Dow, Amasa Lyon, 
Michael Richmond, Edward S. Keyes, Elisha Byles, 
Ebenezer Chaffee, James B. Palmer, Isaac Kendall, 
Lorenzo Bolles, Thomas Warren, Jared-D. Richmond, 
Calvin Whitney, Benjamin C. Simmons, Henry Work. 

Canterbury — Andrew T. Judson, Peter Morse, Wal- 
ter Williams, Chester Lyon, Daniel Packer, John 
Francis, James Carey, Ebenezer Sanger, Isaac Backus, 
Charles Adams, William Levalley, Ethan Chaffee, 
Peter Spicer, John Kendall, Isaac Clark. 

Chaplin — Origen Bennett, Luther Ripley, William 



42 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Martin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, James Hunting- 
ton, Joseph Foster, Erastus Canada. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleaveland,Ebenezer Grif- 
fin, Philip Pearl, Jesse Burnham, Jonathan Clark, 
Royal Copeland, Mason Cleaveland, Charles C. But- 
ton, David Fox, Festus Burnham, Harvey Clark, 
Ephraim Spicer, Joseph Prentiss. 

Killingly — David Chase, Thomas Durfee, William 
Alexander, George Warren, Joseph Adams, Isaac T. 
Uutchens, William Grosvenor, Jeremiah Law, Eben- 
ezer Kelley, George Pray, Lowell Graves, Thomas 
Backus, Alexander M. Wilson, Harris Arnold, David 
Fisher, Artemas Warren, Richard Bartlett/Jeremiah 
Field. 

Plainfield — Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions 
Lester, Erastus Lester, Francis B. Johnson, Daniel 
Hill, Amos Witter, Benjamin Bacon, John Thurston, 
Wm. Dyer, Joseph Hutchens, Henry Angell. 

Pomfret — George Sharpe, Thomas M. Grosvenor, 
Job Williams, William James, Eliakim W. Sessions, 
John Williams, Robert D. Sharpe, George Cady, 
Henry Eldridge, Charles Chandler, Samuel Dresser, 
Wxn. H, Sabin, Orrin Sumner, George Randall, Jr. 

Sterling — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, John Gallup, 
Jereremiah S. Fuller, Henry C.Call, Nathaniel Gallup, 
George Tillinghast, Archibald Dougiass, Wm. Arnold, 
Silas Matthewson, Wheaton Wood. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis, Jonathan 
Nichols, Stephen Holmes, Talcott Crosby, John Bates, 
Jesse Ormsbury, James Johnson, John Tourtelott, Ed- 
ward Joslin, Edward Lippett, Harvey Lampson, Frank- 
lin Nichols. 

Voluntown — Daniel Keigwin, Gershom Palmer, 
Harvey Campbell, John C. Smith, John E. Lindsley, 
Benjamin Gallup, 2d, Benjamin Gallup, Jr. 

Windham — John Baldwin, Edwards Clark, Thomas 
Gray, Stowell Lincon, Benjamin Webb, David S. Ful- 
ler, John Palmer, Alfred Howes. Jairus Littlefield, A. 
A. Walker, Levi Johnson, Zephania Palmer, Roswell 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

Moulton, Calvin Hebard, Ebenezer Bass, Oliver Kings- 
ley, Lloyd E. Baldwin, Chandler Smith. 

Woodstock — Ebenezer Stoddard, John Paine, John 
F. Williams, Wheeler Philips, Ezra Child, Luther 
Rawson, James Lanson, Spaulding Barstow, Henry 
Wells, Eleazer Litchfield, 2d, Peleg C. Child, Oliver 
Saunders, George Bowen, Perley Fox, George John- 
son. 

Practising Attorneys. 
C. F. Cleaveland, Esq., State Attorney. 

Brooklyn — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, 
Uriel Fuller. 

Ashford — J. D. Richmond. 

Chaplin — Luther Ripley. 

Hampton — Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Joseph Pren- 
tis. 

Killingly— Ebenezer Young, Thomas Backus. 

Plainneid — Francis B. Johnson, William Dyer. 

Poinfret — John Holbrook. 

Thompson — George Larned, Simon Davis. 

Windham — John Baldwin, T. E. Graves, George S. 
Catlin, Edwards Clark, Thomas Gray, C Hebbard. 

Woodstock — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, 
John F. Williams. 

Hezekiah Olney, Thompson, Sheriff. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Samuel Webb, Brooklyn; FT. 
Webb, Windham; E. S. Moseley, Hampton; James 
Warren, Killingly; John Thurston, Plainfield; Jos. 
Dorsett, Ashford. 

Pascal P. Tyler, Brooklyn, Jailer. 



LITCHFIED COUNTY. 



County Court. 
William M. Burrall, Esq., Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Morris Woodruff, Hugh P. Welch, Esqs. 
Origen S. Seymour, Esq., Clerk of County and Su- 
perior Courts. 
George C. Woodruff, Assistant do. 
Abel Catlin, Esq., Treasurer. 



44 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Justices of the Peace. 

Litchfield — Pbineas Miner, Asa Bacon, Morris 
Woodruff, Seth P. Beers, Enos Stoddard, Hugh P. 
Welch, Truman Smith, Origen S. Seymour, Asa 
Hopkins, George C. Woodruff, Truman Kilbourn, 
Joseph Birge, Jr., Elisha S. Abernethy, Samuel P. 
Bolles, Dan Catlin, Alanson J. Pickett, Abner Landon, 
Enoch J. Woodruff, Edward Pierpont. 

Barkhamstead — Amos Beecher, Lester Loomis, An- 
son Wheeler, George Merrils, Hiram Goodwin, Flavel 
B. Graham, Peleg Shepard, Hira Case, Bela Squire. 

Bethlehem — Joseph H. Bellamy, Nathan Hawley, 
Leveret Judd, Minot Smith. 

Canaan — William M. Burrall, James Fenn, Leman 
Church, Moses Benedict, William P. Burrall, John 
Elmore, Jr., Simeon Higley, Josiah Arnold, Nathaniel 
Stevens, William S. Marsh. 

Colebrook — Samuel Whitford, Theron Rockwell, 
Samuel Simons, Jr., Daniel D'Wolf. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Philo 
jKellogg, James Wadsworth, Benjamin Sedgwick, An- 
son Rogers, Frederick Kellogg. 

Goshen — Truman Starr, Birdsey Baldwin, Collins 
Baldwin, Frederick Roberts, Mineas Ives, Nelson 
Brewster, Samuel W. Gold, Ethan Walter, Jr. 

Harwinton — Benajah Hayden, Andrew Abernethy, 
Truman Kellogg, David Catlin, Jacob O. Catlin, Mar- 
tin Cook, Henry Holt, Abijah Catlin, Oliver Dodge. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Birdsey Beardsley, Al- 
pheus Fuller, Hubbell Miller, Rufus Fuller, Jr., Nathan 
Terrell Samuel H. Chamberlain, John Mills, Hiram 
Converse, Henderson Benedict', Frederick J. Fenn. 

New Hartford — Tertius Wadsworth, Royal J. Wat- 
son, Benjamin Beckwith, Hermon Chapin, Joseph 
Welles, Garrison F. Baker, Roger Mills, Wait Garritt, 
Salmon Merrill, Thomas Dyer, Zechariah Spencer. 

New Milford— Perry Smith, Joel Sanford, Stephen 
Crane, Albert N. Gaylord, David C. Sanford, Nathan- 
iel Perry, John Wooster, Truman Richmond, Orange 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 

Warner, Joel W. Northrop, Sheldon Buckingham, 
Sherman Peck, Elizur Warner, Samuel D. Orton, 
Lewis B. Sherwood. 

Norfolk — Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushnell 
Knapp. Amos Pettibone, Daniel Hotchkiss, John Dew- 
ell, Aaron Tibbals, Benjamin Bigelow. 

Plymouth— Calvin Butler, Eli Potter, Elijah Warner, 
Samuel Garnsey, Chester J. Carrington. 

Roxbury — Stephen Sanford, William Pierce, James 
Trowbridge, Harman B. Eastman. 

Salisbury — Martin Strong, Eliphalet Whittlesey, 
Samuel Church, John G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, 
Abijah C. Peet, Thomas Stiles, William P. Russell, 
Nathaniel Benedict, Albert Moore, Roger Averill, 
Samuel C. Scovill, Newman Hawley. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Samuel E.Everett, Israel 
Camp, Zacheus W. Bissell, Charles F. Sedgwick, 
Richard Smith, Ransom Smith, John W. McRoy. 

Torrington — William Battell, Erastus Hodges, Rus- 
sell C. Abernethy, Demas Coe, Horace Gillett, Erastus 
Bancroft, Roderic Bissell. 

Warren — Sherman Hartwell, George Starr, Dan 
Carter, George P. Talmadge, Russell Carter. 

Washington — Alvin Brown, Benoni P. Beardsley, 
Matthew Logan, Hawley Morehouse, William Moody, 
Johnson C. Hatch, John Bassett, Silas A. Newton, Dan- 
iel B. Brinsmade, Frederick Chittenden. 

Waiertown — Holbrook Curtiss, James Skiiton, Na- 
thaniel Woodruff, Cyrus B. Manvill, Asa Woodward, 
David Wheeler, John Deforest, Meritt Hemingway, 
Samuel B. Scovill. 

Winchester — James Beebe, Luman Wakefield, Isaac 
Bronson, William S. Hollabird, Chester Soper, Alva 
Nash, Theodore Hinsdale, Wheelock Thayer, Stephen 
Rowley, Samuel W. Coe, Silas H. M'Alpin, Lyman 
Case. 

Woodbury — Charles B. Phelps, Matthew Miner, 
Treat Camp, Gideon B. Botsford, Thomas Bull, Dan- 
iel Martin, Elmore Judson, Harvey Morris, William 
Deforest. 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Practising Attorneys. 
Leman Church, Esq., Slate Attorney. 

Litchfield — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, S. P. Beers, 
Truman Smith, George C. Woodruff, Origen S. Sey- 
mour, E. W. Andrews, Elisha S. Abernethy. 

Barkhamstead — Hiram Goodwin. 

Bethlehem — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

Canaan — Leman Church, John Elmore, Jr., William 
P. Burrall. 

Cornwall — George Wheaton. 

Goshen — Birdsey Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 

Harwinton — Abijah Catlin. 

Kent — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Ir. 

New Hartford— Roger Mills, Roger H. Mills. 

New Mil ford — David S. Boardman, Perry Smith, 
David C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, Saml. D. Orton. 

Norfolk— Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth — Calvin Butler. 

Salisbury— Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchel, 
John H. Hubbard, Roger Averill, Churchill Coifing. 

Sharon — Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich- 
ard Smith. 

Washington — Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester — William S. Hollabird, Gideon Hall, Jr., 
Elijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury — Matthew Miner, Jr., Charles B. Phelps. 
Charles A. Judson, Sheriff, Washington. 
William Odel, Litchfield, Jailer. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



County Court. 

John Stewart, Esq., Chief Judge. 

Asso. Judges, Charles Arnold, Stephen Cone, Esq'rs. 

John Fisk, Esq., Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk 

of Superior Court. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Justices of the Peace. 

Middletown — Josiah Sage, Elisha Treat, Daniel J. 
Griswold, Alexander Sage, Stillman K. Wightman, 
William Plumb, 2d, Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, 
John L. Smith, Charles Brewer, William D. Starr, 
Charles Woodward, John Wyse. Samuel W. Gris- 
wold, Eli Wilcox, Enoch Tryon, Oliver Atkins, Sam- 
uel Miner, Jeremiah Hubbard, Noah A. Phelps, Wm. 
J. French, Ezra Coe, Amos Miller. 

Chatham— Samuel Hall, Guy Cooper, Philip Sage, 
Abel Lewis, Selden Cook, N. Brooks, Nathaniel C. 
Smith, Elijah Clark, Dan B. Niles, Moses West, 
Ralph Goodrich, Cyrus Hurd, Francis Young, Levi 
Bunce, Edward Pen field. 

Chester — Joshua L'Hommedieu, Socrates Denison, 
Samuel P. Russell, Charles Daniels, Joseph C. Fargo. 

Durham — Worthington G. Chauncey, Samuel Tib- 
bals, Asahel Strong, Asher Robinson ; Lucius Foot, 
Erastus Jones, Ebenezer Cook. 

Haddam — Samuel Arnold, Charles Arnold, Lyman 
E. Burr, Warren Tyler, Diodate Brainard, Ansel 
Spencer, Benjamin H. Catlin, Samuel Arnold, 2nd, 
Ezekiel S. Clark, Coleman Clark, Sylvester Scovill. 

East-Haddam — OliverGreen, Thomas C. Boardman, 
Stephen Cone, Eliphalet A. Bulkley, John C. Palmer, 
Jabez Swan, William Marsh, Jedediah R. Gardner, 
Joseph Paddock, Nathan Jewett, Jr., Robert D. Cone, 
Roswell Davidson, Calvin C. Mack, John Holmes, 
Manly Beebe, Ethan A. Willey, Datus Williams, 
Brainard Palmer. 

Killingworth— Austin Olcott, Benjamin Hurd, Geo. 
Carter, Jeremiah Hull, Elisha Kersey, Leonard Davis, 
David Dibble, David P. Kelsey, David Wright, Nathan 
Griswold, Ely A. Elliot, Luther Hull, Nathan Belcher. 

Saybrook — George Pratt, Jedediah Post, John Bush- 
nell,"2nd, George Reed, Ezra S. Mather, William Bull, 
Richard P. Williams, Wm. R. Clark, Stephen W. 
Starkey, Oliver Norris, Jesse Platts, Joseph H. Mather, 
Enoch L'Hommedieu, John Denison, Guidon Smith, 
Baruch M. Beckwith, Oramel B. Wright, 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Practising Attorneys. 
Stillman K. Wightman, Esq., State Attorney. 

Middletown — Jonathan Barnes, "William L. Storrs, 
Stillman K. Wightman, Charles C. Tyler, Samuel W. 
Griswold, N. A. Phelps. 

Haddam— Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 

East-Haddam— Nathan L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Bulk- 
ley, John C. Palmer. 

Saybrook — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 

Killingworth — Nathan Belcher. 

Chester — Eli Warner. 

Linus Coe, Esq., Middletown, Sheriff/ 
Deputy Sheriffs — Ezekiel S. Clark, Haddam ; Eben- 

ezer Smith, Chatham; Charles Stevens, Killingworth; 

Aaron T. Nile?, East-Haddam ; William H. Lynde, 

Saybrook ; Curtis Bacon, Middletown. 
Jailers Ward, Middletown: Ezekiel S. 

Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

County Court. 
John Fitch, Esq., Chief Judge. 
Asso. Judges, Benjamin Pinney, Zelotes Long, Esq'rs. 
Jeremiah Parrish. Esq., Cerk, and Clerk of Supe- 
rior Court. 
Joseph Howard, Esq., Treasurer. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Jeremiah Parish, Elisha 
Stearns, Lorin P. Waldo, Ezra Chapman, Oliver Lord, 
Salmon Cross, Novatus Chapman. 

Bolton — Jabez L. White, Jr., Ebenezer Strong, Ches- 
ter Daggett, Royal S. White, Win. Keeney, Ahab 
Smith. 

Columbia — Gershom Dorrance, Samuel Little, Am- 
herst Scovill, Asahel Clark, Daniel Holbrook, Alpheus 
Kingsley, Jr., Nathaniel White. 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

Coventry — Zelotes Long, Calvin Manning, Joseph 
Dow, Don F. Brigham, Alonzo W. Birge, Uriah Brig- 
ham, Isaac Keeney, Edward G. Huntington, Otis 
Sweet. 

Ellington — Robert Hyde, Benjamin Pinney, Oliver 
W. Steele, Elisha Frink, John M'Kinstry, Asahel 
Johnson. 

Hebron — John Graves, Ralph Gilbert, Geo. Strong, 
Ransford Button, Cyrus Mann, Orrin C. White, Henry 
Jones, William Brown, Harvey Dunham, John 
Sprague. 

Mansfield — Zalmon Storrs, John Fitch, Seth Dun- 
ham, Joseph Conant, Thomas Clark, Cordial S. Hovey, 
Jr., John Martin, Edmund Freeman, Eliphalet Martin, 
Wm. A. Fisk, Needham Slate, Dexter M. Leonard, 
Frederick F. Hanks. 

Somers — John Philips, Oliver Chapin,2nd* Alpheus 
Billings, Asa Fuller, Amariah Kibbee, Jr., Jonathan 
Clark, Orson Wood. 

Stafford — Rodolphus Woodworth, Amos Harvey, 
Zina Winter, Elijah Johnson, Alvan Hyde, Anson 
Spelman, Solva Converse, Daniel Rockwell, Wm. 
Gladding, Jr. 

Union — John Crawford, Samuel Crawford, Moses 
C. Sessions, Elbridge Cass. 

Vernon — Oliver H. King, Sanford Grant, Samuel S. 
Talcott, Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Thad- 
deus C. Bruce, Warren Smith. 

Willington — Daniel Glazier, Orrin Holt, Origen 
Dimick, Ariel Eldridge, Robert Sharp, Rufus Rider, 
Walter Newcomb. 

Practising Attorneys. 
Rodolphus Wood worth, Esq., State Attorney. 

Tolland — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Loren P. 
Waldo, Jeremiah Parish. 

Bolton — Saul Alvord. 

Columbia — Asahel Clark. <# 

Ellington— John H. Brock way. 

Hebron — Ralph Gilbert. 
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50 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Mansfield— John Fitch. 

Somers— Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 
Stafford — Rodolphus Woodworth, Stewart Beebe. 
Carlos Chapman, Esq., Tolland, Sheriff. 
Joseph Burnham, Jr., Jailer. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Districts. 
Hartford 
Berlin 
Bristol 
Burlington 
East- Windsor 
Enfield 
Farmington 
Granby 
Hartland 
Simsbury 
South in gton 
Suffield 
New- Haven 
Cheshire 
Guilford 
Madison 
Meriden 
Milford 

Barkhampstead 
Wallingford 
Waterbury 
New-London 
Norwich 
Colchester 
Lebanon 
Ledyard 
Lyme 

North-Stonington 
Stonington 



Clerks. 
Henry Seymour. 



Judges. 
T. H. Seymour, 
Ira E. Smith, 
George Mitchell, Charles G. Ives. 
Wm. Marks, 
Chaun. Belknap, 
Henry Kingsbury, Gilbert Allen. 
Wm. A. Ives, H. M. Welsh. 
Joel C. Holcomb, J. R. Jewitt. 
Austin Ensign, 
J. O. Pettibone, 
Timothy Jones, 
Luther Loomis, 
C. A. Ingersoll, 
Wm. L. Foote, 
Reuben Elliott, 
Reynold Webb, 
James S. Brooks 
William Strong, 
A. Beecher, Jr., 
John D. Reynolds, 



Benjamin Ely. 
John Kirby. 



Benajah Beadles. 
George Griswold. 
John R. Wilcox. 
Ira N. Yale. 
D. L. Baldwin. 
R. L. Beecher. 



Joel Hinman, Charles Scott. 

John P. Trott, Jirah Isham. 

Asa Roath, J. Holbrook. 

Benj. Trumbull, O. Worthington. 

Julius Clark, A. G. Bailey. 
Christop. Newton, 

Lodowick Bill, J. R. Warren. 

Elias Hewett, Latham Hull, Jr. 

Stephen Haley, Nathan Daboll. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



51 



Districts. 
Voluntown 
Fairfield 
Dan bury 
Newtown 
Norwalk 
Stamford 
Stratford 
Westport 
Weston 
Brooklyn 
Ash ford 
Canterbury 
Hampton 
Killingly 
Plainneld 
Pomfret 
Thompson 
Windham 
W oodstock 
Litchfield 
Harwinton 
Kent 

New- Hartford 
New-Milford 
Norfolk 
Plymouth 
Sharon 
Washington 
Watertown 
Woodbury 
Middletown 
Chatham 
Haddam 
East-Haddam 
Killingworth 
Say brook 
Tolland 
Ellington 



Isaac Sherman. 
James C. Loomis. 



Judges. Clerks. 

Kinney Gallup, Archi. Kinney. 
Thos. Robinson, 
Silas H.Hickock, 
Thos. Blackman, 
Win. St. John, 
Chas. Hawley, 
Saml. Stratton, 
T. F. Rowland, 
Eli Adams, 
BelaP.Spaulding,B. B. Spaulding. 
Isaac Kendall, 
C. Lyon, 

M. Cleaveland, James A. Hovey. 
George Warren, I. T. Hutchins. 
Joseph Eaton, J. Gordon. 
T. M. Grosvenor, Nelson W. Slade. 
Talcott Crosby, 

Joel W. White, Socrates Balcam. 
John F. Williams, Geo. Bowen. 
E. S. Abernethy, G. C. Woodruff. 
Benajah Hayden, Luther Hoadley. 
Wells Beardslee, 
T. Wadsworth, 

George Taylor, Noble Bennett. 
Michael F. Mills, M. G. Mills. 
Calvin Butler, Egbert T. Butler. 
Wm. M. Burrall, Wm. P. Burrall. 
Ithiel Hickox, George Sleet. 
M. Heminwa) r , C.S.Woodward. 
Chas. B. Phelps, Thomas Bull. 
S. K. Wightman, John Fisk. 
Philip Sage, Daniel Penfield. 

Simon Shailer, Linus Parmelee. 
John C. Palmer, T. C. Boardman. 
David Wright, Jeremiah Hull. 
Obadiah Spencer, H. W. Spencer. 
N. Chapman, 
Benj. Pinney, Hiram S. Belcher. 



52 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Districts. 
Hebron 
Mansfield 
Stafford 
Somers 
Salisbury- 
Bethel 



Judges. 
Cyrus Mann, 
John Martin, 
R. Wood worth, 
Orson Wood, 
Wm. M.Burrall, 
S. H.Hitchcock, 



Clerks. 
Simon House. 
F. F. Hanks. 
F. R. Wood worth. 
A. Kibbee, Jr. 
W. P. Burrall. 
Tbos. P. White. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Hartford — Henry Seymour, Isaac Perkins, «Nathan 
Johnson, Charles Shepherd, Wm. M. Durand. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

Wethersfield — Eben Goodale. 

Berlin — IraE. Smith. 

New Haven — Jonathan Stoddard, William A. Rey- 
nolds, Daniel Barnes, Henry S. Wadsworth, Charles 
A. Ingersoll, William Storer, Frederick Croswell. 

Guilford — George Landon. 

Derby — Alfred Blackman, Ira L. Ufford, 

Milford — William Durand, Jr. 

Madison — Reynold Webb. 

New London — Lyman Law, John Danforth, Wm. 
F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins. 

Norwich — George Hill, Lewis Hyde, Roswell Mor- 
gan, George Perkins, Enoch C. Chapman, John De 
Witt, Wm. L'Hommedieu, John H. Grace. 

Lebanon — John Wattles. 

Bozrah— David A. Fox, John W. Haughton. 

Franklin — Henry Hazen, Comfort D.Fillmore. 

Griswold — Nathan Stanton, John W. Fanning. 

Ledyard — Samuel W. Wood, Nathan Brewster. 

Lisbon — Joseph L. Lyon, Thomas A. Clarke. 

Preston— John T. Molt. 

Lyme — Lodowick Bill, Francis B. Loomis. 

Stonington— George Hubbard, Thomas Ash, Thom- 
as Edwards. 

Voluntown — William C. Stanton. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 53 

North Stonington — Latham Hull. 

D anbury — Nathaniel Wildman, Silas II. Ilickok, 
Oliver Stiepard. 

Bridgeport — Mark Moore, William B. Dyer, Daniel 
Sterling, William H. Noble. 

Darien — Abraham Clock. 

Greenwich — Samuel Close. 

New Canaan — Samuel Raymond. 

Norwalk — William K. James, George Taylor, Jona- 
than Camp, Jr., Samuel' G. Blackman, John Layden, 
Reuben A. Williams. 

Stamford— Simeon H. Miner, Wm. H. Holly, Na- 
thaniel D. Haight. 

Weston — Stephen Wheeler. 

Westport — James C. Loomis. 

Wilton — Samuel Belden. 

Brooklyn — Bela P. Spalding, Uriel Fuller. 

Ashford — Horace Gaylord. 

Chaplin — Walter Goodell. 

Plainfleld — Francis B. Johnson. 

Thompson — S. Davis. Thomas E. Graves. 

Woodstock— John F. Williams. 

Windham — John A. Perkins. 

Coventry — Alonzo W. Birge. 

Hampton — James A. Hovey. 

Litchfield — Seth P. Beers, Origen S. Seymour, 
George C. Woodruff. 

Canaan — William P. Burrall. 

Salisbury — Roger Averill. 

Canton — Henry Nash. 

Cornwall — Myron Harrison. 

Woodbury — John P. Marshal. 

JYIipDLETowN. — S. K. Wightman, Jonathan Barnes. 

Haddam — Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam — John C. Palmer, Nathan L. Foster. 

Saybrook — Stephen W. Starkey. 

Meriden — Benajah Andrews, Eli C. Birdseye. 

Tolland — Lorain P. Waldo, Jonathan R. Flynt. 

Hebron — Abner Hendee, Ralph Gilbert, Leonard 
Hendee. 



54 COMMISSIONERS. 

COMMISSIONERS 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate — May, 1837.] 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Zelotes Long, John Williams. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown. Abijah Merritt, Miles 

Beardsley. 

3. Centre. Oliver Lord, Charles Crawford? 

4. Chatham and Marlborough. David Cornwall, 

Philip H. Sellew. 

5. Cheshire. Charles H. Pond, Jared Bassett. 

6. Chester. Ambrose Webb, Joseph Shipman. 

7. Colchester and Chaiham. Linus Coe, Selden 

Cook. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. Lewis Hyde, Amos 

Fowler, Jr. 

9. Columbia. Oliver Kingsley, Jr., Alpheus Kings- 

ley, Jr. 

10. Connecticut. Simeon H. Miner, Jeremiah Sturges. 

11. Cornwall and Warren. None appointed. 

12. Cornwall and Washington. Matthew Logan, 

Frederick I. Fenn. 

13. Canaan and Litchfield. Luther Monson, Fitch 

Ferris. 

14. Connecticut and Rhode Island. Luther Warren, 

(of Ashford,) Luther Ripley. 

15. Danbury and Ridgeiield. Friend Starr, Oliver 

Shepard. 
1.6. Durham and East Guilford. John R. Wilcox, 
Asher Robinson. 

17. East Haddam and Colchester. Win. Palmer, Jr., 

Joshua B. Rogers. 

18. East Middle. Elijah Warner, Jr., Merit Hem- 

in way. 

19. Essex. Josiah Gladding, Edmund Bushnell. 



COMMISSIONERS. 55 

20. Farmington River. Abiram Chamberlain, Henry 

Seymour. 

21. Fairfield, Reading and Weston. Thaddeus B. 

Reed, Oliver C. Sanford. 

22. Fair Maven. Charles Stephens, Minot A. Osborn. 

23. Goshen and Sharon. John H. Collins, Eleazer 

Jenkins. 

24. Granby. Miles Goddard, Jonathan Church. 

25. Green Woods. Augustus P. Pease, James Hum- 

phrey. 

26. Groton and Stonington. Elias Hewitt, Albert 

Latham. 

27. Guilford and Durham. Richard Robinson, George 

Griswold. 

28. Hartford and New Haven. Luther Beckley, Peleg 

H. Cone. 

29. Hartford and New London. Henry Williams, 

Wm. Cooley. 

30. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and New London 

Counties. Erastus Hutchinson, Alonzo W. 
Birge. 

31. Hartford and Tolland. William Bigelow, Joseph 

Burnham. 

32. Hebron and Middle Haddam. Dan B. Niles, 

Ralph Gilbert. 

33. Humphre}^sville and Salem Bridge. Ezekiel Gil- 

bert, Orrin Hotchkiss. 

34. Housatonic. Lyman Hosmer, Silas Mitt. 

35. Huntington. Samuel Simons, Thaddeus Beards- 

lee, Jr. 

36. Killingworth. David Spencer, Henry Stannard. 

37. Litchfield and Cornwall. Stephen Deming, Ben- 

jamin Cornwall. 

38. Litchfield and Harwinton. Enos Stoddard, Jona- 

than Rossiter. 

39. Litchfield and New Milford. Selah Richmond, 

William Taylor. 

40. Middlesex. Jedediah Post, William I. French. 

41. Middletown and Berlin. Wells Adams, Charles 

Woodward. 



56 commissioners; 

42. Middletown and Durham. Richard Robinson, 

Asa Buddington. 

43. Middletown and Meriden. Daniel Burrows, Noah 

Pomeroy. 

44. Mohegan. John Congdon, Wm. P. Eaton. 

45. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley, Chas. 

Judson. 

46. Moosup. Amos Witter, Peter Spicer. 

47. New Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 

Stephen Crane. 

48. Norwich and Salem. Jacob W. Kinney, Elisha 

Waterman. 

49. New Haven and Derby. Samuel Wier, James 

Punderibrd. 

50. New Haven and Milford. Philip Curtiss, Charles 

S. A. Davis. 

51. New London and Lyme. John L. Smith, Philip 

Morgan. 

52. New London and Windham Counties. Benjamin 

Bacon, Thomas A. Clark. 

53. New Milford and Sherman. Lyman Hine, Levi 

Leach. 

54. New Preston. Anson Squires, Heman Cham- 

berlain. 

55. Northfield. Jacob Wanzer, Lampson Corey. 

56. Norwalk and Danbury. Joseph Taylor, Joseph 

Darling. * 

57. Norwalk and NewtoAvn. Jacob Beers, Oliver C 

San ford. 

58. Norwich and Woodstock. Stephen Fitch, George 

Johnson. 

59. Oxford. Samuel Wier, John Peck. 

60. Pettipaug and Guilford. Humphrey Williams, 

George Griswold. 

61. Pine's Bridge. Hiram Osborn, John Buckingham. 

62. Providence. Benj. E. Palmer, Wm. Alexander. 

63. Raymond Falls. Erastus Osborn, Chas. H. Pond. 

64. Salem and Hamburgh. Matthias W. Baker, John 

H. Starkey. 



COMMISSIONERS. 57 

65. Sharon and Cornwall. Zaceheus Bissell, William 

Hinman. 

66. Sympaug. Isaac Seeley, Jr., Silas Perkins. 

67. Shetucket. John T. Mott, Walter Rose. 

68. Stafford. Ezra Chapman, Randall Sisson. 

69. Still River. Elisha Smith, Orson W. Jop. 

70. Southington and Waterbury. James S. Brooks, 

Moses Hall. 

71. Sandy Brook. Lorin Percival, Harlow Filer. 

72. Straits. Erastus Osborn, Morris Woodruff. 

73. Sugar Hollow. David P. Stevens, Isaac M. Stur- 

ges. 

74. Talcott Mountain. Hezekiah Huntington, Jr., Ti- 

tus Wads worth. 

75. Thompson. Stephen Holmes, Franklin Nichols. 

76. Tolland Cuunty. Vacant. 

77. Torrington. Decius Humphrey, Wait Garritt. 

78. Tolland and Mansfield. Martin Lyman, Elisha 

Frink. 

79. Washington. John Newton, W 7 m. Deforest. 

80. Windham and Coventry. Isaac Keeney, John 

Kendall. 

81. Windham and Mansfield. Gilbert Lamb, John 

Albray. 

82. West Middle. Daniel Hinman, Daniel Martin. 

83. Windham and Brooklyn. Benjamin Webb, Edward 

Spalding. 

84. Waterbury River. Albert Bradley, Moses Hall. 

85. Wolcotviile. Horace Higley, Russell C. Aber- 

' nelhy. 

86. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Walker Sherwood. 

87. Well's Hollow. David Lewis, Franklin P. Ambler. 

88. Warren. Samuel Robbins, John C. Calhoun. 

89. Branch. Isaac Bennett, Moses Bird. 

90. Monroe and .Newtown. Lamson Birch, Henry 

Lum. 

91. Fairfield County. Jacob Beers, Amnion Taylor. 

92. Hadlyme. James Stranahan, John S. Ransom. 

93. Chester and North Killingworth. David Spencer, 

Luther Hull. 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

94. Black Rock and Weston. Jesse Wakeman, Abrarn. 

D. Baldwin. 

95. River Turnpike. Lyman Osborn, Silas Mitt. 

96. Sherman and Reading. Zera S. A. Peck, Wm. 

Sherwood. 

97. Hop River. Barker W. Brown, Ransford Button. 

98. North Killingw r orth and North Madison. Jeremiah 

Griswold, Daniel Hill. 

ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic Josiah Warren, James Reed. 

2. Hartford. Ozias Roberts, Joseph Pratt, Ebenezer 

Tinney. 

3. Mystic. Stephen Haley, Jesse D. Noyes. 

4. Tomlinson's. Orrin D. Squires, Daniel Brown. 

5. Bridgeport. Samuel Edwards, Noah Plumb. 

6. Washington. Charles H. Pond, Enoch Foote. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company. Lyman Os- 

born, Silas Mitt. 

8. Zoar. Samuel Wheeler, Henry Lum. 

9. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Anson Bray. 

10. Hawley's. Bryant Smith, John Jackson. 

11. New Milford, Hermon Buckingham, Wm. T. 

Hopson. 

12. Bull's Falls. Frederick J. Fenn, Lyman Stewart. 

13. Pratt's. Almon C. Russ, Lyman Stewart. 

14. Fuller's. Sherman Hartwell, Frederick J. Fenn. 

15. Union. Daniel Hinman, Reuben Blackman. 

16. Edmand's. Isaac Northrop, John Hawley. 

17. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Comfort D. 

Filmore, Thomas A. Clark. 

ON FERRIES. 

1. New London Ferry. Albert Latham, J. Hudson. 

2. Gale's. Nathaniel B. Bradford, Guy C. Stoddard. 

3. Chapman's. William R. Clark, George Clark. 

4. Warner's. Eli P. Wells, Ambrose Webb, 

5. Higganum. None appointed. 

6. East Haddam. Joshua L'Hommedieu, Geo. Clark. 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. Huntington Selden, 

Titus Whit more. 

8. Essex. Felix Starkey, Stephen W. Starkey. 

9. Rocky Hill. James Killam, Ebenezer Goodale. 

10. Pratt's. Thaddeus Wells, Samuel Galpin. 

11. King's. Samuel Ball, ApolJos Fuller. 

12. East Windsor. Richard Niles, Roderick King. 

13. Warehouse Point. Solomon Terry, Jr., Horace 

Birge. 

14. Enfield and Suffield. Apollos Fuller, Henry 

Kingsbury. 

15. Saybrook Ferry. William R. Clark, Jonathan 
- Tinker. 

16. Haddam Island. Noah Brooks, Charles Arnold. 

17. Hartford and East Hartford. Henry Phelps, Tim- 

othy Williams. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

On the Union Company Connecticut River. 

Jeremiah Brown, Lemuel White, Jesse Goodrich. 

On the Thames River Channel. 
Wm. P. Eaton, Enoch C. Chapman, J. W. Fanning. 

[Appointed by the Senate.] 
On the New York and Stonington Rail Road. 
Albert Latham, John Congdon, Caleb J. Allen. 

On Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 
Joel W. White, Darius Matthewson, Adam Larrabee. 

On the Hartford and New Haven Rail Road. 
John Stuart, William H. Ellis, Nathaniel Stevens. 

On the Farmington Canal. 

Eliakim Kimberly, Adna Whiting, Martin Strong, 

Noyes Darling. 



60 



COMMISSIONERS. 



On the works of the Connecticut River Company, 
CaMn Wiley, Richard Bacon, Samuel Kellogg. 

On Norwich and Preston Bridge. 
Erastus Coit, Elias Brown. 

Directors of Connecticut State Prison. 

Amariah Brigham, Jedediah Post, Ozias Roberts. 

Warden — Amos Pillsbury. 

The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List 
for the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for 
the time being. 



COMMISSIONERS, appointed by the Governor of 
Connecticut, to take the acknowledgment of deeds, 
depositions, &c, in the respective States where they- 
reside. 

Augusta, Maine. 

Vermont. 

Guilford, New Hampshire. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 



A. R. Nicols, 
Seth Terry, 
Jeremiah El kins, 
John A. Bollesy > 

Thomas A. Dexter, ] 
Wm. H. Smith, i 

Francis Brinley, - T r., $ 
John R. Bichmond, 
William H. Maxwell, 
Edwin Burr, 
John Bissell, 
William Gracie, 
Wm. Watson, Jr., 
Wm. H. Smith, 
Fred.E. Mather, 
Henry P. Edwards, 
Charles F. Croswell, 
Branford R. Wood, 
John J. Hinman, 
Benning Mann, 
Daniel Frost, 



Providence, Rhode Island. 
Bristol, Rhode Island. 



i> New York City. 



Albany, New York. 
Utica, New York. 

Sydney, Del. co. do. 
Greenwich. do. 



COMMISSIONERS SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 61 



George Gould, 
David L. Seymour, 
Selah B. Treat, 
Cyrus P. Smith, 
Edward E. Law, 
Reuben C. Hale, 
George Webb, 
Joseph Watson, 
Ebenezer Jessup, 
William S. Perkins, 
William H. Smith, 
David R. Tilden, 
Solomon P. Chase, 
John M. Sterling, 
George W. Irving, 
Appleton Downer, 
Gurdon Deming, 
Charles S. Henry, 
Henry Daggett, 
John Slidell, 
Henry A. Lambert, 
[Pontiac 



Troy, 



New York. 



Yates co. do. 

Brooklyn, Long Island. 
Philadelphia, Penn. 
Centre co.,Penn. 
Baltimore, Maryland. 
District of Columbia. 
Huron county, Ohio. 



Painsville, 
Portage co. 



do. 
do. 



Cincinnati, do. 

Cleaveland, do. 
Vincennes, do. 

Zanesville, do. 

Fayetteville, N. Carolina. 
Savannah, Geo. 
Mobile, Alabama. 
New Orleans, Louisiana. 
Auburn, Township of 
County of Oakland, Michigan. 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford, 
Wethersfield, Berlin, and Southington. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford, 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton, 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloomfield. 

4. New Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange, and North 
Haven. 

5. Woodbridgc, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middle- 
bury, Waterbury, Prospect, and Wolcott. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, 
Branford, Guilford, Madison, and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, and 
Waterford. 



62 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold, 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester. Lebanon, Montville, Salem, 
and Bozrah. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, 
Weston, Trumbull, and Monroe. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Reading, Brookneld, New- 
town, New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Nor walk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, New- 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, 
Sterling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thomson, and 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torring- 
ton, Winchester, Barkhamstead, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washfngton, Roxbury, 
Eethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown, and Plymouth. 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwall, 
Goshen, and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham, and Chatham. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrook, 
and Chester. 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, 
and Willington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1, Hartford County. 

District No. 2, N. Haven and Middlesex. 

District No. 3, New London. 

District No. 4, Fairfield. 

District No. 5, Litchfield. 

District No. 6, Windham and Tolland. 



SURVEYORS. 63 

Extract from the Districting Law. 

Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of 
the electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall 
make oath to the certificates of the votes for Senators, 
in the General Assembly, as follows, to wit : 

" At a meeting of the Electors in the town of , 

legally warned and held on the first Monday in April, 

A. D. , the following persons received the number 

of votes annexed to their names respectively, for a Sen- 
ator in the next General Assembly of this State, for 

District number , 

Names. I Number of votes in words 

at full length. 
Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 

A. B. Presiding officer." 
Sec. 4. The presiding officers, in making out said 
certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 
at full length. 

Sec 5. The superscription on each of said certifi- 
cates to be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall 
be as follows, to wit : 

1 ' To the Secretary of this State. 

" Votes of the Electors of the town of , for a 

Senator for District number , taken and sealed up 

by A. B. Presiding officer." 



SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

George Gillett, Esq., Surveyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors. 
County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
County of New Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 
County of New London — Wm. Lester, Jr., Norwich. 
Couniy of Fairfield — Uezekiah Price, Fairfield. 
County of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 
County of Litchfield — William M. Burrall, Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



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70 MILITIA. 



MILITIA. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

HENRY W. EDWARDS, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Col. Sanford B. Grant,) * .-, -, r* n ™~ 
Col. James C. Loomis, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

EBENEZER STODDARD, 

Lieutenant General. 
Major Asa S. Porter, ) A . v Aa r< ow ,„ 
Major Melzar Gardner, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Major General Samuel L. Pitkin, Adjutant General. 
Col. Thomas H. Seymour, Quartermaster General, 
Col. James Ward, Commissary General. 
Major Hezekiah Goddard, Paymaster General. 

GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, 

At Hartford. 

HORSE, FIRST COMPANY. 

Levi T. Skinner, Major Commandant. 
Elisha Dodd, Jr., Capt. and 1st Lieutenant. 
George L. Shepard, 2d Lieutenant. 
Samuel B. Denslow, Cornet. 
Selden House, Quartermaster. 

FOOT, FIRST COMPANY. 

Griffin A. Stedman, Major Commandant. 
Walter Pitkin, Capt. and 1st Lieutenant. 
Henry L. Miller, 2d Lieutenant. 
Martin A. Kellogg, 3d Lieutenant. 
Hazleton Walkley, 4th Lieutenant. 
Roland Mather, Ensign. 

At New Haven. 

HORSE, SECOND COMPANY. 

Joshua Barnes, Jr., Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Burns, Capt. and 1st Lieutenant 



MILITIA. 71 

Jared S. Barns, 2d Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Calvin Dowries, Quartermaster. 

FOOT, SECOND COMPANY. 

Allen N. Smith, Major Commandant. 
Noble Catlin, Capt. and 1st Lieutenant. 
Elisha M. Gorham, 2d Lieutenant. 
Edward Benjamin, 3d Lieutenant. 
Edwin I. Peck, 4th Lieutenant. 
William E. Waterbury, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Consisting of the First and Second Brigades. 



Samuel L. Pitkin, Esq. Major General. 
Major Wm. P. N. Fitzgerald, > Aid de _ CamD 
Major Wm. M. Durand, $ Aids-de-^amp. 

Lieut. Col. Lucien B. Hanks, Division Inspector. 
Major Charles J. Gilbert, Division Gluartermaster. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th, and 25th Regiments 
of Infantry, 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, and 2d 
Regiment of Light Artillery. 

James T. Pratt, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Thomas H. Marshall, Aid-de-Camp. 

Ralph Goodwin, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

HenryX. Clark, Brigade Gluartermaster. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethersfleld, 
excepting the society of Stepney, and Windsor, ex- 
cepting such part thereof as lies within the society of 
Turkey Hills. 

"Leonard R. Welles, Colonel. 

Daniel M. Seymour, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Henry C. Hale, Major. 



72 MILITIA. 

BenningE. Mann, Adjutant ; George M. "Way, Quar- 
termaster; Benjamin F. Folger, Paymaster; Gerrish 
Barrett, Chaplain; Gurdon VV. Russell, Surgeon; 
Pinckney Ellsworth, Surgeon's Mate ; Henry W. Hud- 
son, Sergeant Major ; Eli A. Ely, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; James Cadwell, Fife Major; Nathan Filley, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Leverett Talcott Wm. H. Gilbert Seth H. Clark 
Fredriek F. Rice Chas. WoodworthJohn T. Roberts. 
John Loveland Henry Rhodes William Willard 
Sam.W.EllsworthHenry Drake Edward G.'Hayden 
Franklin HubbardHenry McLane,JrLangdon Hubbard 
S. T. McKinney Hiram G. Phelps William Barnes 
Frank. F.OlmstedAmos S. Braman Edward Selden 
Egbert Hedge Rich'd Merriman Henry E. Thomas 

Light Infantry. 
John Francis Eras. Matherson Nehe'h. H. Colton 
Selden Deming William Talcott Daniel H. Willard 
T. H. Seymour Charles A.Colton B. C. McKillip 

Riflemen. 
Richard Deming Edward G. Drake Michael A. Moses 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first society 
in Chatham, the society of Stepney, in Wethersfield, 
and that part of Berlin which lies within the society of 
Worthington. 

Everlin Beckley, Colonel. 

Wolcott P. Stone, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Loveland, Major. 
James B. Carpenter, Adjutant; William W. Bacon, 
Quartermaster ; Patrick I. Clark, Paymaster; James 
M. McDonald, Chaplain ; David Harrison, Surgeon:, 
Elisha B. Nye, Surgeon's Mate ; Enoch C. Hall, Ser- 
geant Major ; Ralph Deming, Quartermaster Sergeant j 
William B. North, Fife Major; George W. Bacon, 
Drum Major. 



MILITIA. 73 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

S. M. Shaddick David Allen, Jr. Titus Sage 
Allen A. Robbins Theo. B. Rogers H. T. Seymour 
Elisha L. Sage Anson Fowler David C. Brooks 
Russell B.MorganSherman Morgan C.R. Chamberlain 
Edwin Hubbard Alfred North . Horace Galpin 
Harvey Miller Phin. W. Birdsey Sylvester Prout 
Ed.C.Whitmore Alfred Hall H. Gildersleeve 

Luzerne Elliott Morris Stephens Noyes Cone 

Light Infantry. 
Enoch Sage, 2d E. A. Penfield " Sam'l W.Andrews 

Riflemen. 
E. W. N. Starr William B.May Edwin Taylor 
HenryS.ConcklinRufus Sears Martin Culver 

John L. Bacon Sylvester Wilcox James D. North 
Curtis E.Camp Edwin White Alpheus Tibbals 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT TNFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, excepting the so- 
ciety of Worthington, Bristol, Burlington, Southing- 
ton, Avon, and that part, of Canton which includes 
Collins ville. 

James F. G. Andrews, Colonel. 
William Bull, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Solomon D. Gridley, Major. 

Nathan E. Stannard, Adjutant ; Channcey D. Cowies, 
Quartermaster ; John Kirby, Paymaster ; Irenus At- 
kins, Chaplain ; Alonzo Rockwell, Surgeon ; Amon 
Bradley, Surgeon's Mate ; Henry L. Welch, Sergeant 
Major ; John Curtis, Quartermaster Sergeant ;- Joseph 
Tinkham, Fife Major; Romulus Andrus, Drum Ma- 
jor. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William GriswoldAlpheus Porter Timothy Clark 
Jarius Winchell Ezra Loveland Isaac A. Dunham 
Cyrus Judd Nelson Allen William S.Hall 

Eli Barnes H. M. Welch Sidney P. Burwell 

Lewis Woodruff Barrit Barker William Wilcox 
Edward Cowies Gideon W. Hart Daniel Cowies 



74 MILITIA. 

Joel Bunnell Henry Beckwif.b Simeon Beach 

L. C. Belden Major S. Mallory Upson B. Chapin 

Light Infantry. 
Seth Pratt Lucas M. Sutliff Wm. Woodruff 

Timothy Porter James H. Bishop William Wheeler 
Henry L. Bidwell Thomas Tracy A. C. Andrews 

Riflemen. 
Isaac Benham Luther L. Tuttle Urial Bradley 
Geo. H. Mitchell Henry I. Hale H. B. Hinman 
John A. Foster Alvin T. Allen H. B. Sunbury 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. * 

Formed from Simsbury, Sufneld, Granby, the first 
society in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies 
within the society of Turkey Hills, and Canton, ex- 
cepting Collinsville, and such part of said town as for- 
merly belonged to New Hartford. 

Ansel Humphreys, Colonel. 

George C. Owen, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Austin N. Humphreys, Major. 
Dwight Humphreys, Adjutant; Warren C. Hum- 
phreys, Quartermaster ; Samuel Holcomb, Paymaster; 
Robert Fravis, Chaplain ; James Weed, Surgeon ; 
Simeon Shurtliff, Surgeon's Mate ; John Brown, Ser- 
geant Major ; Ebenezer B. Phelps, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; John C. Tuller, Fife Major; De Forest Reed, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Dray Humphreys, MamryR. Tuller, B. Humphreys, 
Henry A. Sikes, John Ives, John Ball, 

Eb'r Talbot, Jr., Charles P. Clark, Francis L. Phelps, 
Osmon Case, Jeremiah Wilcox,E. Hosford, Jr., 

Edwin P. Stevens, Francis Sheldon, Horatio R. Nelson 
N. Holcomb, Jr., Luton T. Reed, Ithra Goddard, 
Almon Owen, Dennis S. Reed, Elizur Merriam, 
Hiram N. Jones, Lester Cowdery, E. B. Holcomb, 

Light Infantry. 
Eliph. S. Morron, Williams Olds, Jr.Wm. Pomeroy, 
A. L. Holcomb, E. A. Holcomb, S. W. Holcomb, 



MILITIA. 75 

Jarvis Case, Norman Brocket, Rufus Tuller, Jr., 

Riflemen. 
Isaac P. Owen, James C. Hoskins,C. Alderman. 



TWENTY-FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, East Hartford, Glasten- 
bury, Manchester, and Vernon. 

Ralph Watson, Colonel. 

Arnold Keeney, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Francis McLean, Major. 
Henry W. Allen, Adjutant; David G. Spencer, 
Quartermaster ■ Henry Bartlett, Paymaster ; William 
Thompson, Chaplain ; William Scott, Surgeon ; Har- 
rison Mcintosh, Surgeon's Mate ; James Hill, Jr., Ser- 
geant Major; Daniel Smith, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Israel E. Allen, Fife Major ; Vincent Strickland, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

*W. Alexander Theodore WatsonG. H. Rockwell 
Thaddeus Wells Guy Samson Osmer Hale 

Saml. Brewer, Jr.Ashbel Brewer Ira Roberts 
Wm. F. Wallace E. W. Dimock H. B. Keeney 
Bezaleel Sexton Rollin Terry James Wilson 
Daniel Piersons Thomas S. Jones Nathan Piersons 
Elijah Miller, Jr. Ezra T. Jones Joseph Strickland 
John Chapman, Jr .Alfred K. Talcott Alva L. Thrall 

Light Infantry 
E. H. Watson Gorge Thompson William Phelps 

Riflemen 
Harvey Elmore Sidney May Moses Elmore, Jr. 

Salmon Allen Julius Taylor . William Wells 



FIRST REGIMENT CaVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suftield, 
Granby, Hartford, East Hartford, East Windsor, Ver- 
non, Ellington, Enfield, Tolland, Somers, Willington, 
Stafford, and Union. 

James F. Skinner, Colonel. 
Charles E. Cornish, Major. 



76 MILITIA. 

Edward B. Goodwin, Adjutant; Justin Bradley, 
Quartermaster ; Shaylor F. Burnham, Paymaster; Job 
Allyn, Chaplain; Horace C. Gillett, Surgeon ; Theo- 
dore Sill, Surgeon's Mate; Luke Case. Sergeant Ma- 
jor; George O. Clapp, Quartermaster Sergeant; Wm, 
H. Holt, Trumpet Major. 

First Troop E. K. Bradley, 2d Lieut 

Trumbull Humphrey, CaptDavid Potter, Jr., Cornet 
Job Case, 1st Lieut Fourth Troop 

J. A. Tuller, 2d Lieut Orrin Ward, Capt 
Edward C. Vining, Cornet Bufus S. Abber, 1st Lieut 

Second Troop S. Harwood, 2d Lieut 

Warren Smith, Capt Chester Denison. Cornet 

S. W. Thompson, 1st Lieut Fifth Troop 

Wm. G. Collins, 2d Lieut Mason Smith, Capt 
James T. Talcott, Cornet A. H. Sears, 1st Lieut 

Third Troop C. S. Vanalstine, 2d Lieut 

Wm. A. Foster, Capt A. J. Hayward, Cornet 

Amasa Holt, Jr., 1st Lieut 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfleld, Berlin, 
Farmington, South ington, Bristol, and Burlington. 

William G. Rowe, Colonel. 

Henry Wilson, Major. 
Nelson Hart, Adjutant; Luman F. Parker, Quarter- 
master; John SutlirT, Paymaster; William A. Stick- 
ney, Chaplain; Sylvester Bulkley, Surgeon; James 
H.Porter, Surgeon's Mate ; Joel M. Clark, Sergeant 
Major; Samuel North, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Rich- 
ard W. Porter, Trumpet Major. 

First Troop Third Troop 

Sylvester Hall, Capt Daniel Clark, Capt 

S. Hubbard, 1st Lieut Ezekiel Andrus, 1st Lieut 

Ichabod Miller, 2d Lieut Joel Peck, 2d Lieut 
Asher Miller, Cornet Samuel M. Hart, Cornet 

Second Troop Fourth Troop 

H. B. Stocking, Capt Stephen Morgan, Capt 

E. G. Atkins, 1st Lieut F. W. Griswold, 1st Lieut 



MILITIA. 77 

Joel L. Judd, 2d Lieut J. S. Griswold, 2d Lieut 
Joel H. Barnes, Cornet Thomas Wells, Cornet 



SECOND REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say- 
brook, Haddam, Simsbury, New Hartford, and Mid- 
dletown. 

Ezra L. H. Chamberlain, Colonel. 

Randolph Stockbridge, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph A. Welles, Major. 
Augustus Coles, Adjutant ; William G. Buel, Quar- 
termaster; Andrew K. Goodwin, Paymaster; John 
Cookson, Chaplain; Charles Woodward, Surgeon; 
Martin H. Shepard, Surgeon's Mate ; Rufus C. Deni- 
son, Sergeant Major; Gilbert Pratt, Quartermaster 
Sergeant ; Jeremiah Stevens, Fife Major ; Abiel H. 
Pease, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

N. W. Spencer Wm. C. Cowles Horace Chipman 
GWBartholomewA. BartholomewJrGeorge W. Carter 
Luther E. Hale J. T. Loomis Albert Olmsted 
A. E. Chalker Galen Dowd Wm. J. Clark 

H. M. Brainard N. C. Kelsey Wm. D. Clark 

Darrias Sperry Amon Hosford E. L. Lewis 
Henry Brown Harlow Taylor Nathaniel Healy 
Wm. Goodrich George Bacon J. R. Chamberlain 



SECOND BRIGADE. 
Comprising the 2d, 7th, 10th, and22d Regiments of In- 
fantry, 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 3d Regi- 
ment Light Artillery. 

Robinson S. Hinman, Esq., Brigadier General. 
George Hitchcock, Aid -de-Camp. 
Ralph D. Smith, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
William Sanford, Brigade Quartermaster. 

SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East 
Haven, Woodbridge, Derby, and Oxford. 



78 MILITIA. 

George Bristol, Colonel. 

Joseph Conner, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John Walker, Major. 
Isaac T. Rogers, Adjutant; George G. Lum, Quar- 
termaster ; Lucius Peck, Paymaster ; Joseph Scott, 
Chaplain ; Ambrose Beardsley, Surgeon ; John Bas- 
sett, Surgeon's Mate; William M. Hull, Sergeant Ma- 
jor; Abel Smith, Quartermaster Sergeant; Stephen 
G. Thompson, Drum Major; Samuel Munn, Fife 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Henry C. Cook Lewis B. Judson Abner P? Warner 
Jason Bristol John Barnes, Jr. John R. Bristol 
Paul C. Carey George Augur William Hull 
Stanley G. Smith Sidney Pardee H. P. Kimberly 
Justus Kimberly Elijah Bradley Isaac Forbes 
Nathaniel WalkerGeorge Perry Nathan Smith 
Jared Williams Frederick Hull William D. Lee 
Philo Chatneld Henry W. SperryElias W. Baldwin 

Light Infantry. 
Benj. M. Pr-e'scott Hosmer Sperry Geo. P. Stillman 
William Smith Chas. Dickerman William Hull 
Peter McDermot Hugh Flood Michael Cogan 

Riflemen. 
Newton S. Piatt Asa A. Northrop W. H. Talmadge 

SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Killingworh, Chester, and 
Haddam, excepting that part thereof which lies on the 
east side of Connecticut River. 

JohnE. Watrous, Colonel. 

Russel Stannard, Lieut. Colonel. 

Heman W. Stevens, Major. 
Frederick Potter, Adjutant; Ward P. Lay, Quar- 
termaster; John Daniels, Pa}'master ; Ephraim Swift, 
Chaplain; George Abernethy, Surgeon; F, Shepard, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Enos Watrous, Sergeant Major ; Sam- 
uel Colt, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Julius Abbey, Fife 
Major ; David Stillman, Drum Major. 



MILITIA. 



79 



Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Samuel Sanford H. C. Walker, Jr. J. E. Whittlesey 
Samuel Nentris Lewis G. Brooks Ashbel Tyler 
Joel P. Griswold Joseph J. Buell T. A. Stevens 
E. S. Southworth Nath. J. Pratt John W. Post 
J. P. Chittenden Linus Stevens C. L. Hommedieu 
Joseph B. Wilcox Wm. H. Spencer Thomas Forrest 
Alex. H.Gilbert Albert Watrous Ezra S.Clark 
JosephB. Hubbard Atwood Spencer Philander Burr 

Light Infantry 
Frederick Kelsey Silas Wellman John H. Griffith 
Harvey Child James Cone Orrin Freeman 

Riflemen. 
Odiah Dickerson AaronWatrous,2dJ. Gladding 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, 
Wallingford, Madison, and North Branford. 

Spencer Taylor, Colonel. 

Philo Walden, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Jason Dikeman, Major. 
Benjamin Kelsey, Adjutant; Titus Kelsey, Quar- 
termaster ; Charles Yale, Paymaster ; Timothy Gillett, 
Chaplain; George W. Scranton, Surgeon; John C. 
Pomroy, Surgeon's Mate ; Roger Griswold, Sergeant 
Major; John R. Frisbie, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Samuel Cook, Fife Major ; Ralph Hill, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Rufus N. Leete John Hale Austin Norton 

Ira' Yale, Jr. David M. Stone, Thos. A. Herrick 

Geo. W. Johnson Edward Johnson 
Daniel J. French Elizur C. Tuttle 
David M. Meigs Baldwin Hart 
Prelate De Wick Abel G. Miner 



Alex. Stevens 
Nathan H.Hill 
Wm. H. Maltby 



Hiram Stevens 



Virgil W. Cook 

Nelson J. Beach 

Samuel F. Meigs 

Henry W. Smith 

James Scranton 



Reuben Scranton Richard Fowler 
Alfred Todd Seth Washburn 

Light Infantry. 
Luman Atwater Sperry Taylor Henry A. Sutley 



80 MILITIA. 

TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, Wol- 
cott, Hamden, Bethany, and Prospect. 
David B. Hurd, Colonel. 
Stephen Payne, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Leander C. Hall, Major. 
Abijah P. Judd, Adjutant ; Henry A. Smith, Quar- 
termaster ; Graham Hurd, Paymaster ; Jacob L. Clark, 
Chaplain ; Daniel Porter, Jr., Surgeon ; Henry By- 
ington, Surgeon's Mate ; Horace Tuttle, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Isaac Nichols, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Eben C. 
Tuttle, Fife Major ; Newton Hine, Jr., Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

James C.Wheeler Avery C. Frost James M. Grannis 
Joseph Morse Lewis C. Hall Benoni Plumb 
Eli E. Curtiss Henry Peck Ezra Belden 

Ezra S. Hough Benj. L. Lindsley Ives H. Lewis 
Silas Gunn David S. Smith Jabam Gunn 

George Payne Henry Hotchkiss Elizur Kimball 
Lucius W. Peck Nathan N. Sperry Edwin Lines 
Richard Wilson L. L. Benham Lewis Perkins 

Light Infantry. 
James W. French Edward J. Porter Levi P. Boltor 
A. M. Hitchcock Albert Judd Andrew F. Hull 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 
Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, Wa- 
terbury, and Cheshire. 

Samuel Rose, Colonel. 

Joseph K. Palmer, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John R. Butler, Major. 
Andrew H. Foot, Adjutant; Henry Ives, duarter- 
master j Samuel H. Dutton, Paymaster; John Cros- 
well, Chaplain ; Thomas Wilcox, Surgeon ; Jonathan 
Foot, Sergeant Major ; Jonah S. Newton, duartermas- 
ter Sergeant ; John WoodrurT, Trumpet Major. 



MILITIA. 81 

First Company. Third Company. 

Abijah B. Davidson, Capt. Jonah Rogers, Capt. 

, 1st Lieut. Abel R. Hine, 1st Lieut. 

A. Rogers, Jr., 2d Lieut. Wm. Andrews, 2d Lieut. 
G. W. Lindsley, 3d Lieut. Jonah B. Clark, 3d Lieut. 
J.G.Bartholomew,4thLieut. Bryan Clark, 4th Lieut. 
Charles H. Palmer, Cornet. O. H. Baldwin, Cornet. 

Second Company. Fourth Company. 

Elijah Rice, Capt. William Bailey, Capt. 

A.C.Bartholomew,lst.LieutCharles Weed, 1st Lieut. 
Eli Ives, 2d Lieut. Ezra F. Osborn, 2d Lieut. 

IVelson Cook, 3d Lieut. Luman Stevens, 3d Lieut. 
Wm.Carrington, 4th Lieut.S. D. Andrews, 4th Lieut. 
Street Goodyear, Cornet. John S. Foot, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Branford, and Killingworth. 
John R. Wilcox, Colonel. 
Stanton Pendleton, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Burgis, Major. 
Ira Merwin, Adjutant; Charles T. Shelton, Quar- 
termaster; Charles K. Brown, Paymaster; Samuel N. 
Sheperd, Chaplain ; E. Hnggins Bishop, Surgeon ; 
Samuel Clark, Surgeon's Mate; John A. Pardee, Ser- 
geant Major ; Lewis B. Judson, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; James A. Hall, Fife Major; Lyman S. Squire, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

W. A. Tomlinson Charles Smith Fred. Chatfield 
L. B. Griswold Eli Parmelee Edward L. Leete 
John Dudley Elias S. Ely A. C. Wilcox 

Chas. B. Gilbert Henry C. Sperry H. G. Dickerman 
Morris Tyler C. B. Doolittle Chauncey Welles 
John Smith Josiah P. Isbell MerittA. Durand 

Grant L. Smith Giles F. Baldwin Gilbert Bush 
Abner Parmelee Henry Harris David Norton 
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82 MILITIA. 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Third and Fifth Brigades. 



r Waterman C. Clark, Esq., Major General. 
Major La Fayette S. Foster, > A . , , „ 
Major Daniel L. Trumbull, \ Aids-de-Camp. 
Lieut. Col. Asa Child, Division Inspector. 
Major James B. Goddard, Division Gtartermaster. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 
Comprising the 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20th Regiments In- 
fantry and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 
George C. Wilson, Brigadier General. 
Giles M. Eaton, Aid-de-Camp. 
George S. Gay, Brigade Major and Inspector, 
John W. Bulkley, Brigade Quartermaster. 

THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 
ville, Salem, and the society of Millington, in East 
Haddam. 

Francis B. Loomis, Colonel. 
Francis Jones, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Nathan Beckwiih, Major. 

Thomas J. Avery, Adjutant; William P. Benjamin, 
Gtuartermaster ; Walter King, Paymaster; Frederick 
W. Crocker, Surgeon ; Samuel R. Turner, Surgeon's 
Mate; George W. Brown, Sergeant Major; George 
W. Lord, Gtuartermaster Sergeant; Orramel Whittle- 
sey, Fife Major; William J. Banning, Drum Major. 

First Light Artillery Company. Charles H. Daniels, 
Captain; Elisha Douglass, 1st Lieutenant; James B. 
Lyman, 2d Lieutenant. 

'Second Light Artillery Company. Elisha S. Cham- 
pion, Captain; James M. Bebee, 1st Lieutenant; Wm. 
Hall, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

J. C. Donsflass E. H. Learned J. H. Turner 
Thomas S. Swan David Morley Israel Champion 



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Abisha A. Baker James L. Turner John H. Lester 
George T. Adams M. W. Comstock E. Beckwith, Jr. 
Wm. T. Davis N. A. Crocker Eben E. Dart 
Chris. P. Stark E. D. Brock way James A. Bill 
John N. Ransom J. Whittlesey, Jr. Ebenezer Tiffany 
Enoch D. Ames John Douglass Anson Ames 

Light Infantry. 
Orrin F. Smith Hez. B. Smith Bcnj.F. Beckwith 
Daniel Peck Cyrus Swan William E. Corfe 

EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington, 
Ledyard, and Voluntown. 

William C. Stanton, Colonel. 
Zebulon F. Stanton, Lieut. Colonel. 
Amos Clift, Major. 
Richard W. Smith, Adjutant; Thomas W. Palmer, 
Quartermaster; William A. Babcock, Paymaster ; Je- 
rome S. Andrews, Chaplain ; Luther A. Palmer, Sur- 
geon ; John R. Chesebrough, Sergeant Major ; Noyes 
P. Brown, Quartermaster Sergeant; Elisha P. Wheeler, 
Fife Major ; Stephen K. Wheeler, Drum Major. 

Light Artillery Company. Charles H. Smith, Cap- 
tain ; Benjamin Robinson, 1st Lieutenant ; Joseph 
Robinson, 2d Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Stanton Sheffield E.D. Chesebrough T. J. Wheeler 
Benj. F. Parks Alden Fish Ambrose Grant 

David M. Maine Ralph Maine Edward F.Stewart 
Alex. C. Smith Chas. S. Briggs Joseph Duncan 
Joseph A. Lamb John S. Lester Samuel S. Lamb 
R. A. Wheeler Wm. T.Pendleton A. Chesebrough 
Amos Collins Jarius B. Palmer John D. Babcock 
A. Chesebrough Benj. F. Lewis William H. Breed 

Light Infantry. 
Amos Clift James C. Lamb John Gallup 

Benj. W. Palmer J. N. Chapman Oliver S. Egleston 

Riflemen. 
Elias W._ Brown John Brewster, Jr. David Cummings 



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EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Frank- 
lin, Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

Gurdon A. Jones, Colonel. 

John Q. Cox, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Dwight R. Stetson, Major. 
George Coit, Adjutant ; Henry Hart, Quartermaster ; 
William Huntington, Paymaster; Seth B. Paddock, 
Chaplain; Edwin A. Tweedy, Surgeon; James M. 
Huntington, Surgeon's Mate ; " John M. Boswell, Ser- 
geant Major; Jabez L. Gordon, duartermaster Ser- 
geant; Zebulon R. Robbins, Fife Major ; John A. 
Brown, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jeremiah Y. Tift Wm. L. Nichols Wm. C. Noyes 
Henry A. MorganDwight W. Cook Russel Davis 
L. L. Huntington James C.WilliamsJames P. Dolbear 
Gilbert Lamb, Jr. William Hazen Joseph B. Prentice 
P. P. Bartlow Sumner B. Cole Avery W. Green 
Sanford Brumley Stephen A. Field Wm. A. Johnson 
H. H. Edgerton John H. Peck Caleb Spencer 
C. L. Whiting Joseph G. Ford William S. Kelly 

Light Infantry. 
William T. Cox Wm. E. Hincklev Henry H. Shepard 
F. H. Peckham J. E. Babcock . Thomas W.Segur 

Riflemen. 
Elisha Morgan Wm. G.Browning C. S. Prentice 
Samuel C. Starr T. F. Alberlson F. W. H. Rogers 
Edwin Allen John F. Slater Joseph G. Cutler. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, excepting 
such part thereof as lies within the society of Milling- 
ton, Hebron, Marlborough, and Chatham, except the 
first society. 

Charles F. Day, Colonel. 

Orrin Warner, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Harvey Brown, Major. 



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Asa Day, Jr., Adjutant; Socrates Tarbox, Quarter- 
master; Alfred Otis, Paymaster; Roger G. Isham, 
Chaplain ; Ezekiel W. Parsons, Surgeon ; Lucius W. 
Mcintosh Surgeon's Mate ; Artemas W. Worth ington, 
Sergeant Major ; Isaac H. Day, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; Henry O. Cain. Fife Major ; Hiram Barton, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Christo. Holmes David B. Pike J. U. Holmes 
Alfred H. Otis Elijah Ransom Leonard Wheeler 
Daniel Brainard C. H. Brainard W. K. Smith 
S. G. Dunham Daniel A. Brown S. B. Dickinson 
T. Ackley, Jr A. S. BuckinghamDavid Snow- 
Cephas C. Brown Samuel Brown E. G. Emmons 
Willard Sears, Jr A. S. Brainard Anson Carpenter 
Harvey Brown S. R. Loonier Neziah A. Brown 

Light Infantry. 
Jonathan G. Page J. W. White S. G. Gilbert 

Cyrus Swan Wm. E. Cone Joseph Paddock 

T. R. Markham Abner G. Burns Daniel Strong 

Riflemen. 
Ezra A. BrockwayE. Edmondson Jared Davenport 

SECOND REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Colchester, Marlborough, East Haddam, 
Salem, Norwich, Bozrah, Franklin, Preston, Water- 
ford, New London, Groton, and Stonington. 

Jehiel Johnson, Colonel. 

Leonard C. Williams, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Hubbard D. Morgan, Major. 
Henry C. Rogers, Adjutant ; Joshua H. Woodworth, 
Quartermaster ; Alfred Harvey, Paymaster; Josiah 
M.Graves, Chaplain; Rufus W. iMatthewson, Surgeon; 
Dudley B. Chapman, Surgeon's Mate; Edgar C. Jen- 
nings, Sergeant Major; Silas H. Kingsley, Quarter- 
master Sergeant; Willis North, Trumpet Major. 

First Company. Third Company. 

Oliver C. Clark, Capt Egbert H. Avery, Capt 
Francis Gillet, 1st Lieut Robert T. Avery, 1st Lieut 



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Thomas J. Sellew, 2d Lieut S. M. Wheeler,' 2d Lieut 
Samuel S. Harris, 3d Lieut E. A. Williams, 3d Lieut 
Sylvester N.Ely, 4th Lieut C. S. Bennett, 4th Lieut 
William L. Jones, Cornet Joseph Wheeler, Cornet 

Second Company. Fourth Company. 

F. C. Chapman, Capt Hubbard Warner, Capt 

Alfred F, Bennet, 1st Lieut Ira E. Andrews, 1st Lieut 
D. H. Waterman, 2d Lieut Cyrus H. Page, 2d Lieut 
James D. Rogers, 3d Lieut Wm. Smith, 3d Lieut 
James M.Bennet, 4th Lieut G. L. Shailoi, 4th Lieut 
Wheaton Cotterell, Cornet H. L'Hommedieu, Cornet 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments In- 
fantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Regiment 
Light Artillery. 

Asa Fuller, Esq., Brigadier General. 

L. Erwin Pease, Aid-de-camp. 

Aaron M. Lyon, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Albert Clark, Brigade Quartermaster. 



FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, 
Brooklyn, Plainfield, Sterling, and the south society in 
Killingly. 

William L. Jillson, Colonel. 

Jared T. Wilbur, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James A. Hovey, Major. 
Andrew M. Litchfield, Adjutant; H. G. Sabin, 
Quartermaster; Samuel A. Wadsworth, Paymaster; 
Daniel G. Sprague, Chaplain; William Witter, Sur- 
geon; J. Witter, Surgeon's Mate ; Amos J. Gallup, 
Sergeant Major ; James H. Holt, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; Simon Fuller, Fife Major; David Horton, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William Bass E. G. Balcom James Essex 
Waterman Brown Edward P. Hall Lester N. Arnold 
Wm. Foster, Jr. G. B. Baldwin Earl Warner 



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R. W. Robinson 
Walter Smith 
Charles C.Bolton 
J. R. L. Douglass 
Alvah Rood 

John R. Tweedy 

John M. Smith 
John S. Jillson 



John P. Allen 
Alexander Lyon 
G. R. Hammond 
Jason Stone 
Lowell Groves 

Light Infantry. 
A. M. Gordon 
Riflemen. 
Caleb P. Wilson 
L. E. Baldwin 



Theron Cory 
John Herrick 
Ira Young 
Charles Cole 
Simeon W. Cord 

S. F. Bennet 

William Lester 
Edwin S. Fitch 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union, Thomp- 
son, and Killingly, excepting the south society. 

Moses C. Sessions, Colonel. 

Luther Day, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Isaac Mills, Major. 
Danforth Childs, Adjutant; Edwin S. Childs, Quar- 
termaster ; Charles H.Baldwin, Paymaster; Lent S. 
Hough, Chaplain; Eleazer Litchfield, Surgeon ; Vir- 
gil Palmer, Surgeon's Mate ; Chester W. Paine, Ser- 
geant Major; Reed Tourtelott, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant ; Ezra Hammond, Fife Major ; Alexander 
Blanchard, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. 

Corlis Lumbard Giles W T illiams 
W. Huntington Anson Barrett 
Jacob Ballard James G. Hunt 
J. W. Danielson Eben Burlingham Lucius Day 
D. W. Chandler Silas L. May Wm. Whitney 
George Davis William Robbins Olney Houle 
Stephen Johnson Stephen L. Potter Hiram N.Brown 
Danford Morse Harvey Walker Judson Smith 
Joel Copeland Schuyler Elliott Joseph Wheaton 
George Adams Caleb Sherman 
Light Infantry. 
Thomas J. Taft T. W. Delphy 
Riflemen. 
Timothy Porter James H. Bishop William Wheeler 



Ensigns. 
T. Grosvenor, Jr. 
Edward G.Arnold 
Squire J. Ballard 



Willard Gould 
John Fox, 2d 



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Elliot Joslin Lewis Sturtevant Mark D. Moulton 

Norman Kelley Marvin A. Dexter Alva Chase 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

Samuel Thompson, Jr., Colonel. 
William Gilmore, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Levi Drake, Major. 
Harvey R. James, Adjutant; Clark Spellman, Quar- 
termaster; Henry Gay, Paymaster; F. L. Robbins, 
Chaplain; Theodore .Hamilton, Surgeon; Joseph C. 
Dow, Surgeon's Mate; John L. Wood, Quartermaster 
Sergeant • Daniel Warner, Fife Major ; John A. Wes- 
ton, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ens'gns. 

Samuel Rockwell L. H. Whiting S. Colburn, Jr. 
Leonard Drake Joseph A. Strait William Francis 
Samuel Kimball M. Woodward Noah C. Collins 
L. H. Whiton Samuel Colbourn James F. Brooks 
Elijah C. Nye E. D, Chaffee James M. Martin 
F. A. Harwood John Sheldon A. D. Harwood 
William Carroll Lemuel A. ArnoldWm. A. Palmer 
E. B. Mallory Phineas Baldwin John H. Collins 

Light Infantry. 
Orlin C. Dorman Wm. L. Ransom Elijah W. Smith 
Cordial Orcutt Abner S. Terry Calvin Fisk 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coven- 
try, Bolton, Willington, and Chaplin. 
Calvin Daggett, Colonel. 
Horace Gaylord, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Zurial P. Arnold, Major. 
George <2ady, Adjutant ; John W. Boyington, Quar- 
termaster; Asa B. Pendleton, Paymaster; Lent S. 
Hough, Chaplain ; Samuel D. Carver, Surgeon ; J.H. 
Simons, Surgeon's Mate; William Perkins, Sergeant 



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Major; Thomas Russ, Fife Major-, Theodore Lilly, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Wm. N. Johnson Perry Holley P. L. Williams 

Richard H. Rose Cyrus A. Dow Ephm. Coleman 
San ford Yomans Samuel B. Fuller Addison H. Fitch 
Jacob Lyman, Jr. Patten Fitch George Cady 

Sylvanus Battey Eli Battey Henry Clark 

Geo. N. Loomis Zelotes C. Long J. C. Porter 
Altern Sherman Willard Lyon Augustus Dodge 
John F. Dean Wm. D. Bicknell J. L. Hartshorn 
Nathan Griggs Solomon R.FullerCharles Walland 
Wm. A. Perkins B. Hutchinson William A. Fitch 

Light Infantry. 
Jarius Chapman Oliver Bowen L. B. Richards 
Edmund Hanks Wm. C. Young Arnold Wilson 

SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton, Windham, Ash/ford, Mans- 
field, Plainrleld, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, 
Woodstock, Thompson, Hebron, and Lebanon. 
Amos Fowler, Jr., Colonel. 
William P. Williams, Major. 

Anson Fowler, Adjutant ; Paul W. Avery, Quarter- 
master; George W. Standish, Paymaster; Philo T. 
Judson, Chaplain; Jasper C. Foster, Surgeon; E. P. 
C. Fowler, Surgeon's Mate ; George W. Johnson, Ser- 
geant Major; William Hames, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; Francis B. Lee, Trumpet Major. 

First Troop. ' Third Troop. 

John Church, Capt. Charles A. Scovill, Capt. 

P. P. Whitmore, 1st Lieut. Alanson H. Lee, 1st Lieu. 
P. L. Fuller, 2d Lieut. Daniel May, 2d Lieut. 
Justus Chollar, Cornet. Willard Hill, Cornet. 
Second Troop. Fourth Troop. 

James B. Cary, Capt. Elisha Lyon, Capt. 

Harris Kies, 1st Lieut. Horace Sabin, 1st Lieut. 

Henry P. Hatch, 2d Lieut. E. S. Penniman, 2d Lieut. 
Ambrose Gibson, Cornet. W. L. Wheaton, Cornet. 



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FIRST REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Pomfret, 
Windham, Lebanon, and Griswold. 

Roswell iYloulton, Colonel. 

Augustus Hyde, Lieutenant Colonel. 

James Spauling, Major. 
Marvin Spanord, Adjutant ; William Williams, 
Quartermaster ; James Clark, Paymaster; Benajah 
Cook, Chaplain ; Oliver Kingsley, Surgeon ; Francis 
Trowbridge, Surgeon's Mate; Chester Hill, Sergeant 
Major ; Charles F. Lester, (Quartermaster Sergeant. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

Rowland Babcock Oliver P. Wattles Selden Gardner 
N. C. Storey A. Woodworth James E- Main 

Asa B. Mauley Ebenezer Abbott Amos G. Fitch 
Ezra Mitchell James Westicott Caleb Williams 
Henry Brown Nelson D. WeaverSamuel Caid 
John W. Crary Samuel E. Haynes Charles Holbrook 
Edwin Palmer Elisha A. Crary Edwin Morgan 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Consisting of the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

Sands Adams, Esq., Major General. 
Major William T. Miner, ) Aids . de . Camp . 
Major John Layden, y A 

Lieut. Col. Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 
Major Oliver H. Perry, Division duartermaster. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 4th, 9th, 15th, and 24th Regiments In- 
fantry, 5th Regiment Cavalry, 3d Regiment Horse 
Artillery, and 4th Regiment Light Artillery. 

Charles W. Thorp, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Charles W. Hill, Aid-de-Camp. 

Joshua B. Ferris, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Benjamin M. Piatt, Brigade duartermaster. 



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FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington, and Monroe. 

Colonel. 

Orlando B. Hall, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Judson Curtiss, Major. 
Albert Whitmore, Adjutant ; Seth Seeley, Quarter- 
master; John Burr, Paymaster; Nathan E. Cornwell, 
Chaplain ; William B. Nash, Surgeon ; David H. Nash, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Augustus Jennnings, Sergeant Ma- 
jor; Ambrose A. Lane, Quartermaster Sergeant; Hal- 
sey A. Williams, Fife Major ; Jedediah Adams, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

E. L. Penneld Alva D. Wood Peter Sturgess 
Munson Curtiss C. Blackman Henry A. Curtiss 

T. B. Wakeman MonsonElwood William Jackson 
W. G. Stevenson GW.MiddlebrookB. F. Lockwood 
Aaron Jennings Win. Baldwin Wm. Hubbell 
Sheldon P.CurtissDavid B. Booth B. D. Welles 
Orville Booth Shelton Hubbell G. Hubbell 
David Beach John Olmstead Charles Staples 
D. B. Hininan O. H. Beardsley C. W. Burton 

Light Infantry. 
Thomas Ransom Edward Hyde Joseph Osborn 
Wm. C. Gibbs A. H. Youngs Carloss Curtiss 
James J. Sackett John T. Moody Munson H. Hyde 

Riflemen. 
Lewis Penneld Burr Bennett John Powell 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Norwalk, Greenwich, and 
Darien. 

William Watson, Colonel. 
Stephen Raymond, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Hanford Stevens, Major. 
Josephus Brush, Adjutant; Alfred Hoyt, Quarter- 
master; Wilson Peck, Paymaster; Volney Maynard, 
Chaplain; Chauncey W. Ayres, Surgeon; Charles 



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W. Spencer, Surgeon's Mate ; John B. Knapp, Ser- 
geant Major; Charles S. Knapp, Quartermaster Ser- 
geant; William R. Scofield, Fife Major; William 
Selleck, Drum Major. . 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William H. Potts E. F. Martin Ira Blanchard 

James W. Hoyt David W. TuckerWm. J. Boulton 
Henry Lamb Charles Hanford Samuel Gorham 

Benj. W. Husted Daniel S. Mead Charles Mead 
John S. Ayres iEneas Elliot David Hanford 
Lewis Cooke Elias Johnson Joseph H. Scofield 
Charles E. HustedWm. B. French Joseph W, Young 
Augustus Hanford William Brown Alonzo Gt. Hanks 
T. A. Comstock John Benedict L. B. Lockwood 

Light Infantry. 
Alfred Reynolds A.D.Tompkins H.Marshall 
Rufus Lounsbury Jacob T. Mills G. S. Sullivan 
Jason Merrill Harvey S. Brown Lyman Lewis 
Augustus Weed Wm. J. Finley W. W. Lounsbury 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, excepting so much thereof 
as is included in the society of Ridgebury, Newtown, 
New Milford, excepting such part thereof as lies within 
the society of New Preston, Brookfleld, New Fairfield, 
and Sherman. 

Homer Lake, Colonel. 

Hiram Keeler, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Enoch Knapp, Major. 
Philo L. Stevens, Adjutant; Oscar F. W. Crane, 
Quartermaster ; George E. Crane, Paymaster ; Richard 
C. Hinman, Chaplain; Edwin A. Long, Surgeon; 
George Judson, Surgeon's Mate; George Benjamin, 
Sergeant Major ; Booth Hall, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
George W. French, Fife Major; Allen McDonald, 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

T. B. Sherman Edward C. Foster Joseph B. Foot 
A. N. Baldwin David D. Noble Orrin Bulkley 



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Joseph Blackman 
Charles Peck 
Levi Penfield 
George Hawley 
Lemuel B. Luke 
Hiram Keeler 
Edwin Botsford 

Edwin Hubbell 
Josiah Beardsley 



Wm. Scudder 
Anson Osbom 
Anson Gregory- 
Beers Foot 
David N. Graves 
Ephraim French 
Salmon S. Peck 
Light Infantry. 
Georgus Mallory 
Fred. Spencer 



Abel Botsford 
Charles Patchen 
David B. Rogers 
S. B. Ruggles 
Joseph T. Seeley 
Silas Erwin 
John i J. Beers 

F. A. Holmes 
A. O. Beardsley 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgeneld, Wilton, Reading, Weston, 
and New Canaan. 

Eli Mallory, Colonel. 
George E. Sears, Lieutenant Colonel. 
William Squire, Major. 
William Belden, Adjutant; William M. Mead, 
Quartermaster; George Randall, Paymaster; Grandison 
Selleck, Chaplain; Sylvester Mead, Surgeon; Joseph 
I. Yancy, Surgeon's Mate; AlonzoByington, Sergeant 
Major; Asher Merchant, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Rufus Northrop, Fife Major; Sherman Mead, Drum 
Major. 

Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

James Mead Stephen Foot 

Charles Gorham Alfred Taylor 
Fr'd. D. Demand Moses Sherwood 
John N. Betts John N. Hoyt 
Strong C. Adams Edgar Scribner 
Rich'd A. Sutton Benj. Ambler 
Horace Fanton G. W. Bradley 
Elias F. Godfrey Eli Lyon, 2d 

Light Infantry 
Zalmon S. Main H. W. Northrop 
Duncan Henry Danl. M. Sutton 
Salmon Lyon Albert J. Turney 



Captains. 
Henry Beers 
Stephen Green 
Barney Bartram 
James Comstock 
Aaron Ambler 
Andrew B, Judd 
Eli Wakeman 
Alanson Lyon 

Benj. Betts 
Loren Bomsted 
Cyrus Silliman 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Plymouth, Southbury, 



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Watertown, Middlebury, Danbury, Newtown, New 
IVlilford, Washington, Roxbury, Kent, and Sherman. 

Abijah E. Tweedy, Colonel. 

William J. Starr, Major. 
Nathan Seeley, Jr., Adjutant; Augustus C. Shepard, 
Quartermaster ; Charles G. Sandford, Paymaster; 
Lemuel Hall, Chaplain ; Ezra P. Bennett, Surgeon; T. 
B. Lacy, Surgeon's Mate; Gabriel G. Seeley, Sergeant 
Major; Geo. S. Booth, Quartermaster Sergeant ; O. 
Starr, Trumpet Major. 

First Troop. Third Troop. 

Stephen Hayes, Captain Noah L. Tuttle, Captain 

E. Griswold, 1st Lieut Austin Bailey, 1st Lieut 
Lines R. Clark, 2d Lieut Martin S. Pond, 2d Lieut 

F. E. Mallory, Cornet Jas. F. Wheeler, Cornet 

Second Troop. Fourth Troop. 

Orson Dibble, Captain Mich. S. Piatt, Captain 

E. Sturdevant, 1st Lieut Edw'd. N. Hine, 1st Lieut 

Wm. S. Peck, 2d Lieut , Albert Barnes, 2d Lieut 

George Starr, Cornet Henry B. Noble, Cornet 

THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Nor- 
walk, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, Red- 
ing, Wilton, New Canaan, Trumbull, and Huntington. 
Horace Banks, Colonel. 
Peter Smith. Lieut. Colonel. 
Darius Davenport, Major. 
Jas. B. Crawford, Adjutant; Urban Lacey, Quarter- 
master: Edson Bradley, Paymaster; N. D, Haight r 
Surgeon; James C.Allen, Surgeon's Mate ; Lewis P. 
Nash, Sergeant Major; Sell ick Sherman, Quarter- 
master Sergeant; Crosby W. Skinner, Music Major. 

First Company. Third Company. 

Zenas Johnson, Captain Hez. M. Cooley, Captain 
Albert Edwards, 1st Lieut Saml. M. Banks, 1st Lieut 
Elby Lewis, 2d Lieut S. J. Lockwood, 2d Lieut 

Geo. L. Nichols, 3d Lt. A. B. Godfrey, 3d Lieut 
Sherman J. Sharp, 4th Lt. S. W. Meeker, 4th Lieut 



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Hall Beardsley, Cornet Wilson Knapp, Cornet 

Second Company. Fourth Company. 

Edw'd. De Forest, Captain Alvah Mead, Captain 
S. S. Olmsted, 1st Lieut Jabez Mead, 1st Lieut 
L. Comstock, 2d Lieut Edw'd. Mead, 2d Lieut 
A. Smith, jr., 3d Lieut Richard Bates, 3d Lieut 
E. L. Siliiman, 4th Lieut Geo. Davenport, 4th Lieut 
Harvey K. Smith, Cornet Wells Allis, Cornet 

FOURTH REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Trum- 
bull, and Huntington. 

Nathan B. Dibble, Lt. Col. Commandant. 
Thomas P. Guire, Major. 
Frederick W. Parrott, Adjutant; Henry Edwards, 
Gluarlermaster; Charles Furgerson, Paymaster; Chas. 
H. Noble, Chaplain; Saml. Simons, Surgeon; Thos. 
P. White, Sergeant Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

W. Montgomery Abra'm. Blisard E. B. Stevens 
Levi Cooly Edwin Wood Wm. A. Dowd 

W. H. Tomlinson Russell Barnes Lorenzo Wheeler 
Daniel Fairchild L. B. Burroughs Benj. Burton 
H. Dykeman John Wakely Ed. N. Shelton 

SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Comprising the 12th, 13th, 16th, and 21st Regiments of 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry. 

Edward A. Phelps, Esq., Brigadier General. 
Burrall Sage, Aid-de-Camp. 
Cicero Phelps, Brigade Major and Inspector. 
Charles B. Smith, Brigade Gluarter Master. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Wa- 
tertown, Roxbury, Washington, iVliddlebury, and so 
much of the towns of New Milford and Kent, as lie 
within the society of New Preston. 



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Merrit Hemingway, Colonel. 

Philo N. Hodge, Lieut. Colonel. 

Moseley N. Bronson, Major. 
Titus A. Bryant, Adjutant; A. M. T ohnson, Quarter- 
master; Edson Camp, Paymaster; Fosdick Harrison, 
Chaplain; Myson Downs, Surgeon; Chas. H. Webb, 
Surgeon's Mate; George P. Shelton, Sergeant Major; 
John A. Peck, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Edwin Por- 
ter, Fife Major ; Lucius F. Cogswell, Drum Major. 

Lt. Artillery Company. Wm. Hurlburt, Captain; 
Heman Bowers, 1st Lieutenant ; Leander Odell, 2d 
Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Geo. Peck Wm. H. Hunter Jared S. Baldwin 

Benj. H. Shelton Cyrus Hinman Elisha Wheeler 
Chas. W. Ambler Wm. Andrews 



Eli Curtiss 
S. H. Mitchell 
H. Beards! ey 
Geo. Hurlburt 
Chester Curtiss 

Selden M. Stone 
Albert Gather 

L. W. Cutler 



C. B. Merriman 



F. F. Shelton 
A. B. Everett 



Wm. C. Bronson Danl. S. Baker 
Harvey Tyrill Danl. C. Meeker 



Thos. Sanford 
Asahel Tyler 

Light Infantry. 
Lucius Ives 
Wm. P. Edmond Peter S. Hard 

Riflemen. 
G. F. Merriman 



Abel J. Burr 
Charles Treat 

John W. Castle 



Dayton Mattoon 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall, 
and Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the 
society of New Preston. 

Eleazer Jenkins, Colonel. 
Stephen J. Gould, Lieut. Colonel. 
John C. Berry, Major. 
Peter N. Mills, Adjutant ; Geo. D. Goodwin, Quar- 
termaster; John M. Pratt, Paymaster; Fitch Reed, 
Chaplain ; Robt. Smith, Surgeon ; H. Catlin, Surgeon's 
Mate; Edgar Wheeler, Sergeant Major ; N. E. Beards- 
ley, Quartermaster Sergeant; Wm. C. Strong, Fife 
Major; Saml. R. Baldwin, Drum Major. 



MILITIA. 



97 



Lt. Artillery Company. Edmund Mills, Captain; 
Charles Edwards, 1st Lieutenant ; Lewis L. Stewart, 
2d Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Seth S. Rockwell John A. Blake JHiram Briggs 
Joel S. Youngs Burret Eaton Homer Edwards 

John P. Goodwin Geo. M. Hollister Chas. Sterling 
Pepoon Jacobs Walter Holmes Moses L. Graham 
Benj. Catlin Merrit Pendleton Chas. W. Isham 

Ira Ingraham Harlow Dean W. S. Crossman 
T. B. Bosworth Wm. Jones Geo. M. Hickock 

Lyman Hollister Henry St. John IchabodS. Everett 

Light Infantry. 
Martin Holcomb W. G. Miner Austin Belden 
Jacob Scovill A. A. Miller F. W. Pierce 



Hiram Weed 



A. C. Woodward Wm. Beebe 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield. Goshen, Harwinton, Tor- 
rington, Plymouth, and Warren. 

George P. Bissell, Colonel. 

Henry Holt, Lieut. Colonel. 

William R. Buel, Major. 
Frederick Phelps, Adjutant; Wm. S. Rogers, Quar- 
termaster ; Stanley Griswold, Paymaster; L. P. Hick- 
ock, Chaplain; Josiah G. Beckwith, Surgeon; Wm. 
H. Miner, Surgeon's Mate ; Geo. Seymour, Sergeant 
Major; Joshua Williams, Quartermaster Sergeant; 
Dudley F. Hallock, Fife Major; Lucius Wilmont. 
Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Edw. W. King R. M. Merriman John M. Baldwin 
John L. North Loyd S. Turner D. H. Goodwin 
Gross Gates A. H.Clark N. O. Chaffee 

Levi Hodges J. A. Newberry Geo. L. Whiting 

Heman Beach, jr. L. F. Doolittle Alfred Porter 
Lucius Westover Wyllys Loveland Henry Catlin 
L. H. Goodwin Geo. Watson Ransom S. Hine 

H. G. Kilbourn Jos. L. Peters Jas. A. Judd 
- 7 



98 



MILITIA, 



D. C. Churchill 
Ozander Bishop 

Jas. H. Cooke 
H. Humphrey 
Chas.E. Gay lord 



Tracy Barnes 
L. Moultroup 

Light Infantry. 
John Phelps, 2d 
Junius Baldwin 
Ozias Goodwin 
Riflemen. 



Lewis W. Turner 
Homer Stone 

Geo. Merchant 
Ezra Foote 
Levant Johnson 



Wm. S. Allyn Jas. K. Wheeler John L. Smith 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Hartford, Winchester, Norfolk,, 
Colebrook, Barkhamstead, the second society m Hart- 
land, together with that part of Canton which formerly 
belonged to New Hartford. 

Wyllys Griswoid, Colonel. 

Horace B. Knapp, Lieut. Colonel. 

Elijah B. White, Major. 
Sam. Cone, Adjutant; Timothy Babcock, Quarter- 
master; Saml. Hnrlburt, Jr., Paymaster; Jos.Eldridge, 
Chaplain; Calvin Cook, Surgeon; Lyman Case, Sur- 
geon's Mate ; Robert Williams, Sergeant Major; Sam- 
uel Roberts, Quartermaster Sergeant ; Elias Case, Fife 
Major ; Geo. Brown, Drum Major. 



Captains. 
Wm. Watson 
Fred'k. Murray 
Owen Case 
J. K. Shepherd 
Henry Knapp 
Harlow Cook 
Charles Selden 



Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

G. W. Henderson Edwin Raymond 



R. Phelps John Adams 

R. S. Nosburg Geo. W. Merrill 
Jason Hitchcock Harlow Roys 
John J. Johnson Eleazer Holt 
Milton Smith Lev r i L. Deming 
John Richards Abner M. Rice 

Wm. S. S. White John Kellogg -Jemmy Jewett 
Light Infantry. 

Lucius Griswoid Edw. A. Doolittle Henry Coe 

Freeman Graham Ab. S. Kellogg Wm. Warner 
Riflemen. 

Nelson Coe Wm. Sanford Lucius Woodford 



MILITIA. 99 

THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Winchester, Sha- 
ron, Salisbury, Canaan, Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, 
Harwinton, Cornwall, and Warren. 

Isaac Morse, Colonel. 

Royal J. Watson, Major. 
Linus G. Morse, Adjutant; John Carter, Quarter- 
master; James Watson, Paymaster; Gad Smith, Chap- 
lain; Stanley F. Griswold, Surgeon; Chas. Edwards, 
Surgeon's Mate; Leonard Williams, Sergeant Major; 
Oliver Austin, Quartermaster Sergeant; J. H. Payne, 
Trumpet Major. 

First Troop. Third Troop. 

Moses E. Peck, Captain Lyman Norih, Captain 
Hiram Abells, 1st Lieut .Hiram Sage, 1st Lieut 
Geo. W. Smith, 2d Lieut D. L. Williams, 2d Lieut 
S. H. Harrison, Cornet Wm. J. Norton, Cornet 

Second Troop. Fourth Troop. 

Hiram Barber, Captain Wm. N. Buell, Captain 
W. B. Wilson, 1st Lieut Lewis H. Morse, 1st Lieut 
A. A. Gillet, 2d Lieut Andrew Merwin, 2d Lieut 

Henry Humphrey, Cornet Silas E. Tracy, Cornet 

JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Charles Chapman, Esq., for Hartford County. 
Jonathan Stoddard, Esq., for New Haven County. 
Asa Roath, Esq., for New London County. 
Timothy T. Merwin, Esq., for Fairfield County. 
Simon Davis, Esq., for Windham County. 
Origen S. Seymour, Esq., for Litchfield County. 
Jonathan Barnes, Esq., for Middlesex County. 
John P. Dorman, Esq., for Tolland County. 

Aggregate number of Militia in Connecticut. 

General Staff, 61 

Infantry, Light Infantry, and Riflemen, - 23^283 

Cavalry, - 1,031 

Artillery, 2,427 

Total, 26,802 



100 INCORPORATED CITIES. 

COMMISSIONERS, 

(Appointed by the Governor,) 

To distribute the Arms belonging to the State f 

Samuel L. Pitkin, James T, Pratt. 



United States Pension Agent for Connecticut. — 
Gen. Samuel L. Pitkin. (Office at Hartford.) 

Number of pensioners residing in Connecticut, 2,494 ; 
of which, 86 are invalid pensioners. 

450 are under the Act of March 18, 1818. 
4*2 are under the Act of May 15, 1828. 
1679 are under the Act of June 7, 1832. 
237 are widows, Act of Jnly 4, 1836. " 
$251, 668 44, was disbursed at the Agent's office du- 
ring the year ending first July, 1837. 

Incorpo rated Cities, 

HARTFORD. 

Henry Hudson, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Jeremy Hoadley, David F. Robinson, 

Thomas K. Brace, Job Allyn. 

Common Council. — Henry Barnard, Wm. Hayden, 
Philemon Canfield, Ezra S. Hamilton, Joseph Church, 
Nathaniel Woodhouse, James B. Shultas, S. G. Bough- 
ton, Cbauncey G. Smith, Hazleton Walkley, Asahel 
Saunders, James B. Hosmer, Daniel Copeland, George 
Putnam, S. H. Huntington, Perry Smith, Philip Rip- 
ley, T. H. Marshall, Leonard Kennedy, Jr., Samuel 
Belcher. 

Sheriffs. — Benjamin Hastings, Nathaniel Morgan. 

Clerk. — William Conner. 

Treasurer. — Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Collector. — Benj. Hastings. 

Auditor. — Elisha Dodd. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. 
Annual Meeting 3d Monday in April. 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 101 

NEW HAVEN. 

Henry C. Flagg, Mayor. 

Aldermen and Judges. 

Caleb Brintnall, | Benjamin Beecher, 

Aldermen. 
Enos A. Prescott, | Isaac Mix. 

^ Common Council. — Ezra Hotchkiss, Fred. Lines, 
Elisha L. Silliman, Levi Gilbert, 2d, John B. Robert- 
son, Zelotes Day, George Rowland, Charles J. Allen, 
Alfred Daggett, Henry Peck, Israel Harrison, Sidney 
Hull, Solomon Collis, Sidney M. Stone, Nahum Hay- 
ward, Isaac H. Townsend, Judson Curtis, Amos Brad- 
ley, George B. Rich, John Ritter. 

Sherins. — Scovill Hinman, Joseph Fairchild. 
Clerk, Elisha Munson. 
Treasurer, Amos Townsend, Jr. 
Collector. — Gardiner Morse. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month. 
Annual Meeting first Monday in June. 



NEW LONDON. 

Jirah Isham, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Thomas S. Perkins, Wanton A. Weaver, 

Benjamin Stark, Francis Allyn. . 

Common Council. — Samuel Chany, George Potterj 
Jr., Giles Dart, Charles S. Stockman, Wm. Tate, Jr., 
John Grace, Amos Stark, Wm. I. Gray, Christopher C. 
Comstock, B.C. Baxter, Acors Barnes, Charles Chap- 
man. 

City Clerk. — Henry Douglass. 

Treasurer. — Robert Coit. 

Agent. — Wm. F. Brainard. 

Sheriffs. — Isaac Treby, Henry Harris. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month, 
Annual Meeting first Monday in June, 



102 INCORPORATED CITIES, 

NORWICH. 

Charles W. Rockwell, Mayor, 
Aldermen. 

Gurdon Chapman, | John Breed, 

Jedediah Huntington, | J. G. W. Trumbull. 

Common Council. — Samuel Tyler, Amos Cobb, 
Charles Coit, Horatio Willey, Gurdon Pendleton, Gur- 
don A. Jones, James Spalding, George Hilliard, Geo. 
B. Ripley, Joseph Backus, R,oswell W. Roath, Arthur 
F. Gillman, Oliver Allen, Charles Denison, Denison B. 
Tucker, John Prentice, Wm. A. Buckingham,* Frede- 
rick Lester, Elijah A. Bill, David Congdon. 

Clerk. — Geo. Perkins. 

Treasurer. — Lyman Brewer. 

Sheriffs.— Frederick Prentice, A. G. Frink. 

City Court held on the 2d Monday in each month, 
Annual Meeting first Monday in June. 



MIDDLETOWN. 

Elijah Hubbard, Mayor. 
Aldermen. 

Samuel Russell, Richard Hubbard, 

Wm. L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor. 

Common Council. — Wm. S. Camp, Eph. Crofoot, 
David Allen, Micah Sill, Wm. Southmayd, Jr., Al- 
fred Southmayd, David D. Parmelee, William Wood- 
ward, Henry Paddock. 

John Fisk, City Clerk and Treasurer, and Clerk of 
City Court. 

Sheriffs. — Harvey Treadvvay, Daniel Samson. 

Collector. — Daniel Samson. 

Annual Meeting third Monday in January. City 
Court held second Tuesday in each month. 



BRIDGEPORT. 
Daniel Sterling, Mayor. 



BOROUGHS. 103 

Aldermen. 

Matthew Curtis, Charles B. Hubbell, 

Edmond Fanton, Josiah Hubbell. 

Common Council. — Abijah Hawley, Daniel O. 
Wheeler, Chas. Deforest, Edwin Porter, James Betts, 
Joel Thorp, Sherwood Sterling, Titus C. Mather, Da- 
vid Hubbell, 3d, Samuel Niles, Isaac Sherman, Jr., 
Reuben Tweedy, Seth B. Jones, Richard Hyde, Lem- 
uel Coleman, Han ford Lyon, Stephen Hawley, Ed- 
mund Thompson, Charles Foote, Francis Peet. 

Clerk. — Ira Sherman. 

Treasurer. — Joseph Thompson. 

Sheriff.— Samuel B. Middlebrook. 



BOROU&HS. 



COLCHESTER. 

Frederick Morgan, Warden. 
Burgesses. — J. B. Wheeler, E. W. Parsons, A. B. 
Isham, M. W. Hutchins, D. B. Carroll, A. B. Pierce. 
Clerk. — E. Edmondson. 
Treasurer. — J. B. Wheeler. 
Bailiff.— J. C. Bulkley. 



GUILFORD. 

George Hart, Warden. 

Burgesses.— Bela Stone, Anson Foote, Miles Mun- 
ger, Frederick W. Fowler, Nathaniel R. Landon, 
Wiliam Hale. 

Clerk.— Richard Weld. 

Bailiff. — Samuel E. Stone. 



STAMFORD. 

Sands Adams, Warden. 
Burgesses. — A. N. Holly, Ezra Scofield, James W. 
Hoyt, Smith Scott. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — Seymor Jarvis. 
Borough Agent. — Joshua B. Ferris. 



104 BANKS. 

BERLIN. 

Josiah Edwards, Warden. - 

Burgesses. — Horatio Gridley, Joseph Booth, Jr., Wil- 
liam Bulkley, Justus Bulkley, Isaac Dobson, Jacob S. 
Brandegee. 

Bailiff. — Horace Beckle} r . 

Treasurer. — Daniel Dunbar, 

Clerk. — Edward Wilcox. 



ESSEX. 

Gurdon Smith,' Warden. 
George Post, Clerk and Treasurer. 



STONINGTON. 

George Hubbard, Warden. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Trumbull, James B. Hosmer, 
Barzillai Hudson, M. W. Chapin, James Cowles, D. 
P. Robinson, Erastus Ellsworth, David Watkinson, 
H. B. Chaffee, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, C. 
H. Brainard. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays/Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September, 
Capital stock $1,113,000. 



PHCENJX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 
John L. Bunce, Cashier. 






BANKS. 105 

Directors — George Beach, Samuel Tudor, Martin 
Cowles, Henry Shepard, George Plummer, Thomas 
Belknap, Cyprian Nichols, Eliphalet Averill, Thomas 
K. Brace, John W. Bull, Harvey Seymour. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount Days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 
Capital $1,113,000. 

BRANCH OF THE PHOENIX BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Asa Bacon, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors — Asa Bacon, O. S. Seymour, George C. 
Woodruff, Charles C. Deming, Samuel Buel, John C. 
CofTing, David S. Boardman. 

Origen S. Seymour, Attorney for the Bank. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY. 

Alfred Smith, President. 
Horatio Alden, Cashier. 
Directors — Alfred Smith, William H. Imlay, Daniel 
Buck, Stephen Spencer, S. B. Grant, Miles A. Tuttle, 
James H. W r ells, Nathaniel Cotton, Joseph Church. 
Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Capital stock, $500,000. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS' BANK. 

(United Slates Deposite Bank.) 
Samuel L. Pitkin, President. 
William T. Hooker, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel L. Pitkin, Joseph Pratt, Luther 
Loomis, Jesse Savage, Horace Goodwin, 2d, William 
S. Hollabird, Albert Day, Lemuel Humphrey, Alex- 
ander H. Pomeroy, Alva Gilman, G. P. Grant, Jasper 
Hyde. Timothy Williams on the part of the State. 

Isaac Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 



106 BANKS. 

Hours of business from 9 to 1, and from 2 to 4 o'clock. 
Dividends, 1st Monday in May and November. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 
Capital stock $500,000, wiih liberty to increase to 

SI, 000,000. 
Gen. Samuel L. Pitkin, United States' Agent for pay- 
ing Pensioners, in Connecticut. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors — Roderick Terry, H. Huntington, Jr., L. 
B. Hanks, L. Kennedy, Jr., Charles Boswell, Win, W, 
Ellsworth, Tertius Wadsworth, S. G. Boughton, Adrian 
Janes, E. W. Bull, Willis Thrall, Jeffrey O. Phelps, A. 
S. Porter. 

Charles M. Emmerson, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 
Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, 
Caleb Brintnall, Roger S. Baldwin, Augustus R. Street, 
Zebnl Bradley, John H. DeForest, Isaac H. Townsend, 
Timothy Bishop. 
Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 
Annual meeting, first Thursdavin Julv. 
Capital stock, $335,000. 



MECHANICS' BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 
John W. Fitch, Cashier. 
Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clarke, Russell 
Hotchkiss, Simeon Marble, Nathan Peck, Jr., Levi 
Gilbert, Chas. A. Ingersoll, Caleb Mix, Laban Smith. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. 



BANKS. 107 

Annual meeting, first Monday in July. 
Capital stock, #300,000. 

CITY BANK OF NEW HAVEN. 

^neas Monson, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — iEneas Monson, Samuel St. John, Her- 
vey Sanford, John Babcock, Joshua Atwater, John 
Beach, Oliver Bryan, "William M. Smith, Samuel R. 
Hotchkiss. 

Capital $500,000, all paid in. 
John Beach, Attorney. 
Discount days, Monday and Thursday. 
Hours of business from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 1 to 
3 P.M. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 
Henry Hotchkiss, President. 

Cashier. 

Directors — Henry Hotchkiss, Samuel J. Hitchcock, 
Lewis Hotchkiss, Smith Tuttle, John Hunt, Jr., Elam 
Hull, John S. Mitchell, Nathaniel R. Clark, Caleb Mix. 
Annual meeting, first Wednesday in July. 
Capital stock $500,000, all paid in. 

MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 
Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha 
A. Cowles, Noah Pomeroy, James S. Brooks, Stephen 
Taylor, Ambrose Ives, Samuel Mather, E. H. Curtiss. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 
Jonathan Starr, Jr., President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 
Directors — Jonathan Starr, Jr., Jonathan Starr, Rob- 
ert Coit, John O. Miner, William P. Cleaveland, Jr., 



108 BANKS. 

Archibald Mercer, Edward Hallam, William Sterne, 
George R. Lewis, Alfred White, Richard McCurdy, 
Cbas. S. Stockman, Joseph Huntington. 

Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr., Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. Hours of 
business, from* 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in June. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

NEW LONDON BANK. 
Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Thos. 
W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Jonathan Coit, A. Thatcher, Thos. 3. Perkins, 
Benj. Brown, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of 
business, from' 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 
Capital stock, $150,000. 

WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON. 

Coddington Billings, President. 
Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 
Directors — Coddington Billings, Lyman Law, Jos. 
Lawrence, John Brandegee, Wanton A. Weaver, Ab- 
ner Bassett, S. K. Smith, Adam Frink, Acors Barnes, 
Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Wm. H. Swift. 

Wm. F. Brainard, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from'lO to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital stock, $300,000. 

NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — Jabez Huntington, John L. Buswell, 
Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah Huntington, Jonathan 



BANKS. 109 

G. W. Trumbull, Jacob W. Kinney, Benjamin Coit, 
John Isham, Rnssel Hubbard. 

George Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 

Annual Meeting, in June. Dividends in January and 

July.— Capital stock, $210,000. 

THAMES BANK. 
William P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. P. Greene, Calvin Goddard, Amos 
H. Hubbard, Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Hen- 
ry M. Waite, James Stedman, Walter Lester, Gurdon 
Chapman, 

Annual Meeting, in June. — Dividends in March and 
September.— Capital stock, $200,000. 

Q.UINEBAUG BANK. 

[United States Deposite Bank.] 
Chas. W. Rockwell, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles W. Bockwell, George L. Per- 
kins, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, John Breed, Jo- 
seph Backus, Charles Coit, Wm. K. Eaton. 

John A. Rockwell, Attorney to the Bank. 
Capital stock, $500,000. 

MERCHANTS' BANK. 

Wm. Williams, Jr., President. 
Jos. Williams, Cashier. 
Directors — Wm. Williams, Jr., N. H. Fitch, Stephen 
Fitch, Saml. Kellogg, Sherwood Raymond, Epaphras 
Porter, Lewis Hyde, Joseph H. Doane, John Brewster, 
Chas. P. Huntington, Elijah A. Bill, H.B.Bucking- 
ham, Samuel Tyler, Henry B. Tracy. 

Annual Meeting, in September. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Capital stock,* $150,000. 

STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 



110 BANKS. 

Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Ephraim Williams, Charles W. Phelps, 
Gurdon Trumbull, Benjamin Pomeroy, Jesse D. Noyes, 
Giles Hallam. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital stock, $53,000. 

MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d, Cashier. 
Directors — Elias Brown, Elisha Faxon, Elisha Haley, 
John Hyde, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, Stephen Haley, 
Elias Hewitt, David Baldwin, Jeremiah Holmes, Hen- 
ry Harding, Samuel F. Denison, Mason Manning. 
Discount day, Tuesday. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 

JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Joseph S. Gladding, President. 
John Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — Josephs. Gladding, Nathan'l Coit, Wm. 
F. Clark, Amos Cobb, Lucius Tyler, M. T. Richards, 
Charles Johnson, Jeremiah S. Webb, Daniel Packer, 
Jr., Joel Hyde, Roswell Adams. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 

BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvan us Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors — Jesse Sterling, Daniel Sterling, Freeman 
C. Bassett, Mark Moore, Philip A. Cannon, Stephen 
Tomlinson, James F. Bunnell, Wm. B. Dyer, Ira 
Peck. 
Notes must be presented on or before Thursday. 
Discounts made on Friday. 

Hours of business from 9 lo 12 A. M., and from 2 to 
4 P. M. Annual Meeting of Stockholders, 1st Wed- 
nesday in July. 

Capital stock, #200,000. 



BANKS. Ill 

CONNECTICUT BANK. 
Daniel Thatcher, President. 
Charles Foote, Cashier. 
Directors — Enoch Foote, S. B.Jones, David Brooks, 
Nathaniel Wade, Daniel Fayerweather, Samuel Strat- 
ton, Fitch Wheeler, Lyman Hine, Josiah Hubbcll. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting of Stockholders, in September. 
Capital stock, $300,000. 

BRANCH BANK AT DANBURY. 

Samuel Tweedy, President. 
Aaron Seelye, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel Tweedy, Isaac H. Seelye, Starr 
Henry, Samuel Stebbins, Jarvis Brush, Henry Beers. 

STAMFORD BANK. 
John W. Leeds, President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 
Directors — J. W. Leeds, Theodore Davenport, John 
Dean, Daniel Lockwood, Sands Adams, Samuel Lock- 
wood, Willis R. Rich, J. L. Bush, Stephen Smith, J. 
Camp, Jr., Stephen Hoyt, Jr. 

Charles Hawley, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount davs, Tuesdays and Fridavs. Hours of 
business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Dividends, 1st Monday in March and September. 
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, 1st Monday 
in May. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 

FAIRFIFLD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, Jr., Cashier. 

BRANCH OF CONNECTICUT BANK, AT 
SOUTHPORT. 
Jeremiah Sturges, President, 
Jonathan Bulklev, Cashier. 



112 BANKS. 

WINDHAM COUNTY BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, E. C. Eaton, 
John McClellan, John Gallup, 3d, B. P. Spalding, 
Wm. Putnam, E. Fogg, H. G. Taintor, A. Hammond, 
Geo. P. Bradford, Adams White. 

A. T. Judson, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Meeting. 2d Monday in June. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. * 

Joel W. White, Cashier. 
Directors — John Baldwin, Chas. Smith, Jesse Spaf- 
ford, Justin Swift, Hez. Hammond, Royal S. White, 
Thos. Gray, John Webb, Jr., Wm. Smith, E. G. Ham- 
mond, Horace Gaylord. C. F. Cleaveland, on the part 
of the State. 

Thomas Gray, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount day, Thursday. 

Annual Meeting. 2d Wednesday in September. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 

THOMPSON BANK, 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 
Directors — Talcott Crosby, Wm. H. Mason, Jona- 
than Nichols, Simon Davis, Wm. Read, Wm. Fisher, 
Franklin Nichols, John Bates, Stephen Crosby, Jr., 
Edward Lippott, Vernon Stiles, Leonard Ballow\ 
Simon Davis, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in January. 
Discount days, Tuesdavs and Fridays. 
Capital stock, $ 100,000. 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
D. Ames, Jr., Cashier. 



BANKS. 113 

Directors— Elijah Hubbard, Samuel D. Hubbard, 
Richard Hubbard, William L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, 
Wm. J. French, Ralph Goodrich, Elishama Brande- 
gee, Denis Camp, Jesse G. Baldwin. Clark Elliott, on 
the part of the State. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount days. Tuesdays and Fridays. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors — Samuel Russell, Jos. W. Alsop, Henrr 
L. Dekoven, John Alsop, William C. Bowers, Eben'r 
Jackson, Jr., Eli Wilcox, Wm. S. Camp, Randolph 
Pease, Elijah H. Roberts, John Stewart, Joseph Hall , 
Tim'y Starkey, Nathaniel Bacon. State Directors— 
N. A. Phelps, E. L. H. Chamberlain, John Wyse. 
Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney for the Bank, 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital stock, $200,000. 

EAST HADDAM BANK. 

Noah Bulkley, President. 
Thomas C. Bordman, Cashier. 
J. C. Palmer, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital stock, $75,000. 

TOLLAND COUNTY BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President. 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, every Wednesday. 
Annual meeting, 3d Monday in October. 
Capital stock, $75,000. 

BRIDGEPORT WHALING COMPANY, 
Reuben Fairchild, President. 
Silas Turney, Treasurer. 
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114 SAVINGS* BANKS. 



SAVINGS' BANKS. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS' BANK. 
Ward Woodbridge, President. 
Vice Presidents — James H. Wells, Charles Sigour- 
ney, Isaac Perkins, Wm. Ely, Cyprian Nichols, Saml, 
Tudor, James B. Hosmer, Charles Hosmer > John But- 
ler, Barzillai Hudson, Thomas K. Brace, Stephen 
Spencer. 

Trustees — Solomon Porter, Charles Seymour, Jere- 
my Hoadley, George Putnam, Richard Bigelow, Henry 
A, Perkins, Albert Day, Joshua P. Burnham, Francis 
Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John VV. Bull, Haynes L, 
Porter, Jesse Savage, A. M. Collins, Edward Goodwin, 
Ezra S. Hamilton, Philemon Canfield, Wm. Rogers, 
Thomas C. Perkins, F. W. Bull, Royal R. Himnan-, 
John Beach, Thomas Smith, and John Warburton. 
Haynes L. Porter, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 

NEW LONDON SAVINGS' BANK. 
Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Ezra Chappell. 
Directors — Archibald Mercer, William P. Cleave- 
land, Jr., Chas. S. Stockman, Edward Learned, Thos„ 
S. Perkins. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 

NORWICH SAVINGS' BANK. 
Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Vice Presidents — John L. Boswell, George L. Per- 
kins, Joseph Williams, William Williams, Jr. 

Directors and Trustees— F. A. Perkins, Amos Cobb, 
Benjamin Huntington, John Breed, J. W. Kinney. 
J. Huntington, Treasurer and Secretary. 
Annual meeting in June. 
Amount of deposites, $2*26,607 01, 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 116 

ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK. 
Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 
Election of officers, October 2d. 

TOWN DEPOSITE FUND AT STRATFORD. 

Josiah Gorham, Treasurer. 
David Brooks, Agent. 



Insurance Companies. 

FIRE AND MARINE. 



PROTECTION— Hartford. 
David F. Robinson, President. 
James L. Goodman, Secretary. 
Annual election, in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 

NEW LONDON— New London. 
Richard Law, President. 
Coleby Chew, Secretary. 
Directors — Richard Law, Jonathan Coit, Thomas 
W. Williams, Andrew M. Frink, Benjamin Brown, 
Asa Otis, George R. Lewis, Francis Allyn, Acors 
Barnes, Jedediah Huntington, Asa Fish, Guidon 
Trumbull. 
Annual election, in July. 

Capital stock, $250,000. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

J. G. Bolles, Secretary. 
Directors — Eliphalet Terry, S. H. Huntington, H. 
Huntington, Jr., Edwin D. Morgan, Albert Day, Saml. 
Williams, Job Allyn, George Putnam, Junius S. Mor- 
gan. 



116 INSURANCE COMPANIES,, 

Annual Meeting, 1st Thursday in June, 
Capital stock, $150,000. 

jETNA— Hartford. 
Thomas K. Brace, President. 
James M. Goodman, Secretary. 
Annual election, in June. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 

NORWICH FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

Win. William?, Jr., President. 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Directors — Wm. Williams, Jr., George L. Perkins r 
John L. Boswell, Charles P. Huntington, C. Billings. 
Joseph Williams, Jacob B. Gurley, J. G. W. Trum- 
bull, Frederick Prentice. 

N. &. W. W. Billings, Agents at New London. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 
Incorporated in 1819.— Capital $100,000. 

NORWICH MUTUAL ASSURANCE. 
Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant 
Treasurer. Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Incorporated in 1795. Annual Meeting, 2d Monday 
in January. Capital stock, $6,666 

MUTUAL ASSURANCE AND INSURANCE 
COMPANIES. 



HARTFORD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE. 

David Grant, President. 
Ward Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Charles Shepard, Secretary. 
Pledged Capital, $230,000.— Cash in the Treasury, 
$3,300.— Number of members, 3,400. 

GREEN WOODS (WINCHESTER) MUTUAL 
FIRE INSURANCE. 
Uriel Tuitle, President. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 117 

Elijah P. Grant, Secretary. 
Theron Rockwell, Treasurer. 

WINDHAM CO. MUTUAL INSURANCE. 

Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams White, Secretary. 

TOLLAND CO. MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE. 

Ariel Ladd, President. 
• Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in June. 
Capital stock, $30,000. 

MIDDLESEX MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 

Office in Middletown. 
Richard Hubbard, President. 
John L. Smith, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors— Richard Hubbard, W. S. Camp, W. D. 
Starr, W. J. French, J. L. Smith, Edwin Stearns, Samf. 
Miner, Isaac Warner, Arden Grover, John White, 
Chas. Arnold, Joshua L'Hommedieu, George Read, 
Richard P. Williams, R. E. Pratt, E. A.Elliott, Hiram 
Barton, Nathan Jewett, Jr. 



Litchfield Mutual Assurance. 
Phineas Miner, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary. 

Berlin Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 
Charles A. Goodrich, President. 
Daniel Dunbar, Secretary. 
Capital, $160,000. 

Windsor Manufacturing Company. 
Henry Huntington, Jr. President. 
Directors — Parsons Rose, Francis Parsons, D. F. 
Robinson, Samuel Williams. 

Francis Parsons, Secretary. 
John H. Strong, Treasurer. 
Sumner Brown, Superintendent. 



118 COMPANIES. 

Norwich Water Power Company. 
Edward Whiting, President. 
Charles J. Lanman, Secretary, Treasurer, and Gen- 
eral Agent. 

Directors — E. Whiting, Amos H. Hubbard, Russell 
Hubbard, W. P. Eaton, Charles W. Rockwell, John 
A. Rockwell, J. C. W. Trumbull. 
Capital, $80,000. 



New Haven and New York Packets — Old Line. 
Stephen Trowbridge, Agent. 



Boston Line, New Haeen. 
Prescott & Co., Proprietors. 



Union Wharf Company, New Haven, 
Roger Sherman, Treasurer. 
E. A. Prescott, Wharfinger. 



Hartford Bridge. 

Grifrm Stedman, President. 

Christopher C. Lyman, Clerk and Treasurer, 

Norwich Wharf. 
James T. Richards, Treasurer. 
Trustees — Charles W. Rockwell, Thomas Robinson , 
William P. Greene. 



Norwich Market. 

William C. Gilman, President. 

Lyman Brewer, Secretary and Treasurer. 



New Haven Steam Boat Company. 

Laban Smith, President. 

C. W. Hinman, Agent. 

Directors — Wm. J. Forbes, Caleb Brintnall, John 

Babcock, Charles Atwater, Joseph N. Clark, Elihu 

Sanford. 



Railroads, &c. 1 19 

RAID ROADS, &c. 

New York, Providence, and Boston. 
Ephraim Williams, Stonington, President 



Hartford and New Haven. 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, President. 
Directors. — Samuel J. Hitchcock, John S. Mitchell, 
Philip S.Galpin, William H. Elliot, John T. Clark, 
New Haven; George Putnam, James Goodwin, Jr., 
Hartford; Morris Ketchum, New York ; Elisha A> 
Cowles, Meriden. Secretary. — O. Pease. 
General Agent. — John T. Clark. 
Treasurer. — Wm. H. Elliott. 



Housatonic. 
Capital Stock, $800,000. 
President. — Hon. Gideon Tomlinson. 
Directors. — Sam'l Simons, Asa Pickett, Anan Hine, 
Peter Bierce, Cornwall ; Philo Hurd, Edwin Porter, 
Bridgeport ; New Milford, Alpheus Fuller, Kent ; 
Wm. P. Burrall, Canaan. 
Secretary.— Wm. H. Noble. 
Treasurer. — Daniel Thatcher* 
R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer, 



New Haven and Northampton Canal Company. 
Dennis Kimberly, President. 

Directors. — Dennis Kimberly, Wm. Mix, Nathan 
Peck, Justus Harrison, Nath'l A. Bacon, Marcus Mer- 
riman, Jr., New Haven ; Samuel Hinckley, Winthrop 
Hyllyer, Jonathan Strong, Northampton. 

Secretary and Treasurer. — Nathaniel A. Bacon, 

Collector.— Eli Mix, 2d. 

Wharfinger. — George Hotchkiss. 



Groton Monument Association. 
Charles Bulkeley, President. 
Vice. Presidents. — Samuel Green, Calvin Willey, 
Noyes Barber, Thomas S. Perkins, Nathan Johnson, 



120 SOCIETIES. 

Daniel Burrows, Richard Law, William Williams, 
Joseph Eaton, Latham Avery, Samuel F. Denison^ 
Adam Larrabe, Elijah Bailey. 

Building Committee. — Charles Bulkeley, Lyman 
Law, Adam Larrabe, Elii'ah Bailey. 

Secretary. — Leonard H. Bulkeley. 

Treasurer. — Noyes Barber. 

Hale Monument Association. 
His Ex. Henry W. Edwards, President. 
Vice Presidents. — Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Hon. 
Andrew T. Judson, Channcey Howard, Esq. 
Secretary. — John W. Eoynton. 
Treasurer. — Dr. Nathan Howard. 
Auditor. — Ebenezer Root. 



Mutual Aid Association. 
William L. Mansfield, President. 
Elijah Gilbert, Jr., Vice President, 
Gardner Morse, Secretary. 
Alfred Daggett, Treasurer. 
Standing Committee — William Jennings, Leverett 
Shepard, William C. Janes, John K. Johnston, George 
Lines, Abraham A. Thompson. 



Hartford County Temperance Society. 
John T. Norton, President. 
Vice Presidents — Joseph Wright, D. B. Buck, Chas. 
Sherman, Pardon Brown. 

Directors— A. M. Collins, B. W. Greene, B. Hudson, 
Solomon Olmsted. 

D. Hemenway, Secretary. 
M. A. Kellogg, Treasurer. 



Windham County Temperance Society. 
Vine Robinson, Esq., President. 
Erastus Lester, 1st Vice President. 
John Paine, Esq., 2d Vice President. 
Rev. George J. Tillotson, Secretary. 
Paniel C. Robinson, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 121 

New London Temperance Society. 
Ebenezer Learned, President. 
Luke W. Rogers, Secretary. 
Charles Butler, Jr., Treasurer. 



Middlesex County Temperance Society. 
Col. Samuel C. Sheldon, President. 
Vice Presidents — George Reed, Amos Sheffield, 
Charles M'Curdy, Richard Rand, Daniel White. 
Henry Wooster, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Benjamin H. Catlin, m. d., Assistant Secretary. 



Connecticut Peace Society. 
William W. Ellsworth, President. 
[Rev. George C. Beckwith, Agent of the American 
Peace Society.] 

Hartford County Peace Society. 
Solomon Olmsted, President. 
Vice Presidents— Samuel Woodruff, Barzillai D. 
Buck, Martin Kellogg, Pardon Brown. 

Daniel Hemenway, Secretary. 
M. A. Kellogg, Treasurer. 

Young Men's Temperance Society of Griswold. 

Alexander H. Lester, President. 
Vice Presidents — Edwin B. Meech, John C. Ed- 
mond, Charles E. Leonard. 

Joel Button, Secretary. 
James Greenman, Treasurer. 



Hale Donation, 
For promoting Christian Knowledge. 
Rev. Chauncey Booth, Secretary and Librarian. 
Nathan Howard, President. 
Elisha Stearns, Treasurer. 
Trustees— JEfcev. George A. Calhoun, Rev. Lyman 
Strong, Rev. Alpha Miller, Samuel Alvord. 

Annual meeting of Trustees 4th Monday in Oct, 



122 COLLEGES. 

New London County Agricultural Society. 
Calvin Goddard, President. 
Vice Presidents^— Learned Hebard, of Lebanon; 
Charles A. Lewis, of New London \ and Eliphalet 
Huntington, of Lebanon. 

Henry Carpenter, of Norwich, Corresponding Sec'y. 
Levi H. Goddard, of Norwich, Recording Secretary. 

Hartford Natural History Society. 
Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, D. D., President. 
Vice Presidents — J. Smith Rogers, J. L. Comstock, 
N. Johnson. 
Erastus Smith, Corresponding Secretary. 
W. M. Durand, Recording Secretary. 
Curators— J P. Brace, J. L. Comstock, W. W. Tur- 
ner, S. H. Huntington, E. P. Terry, David Dodge. 
H. Huntington, Jr., Treasurer. 
D. L. Stewart, Librarian. 



COLLEGES and ACADEMIES. 



YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 

CORPORATION. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d> 

His Exc. Henry W. Edwards, ll. d. 

His Honor Ebenezer Stoddard. 

Rev. Daniel Smith. 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s.t. d. 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 

Rev. Noah Porter, s. t. d. 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. Abel M'Ewen. 

Rev. Diodate Brockway. 

Hon. John Stewart. 



COLLEGES. 123 

Hon. Charles Hawley. 
Hon. James Beebe. 
Hon. James C. Loomis. 
Hon. Peter Bierce. 
Hon. Bela P. Spaulding. 
Hon. Ozias Roberts. 
Rev. Samuel R. Andrew. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner, Esq. 
Steward — Caleb Mix, Esq. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Kent Professor of Law. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d. Professor of Chemis- 
try, Pharmacy, Mineralogy, and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of the Latin 
Language and Literature. 

Eli Ives, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Practice 
*e*of Physic. 

William Tully, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. Dwight Profes- 
sor of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and 
Physiology. 

Timothy P. Beers, m. d. Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Professor of Sacred Litera- 
ture. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq., Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, s. t. d. Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncey A. Goodrich, s. t. d. Professor of 
Rhetoric and Oratory. 



124 COLLEGES. 

Derrison Olmsied, a. m. Professor of Natural Philo- 
sophy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. m. Professor of the Greek 
Language and Literature. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m. Professor Elect of Mathe- 
matics. 

Charles U. Shepard, a. e. Lecturer in Natural His- 
tory. 

John O. Colton, a. m. Tutor in Latin. , 

Seth C. Brace, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Samuel W. S. Dutton, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Nathan P. Seymour, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

Samuel G. Whittlesey, a. m. Tutor in Natural Phi- 
losophy, 

Alfred Emerson, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Charles A. Gager, a. b. Tutor in Latin. 

John L. Taylor, a. b. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Erasmus D. North, m. d. Instructor in Elocution. 

Erancois Turner, Bachelier-es-Lettres, et Licence en 
Droit dans l'Universite de France. Instructor in the 
French Language. 

Robert Bake well, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 

Evangelinus A. Sophocles, a. m. Instructor in Mod- 
ern Greek. 

Benjamin Silliman, Jr., a. b. Assistant to the Profes- 
sor of Chemistry. 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Silas Fuller, m. d., Thomas Miner, m. d., Luther 
Ticknor, m. d., Dyer T. Brainard, m. d., Earl Swift, 
m. d., David S. Dodge, m. d. 



THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

The instructors in the Theological Department are 
a Professor of Didactic Theology, a Professor of Sa- 
cred Literature, and the Professors of Divinity and of 
Rhetoric in the classical department of the College. 



COLLEGES. 125 

The whole course of instruction occupies three 
years; and the students are divided into Junior, Mid- 
dle, and Senior Classes. 

The time of admission is at the commencement of 
the first collegiate term. 



THE LAW SCHOOL. 

The Law School is under the direction of the Hon. 
David Daggett, ll. D.,late Chief Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Connecticut, and Professor of Law; and 
Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq., Attorney and Counsellor 
at Law. 



THE MEDICAL INSTITUTION. 

The Instructors in the Medical Institution, are a 
Professor of Surgery, a Professor of Chemistry and 
Pharmacy, a Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
Physic, a Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeu- 
tics, a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology, and a 
Professor of Obstetrics. 

The Lectures commence the second week in Novem- 
ber, and terminate the last week in February. During 
the course, from 50 to 100 lectures are given by each 
Professor. 

Summary. — Theological Students, 82; Law Students, 
S3; Medical Sudents, 48 ; Seniors, 70; Juniors, 102; 
Sophomores, 127; Freshmen, 104; Undergraduates, 
403; Total, 564. 

Commencement — Third Wednesday of August. 

Vacations — There are three vacations in a year ; one 
of six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the third 
Wednesday in August; the second, two weeks from 
the first Wednesday in January; and the third, four 
weeks from the last Wednesday in April. 



126 



COLLEGES. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE— HARTFORD, 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Totten, a. m., President, 
And Hobart Professor of Belles Lettres and Oratory. 

J. Smith Rogers, m. d., Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralogy. 

Charles Davies, Seabury Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a. m., College Professor of Math- 
ematics and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Caleb J. Good, a. m., Professor of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 

George Sumner, m. d., Professor of Botany. 

Hon. W. W. Ellsworth, Professor of Law. 

Abner Jackson, a. b. Tutor. 

Annual Commencement, 1st Tuesday of August. 



TRUSTEES. 



Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, 

D. D., L. L. D. 

Rev. Silas Totten, 
Rev. Frederick Holcomb, 
Rev. Wm. Jarvis, 
Rev. Smith Pyne, 
Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d., 
Rev. Stephen Jewett, 
Rev. Bethel Judd, d. d., 
Rev. N, S. Wheaton, d. r>., 
Rev. Allen C. Morgan, 
Rev. George Burgess, 
Charles Sigourney, 
Richard Adams, 



Jonathan Starr, Jr., 
Wm. W. Boardman,. 
Wm. H. Imlay, 
Samuel Tudor, 
Saml. H. Huntington, 
David Watkinson, 
Wm. H. Scovill, 
Ward Woodbridge, 
Hon. Gideon Tomlinson, 

LL. D., 

Hon. Isaac Toucey, 
Hon. John S. Peters, ll. d., 
Seth P. Beers, 
Thomas Belknap. 



WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY— MIDDLETOWN. 

[Incorporated in 1831.] 

CORPORATION TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d., IRev. Laban Clark, a. m. 



COLLEGES. 



127 



Rev. Heman Bangs, 
Rev. Joseph A. Merrill, 
Rev. John W. Hardy, 
Abraham Avery, 
Hon. Isaac Kellogg, 
Aaron Sanford, Jr., 
James L. Phelps, m. d., 
John L. Smith, 
Wm. R. Shatter, 
Abel Bliss, 

VISITORS. 



Rev. C. D. Cahoon, 
Wm. J. French, 
Geo. W. Stanley, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Henry L. DeKoven, 
Jonathan Barnes, 
Hon. W. L. Storrs, 
Saml. D. Hubbard, 
Isaac Webb. 



Rev. Nathan Bangs, d. d.. 
Rev. Stephen Martindale, 
Rev. Fitch Reed, 
Rev. O. V. Ammerman, 
Rev. James Youngs, 
Rev. John Lindsey, 
Rev. Daniel Dorchester, 
Rev. Abra'm D. Sargeant, 
B. F. Newhall, 
Rev. Henry Chase, 

John L. Smith, Treasurer.. 

Davis Smith, Steward.. 



Rev. Robert Seney, 
Rev. James Covell, 
Rev. John C. Green, 
Rev. George Coles, 
Rev. J. F. Cox, 
Rev. David Kilbourn, 
Rev. J. F. Adams, 
Rev. D. C. Calhoun, 
Rev. E. Mason. 



Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d. President, 
And Professor of Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m., Professor of Mathemat- 
ics, and Acting President. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m., Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Jacob Frederick Huber, a. m., Professor of 
Modern Languages. 

Rev. Joseph Holdrich, a. m., Assistant Professor of 
Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 

John Johnston, a. m., Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics, and Lecturer in Natural Science. 

WillardM. Rice, a. b. Tutor. 



128 COLLEGES. 

EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 

Gabriel P. Disoway, New York. 

John Cookson, Pastor of Baptist Cli., Middletown. 

William H. Shaler, Suffield. 

David M. Reese, m. d., New York. 

Elias Brown, Mystic. 

The Annual Commencement is on the 4th Wednes- 
day of August, which is also the commencement of the 
first collegiate term. 

vacations. 

1. Two weeks succeeding the last Wednesday in 
November. 2. Two weeks succeeding the 4th Wed- 
nesday in March. 3. Six weeks immediately preceding 
Commencement. 

LIBRARY. 

The University Library and the two Society Libra- 
ries together, number about 6,000 volumes, and the 
University has a very respectable Philosophical and 
Chemical Apparatus. 

The number of Students attached to the University, 
is 135 — showing an increase since the last year of 15. 
They are divided as follows: — Seniors 30, Juniors 36, 
Sophomores 33, Freshmen 36. The expenses at this 
University are low, being only about $139 per annum, 
for tuition, board, room rent, fuel, &c. 



Collegiate and Practical Institute, Fair Haven. 

Joshua Pearl, a. b. Principal, and Instructor in vocal 
music. 

John K. Bartlett and Russell C. Reynolds, Assistants. 

Miss A. E. Thompson, Preceptress. 

Miss Harriet Millard, Assistant. 

P. A. Smith, Professor of Instrumental Music. 

D. Gordon Estes, Instructor in Drawing and Per- 
spective. 

Miss L. Belcher, Instructress in Mezzotinto Painting. 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 129 

PLAINFIELD ACADEMY. 

John G. Jones, Principal. 
Anniversary — Last Wednesday in August, 
Vacations — From the first Wednesday in August, 
three weeks. From the first Wednesday in January, 
two weeks. From the first Wednesday in May, two 
weeks. 



NEW LONDON FEMALE ACADEMY. 
Rev. Daniel Huntington, Principal. 
Miss Swift, Assistant. 



NEW LONDON UNION ACADEMY. 
Thomas Douglass, Principal. 

NORWICH ACADEMY. 
George M. Brown, Principal. 

UNION GRAMMAR SCHOOL, NORWICH. 

Rev. Albert Spooner, Principal. 



EAST HADDAM ACADEMIC SCHOOL. 

Nathan L. Foster, Principal. 

Mrs. A. Louisa Foster, Matron. 
Vacations — From the first Monday in October, two 
weeks; from the Monday preceding the first Wednes- 
day in May, two weeks. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

Board of Trustees. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., President, ex 
officio. 

Rev. Allen C. Morgan, Principal, and Vice Presi- 
dent, ex officio. 

Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d., Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, 
d. d., Rev. Asa Cornwall, d. d., Rev. Frederick Hol- 
comb, Rev. Nathaniel S. Wheaton, d. d., Rev. Stephen 
Jewett, Rev. Lemuel B. Hull, Burrage Beach, Richard 
Adams, Holbrook Curtiss, William W. Boardman, 
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130 LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 

Ebenezer Jackson, William Mosely, William Mc- 
Craekan, William R. Hitchcock, William H. Scovill, 
John B. Robertson, m. d. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. p., Secretary. 

John Beach, Treasurer. 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST LITERARY INSTI- 
TUTION. 

Located at Suffield .— Incorporated May, 1835. 
W. H. Shailor, Principal. 
George L. Russell, Assistant. 



COMMENCEMENTS OF COLLEGES. 

Bowdoin, first Wednesday in September. 

Waterville, first Wednesday in August. 

Dartmouth, last Wednesday in July. 

University of Vermont, first Wednesday in August. 

Middle-bury, third Wednesday in August. 

Norwich University, Wednesday before the third 

Thursday in August. 
Harvard, last Wednesday in August. 
Williams, third Wednesday in August. 
Amherst, fourth Wednesday in August. 
Brown University, first Wednesday in September. 
Yale, third Wednesday in August. 
Washington, first Thursday in August. 
Wesleyan University, second Wednesday in August. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CONNEC- 
TICUT. 

Located at East Windsor. 
Incorporated in May, 1834. 



TRUSTEES. 



Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d. 
Samuel Pitkin, 
Rev. Daniel Dow, 
Samuel Lyman, 



Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d. 
Rev. Timothy P. Gillet, 
John R. Woodbridge, 
Rev. Frederick Marsh, 



LITERARY INSTITUTIONS. 131 



Rev. Samuel Spring, 
George Goodwin, Jr. 
Erastus Ellsworth, 
Richard E. Selden, Jr. 
Rev. Chauncey G. Lee, 
Rev. William' Ely, 
Rev. -Samuel H. Ridell. 



Rev. Nath. Hewit, d. d. 

Rev. Abner Brumlage, 

Eliphalet Terry, 

Rev. Joseph Harvey, d. u. 

Rev. Asahel Nettleton, 

Seth Terry, 

Rev. George A. Calhoun, 

Hon. Eli B. Haskell, 

Rev. Rennet Tyler, d. d., President, and Professor 
of Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Coggswell, Professor of Ecclesiastical 
History. 

Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Professor of Pastoral Duty. 

NEW HAVEN ATHENEUM. 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 

William VV. Boardman, Secretary. 

F. B. Winthrop, Treasurer. 

Stephen Cooke, Curator. 
Directors — Benjamin Silliman, Jonathan Knight, 
Theodore D. Woolsey, William J. Forbes, Augustus 
R. Street, W. W. Boardman, Francis B. Winthrop, 
Nathaniel Jocelyn, Lewis Hotchkiss. 

CONNECTICUT LITERARY INSTITUTION. 

Located at Suffield. Incorporated May, 1835. 
Julius S. Shailor, Principal. 
James R. Boise, Assistant. 
Hezekiah Shailor, do. 
Edward Bollis, Treasurer. 
Rev. John Cookson, Middletown, Secretary. 

CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 
Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d.. ex-onicio Pres- 
ident. 

Directors — Rev. Silas Totten, a. m., Saml. H. Hun- 



132 EPISCOPAL SOCIETIES. 

tington, George Beach, Thomas Belknap, William T, 
Lee, Dudley Buck, Zephaniah Preston. 

Rev. George Burgess, Secretary. 

James M. Goodwin, Treasurer. 



EPISCOPAL CONVENTIONAL MEETINGS. 

Convention of Connecticut meets annually, 2d Tues- 
day in June. Rev. Allen C. Morgan, Secretary. 

General Convention of Protestant Episcopal Church 
meets triannually, at such time and place as are fixed 
upon at the preceding meeting. — Meets next at Phila- 
delphia, September 5th, 1838. 

Bird Wilson, d. d., Secretary of the House of Bish- 
ops. 

Henry Anthon, d. d., Secretary of the House of Del- 
egates. 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN MISSIONARY 
SOCIETY OF THE P. E. CHURCH. 

Composed of all baptized persons in communion with 
that church. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d., ex-officio 
President. 

Remaining Bishops, with thirty others chosen tri- 
annually, and such as were made patrons before A. D. 
1829, compose the Board of Missions. 

Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Philadelphia, Secretary. 



COMMITTEE FOR DOMESTIC MISSIONS. 
Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d., Chairman. 



Rev. Lot Jones,^ 

Rev. John M'Vickar, d. d., 



D. A. Cushman, 
Murray Hoffman, 
G. C. Morgan, 
B. L. Wolley. 



Rev. William Richmond, 
Rev. William R. Whitting- 
ham, d. d., 

Office 115 Franklin street, New York. 
Rev. Jas. D. Carder, Secretary and General Agent. 
James Swords, Esq., No. 8 Wall street, New York, 
Treasurer. 



EPISCOPAL SOCIETIES. 133 

COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 
Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d., Chairman. 



Rev. Benj. C. Cutler, n. d. 
Rev. M. Eastbum, d. d., 
Rev James Milnor, d. d., 
Rev. John M. Forbes 



Lewis Curtis, 
J. F. DePeyster, 
J. P. Stagg, 
F. S. Winston. 
Office No. 114' White street, New York. 
Rev. John A. Vaughan, Secretary and General 
Agent. 
Henry Carey, Phoenix Bank, New York, Treasurer. 



GENERAL PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SUN- 
DAY SCHOOL UNION. 
Rt. Rev. A. V. Griswold, d. d., ex-ofricio President. 
Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 
John W. Mitchell, Treasurer. 
Rev. F. H. Camming, Secretary. 
Rev. Wm. Staunton, Special Agent. 
Louis Sherman, Business Agent. 
Executive Committee. 



Rev. James Milnor, d. d., 
Rev. J. F. Shroeder, d. d., 
Rev. F. L. Hawks, d. d., 
Rev. Lot Jones, 
Rev. Benj. J. Knight, 
Rev. L. P. Bayard, d. d., 



Charles Keeler, 
John W. Mitchell, 
Wm. R. Wadsworth, 
Henry J. Seymour, 
Charles J. Aldis, 
Wm. M. Benjamin. 



Depository, 28 Ann street, New York. 

STANDING COMMITTEE of the P. E. CHURCH 

in Connecticut. 
Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d., Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, 
d. d., Rev. Lemuel B. Hull, Rev. Seth B. Paddock, 
Rev. George Burgess. 



BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 

CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES. 
Right Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d.. Eastern Dio- 
cese, Presiding Bishop, 
Richard C. Moore, d. d., Virginia, 



134 BISHOPS SOCIETIES. 

Nathaniel Bowen, d. d., South Carolina. 
Philander Chase, d. d., Illinois. 
Thomas C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., Connecticut. 
Henry U. Onderdonk, d. d., Pennsylvania. 
William Meade, d. d., Assistant, Virginia. 
William M. Stone, d. d., Maryland. 
Benjamin T. Onderdonk, d. d.', New York. 
Levi S, Ives, d. d., North Carolina. 
John H. Hopkins, d. d., Vermont. 
Benjamin B. Smith, d. d., Kentucky. 
Charles P. Mcllvaine, d. d., Ohio. 
George W. Doane, d. d., New Jersey. 
James H. Otey, d. d. Tennessee. 

Jackson Kemper, d. d., Mississippi, Indiana, and Mis- 
souri. 
Samuel A. McCosky, d. d., Michigan. 

METHODIST BISHOPS. 



Robert R. Roberts, 
Joshua Soule, 
Elijah Hedding, 



James O. Andrew, 
BeverJey Waugh, 
Thomas A. Morris. 



Conn. Protestant Episcopal Society for the Pro- 
motion op Christian Knowledge. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., ex-omcio Pres- 
ident. 

Standing Committee of the Diocese, with the Bishop, 
constitute the Board of Directors. 

Secretary of the Standing Committee, Rev. Samuel 
Farmer Jarvis, d. d., ll. d.^ ex-omcio Treasurer and 
Secretary. 

CONN. BRANCH OP THE AMERICAN TRACT 
SOCIETY. 
Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, President. 
Eliphalet Terry, Vice President. 

, Treasurer. 

Charles Hosmer, Secretary. 
Directors— George Putnam, W. H. Hollister, D. F< 



SOCIETIES. 135 

Robinson, Silas Andrus, D. Burgess.-^-Charles Hos- 
mer, General Agent. 

CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Rev. Samuel Nott, d. d., President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., John Hall, 
Hon. T. S. Williams, Henry Hudson. 
Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Directors — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. 
C. J. Tenney, d. d., Rev. S. Bartlett, E.Terry, Rev. D. 
Smith, d. d., Rev. H. Hooker, Rev. S. Spring, Rev. J. 
Bartlett, Elisha Hart, Rev. G. A. Calhoun, Rev. J. 
Cogswell, B. Hudson, R. Anderson, Rev. H. Bushnell, 
J. B. Hosmer, T. Day, Rev. O. E. Daggett. 
Charles Hosmer, General Agent. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY of Connecticut, auxiliary 
to the American Home Missionary Society. 

Directors — Rev. Thomas Punderson, Jona. Barnes, 
Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d., Rev. Daniel G. Sprague, 
Rev. Samuel Spring, Rev. Leonard Bacon. 

Trustees — Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., Jonathan Brace, 
John Caldwell, Seth Terry, Rev. Noah Porter, d.d., 
Saml. J. Hitchcock, John Hall, Rev. Nathan Perkins, 
d. d., Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, d. p., Rev. Timothy P. 
Gillet, Rev. Edward Bull, Thomas C. Perkins. 



AUXILIARY FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIE- 
TY, of Middlesex Association. 
Rev. Aaron Hovey, President. 
Saml. C. Selden, 1st Vice President. 
Saml. Silliman, 2d Vice President. 
Rev. George Carrington, Secretary. 
Selden M. Pratt, Treasurer. 
Harvey C. Sanford, Auditor. 



HARTFORD CO. AUXILIARY FOREIGN MIS- 
SION SOCIETY, 

Edward Hooker, President. 



136 SOCIETIES. 

Vice Presidents — Thomas Da3', Rev. N. Porter, d. d. s 
Rev. B. Tyler, d. d., Seth Terry, Geo. Goodwin, Jr. 
Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 
J. R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Richard Bigelow, Auditor. 

CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 
Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, Acting President, 
Rev. B. Cook, Secretary. 
Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM, 

For the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb 

Persons. 

Nathaniel Terry, President. 

Vice Presidents, by election. — Joseph Battell, Ward 
Woodbridge, Henry Hudson, Thomas Day, Samuel 
Tudor, William Ely, Stephen Whitney, David Wat- 
kin son. 

Directors by election. — James Ward, Wm. Watson, 
Charles Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, 
Barzillai Hudson, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, 
John Beach, Charles Goodwin. 

[Besides these, there are six Vice Presidents for life, 
by subscription of $200 a nd upwards, and 27 Directors 
for life, by subscription of $100 and upwards.] 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. James H. Wells, 
Treasurer. Wm. Ely. Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructor — Lewis VVeld> a. m., Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerc, Rev. Wm. W. Turner, 
a. m., Luzerne Ray, a. m., Joseph D. Tyler, a. m., Sam- 
uel Porter, a. m., Collins Stone, a. m., Ebenezer B. Ad- 
ams, a. b., Jared A. Ayers, a. b., Wilson Whiton, 
Edmund Booth. 

William W. Turner, Steward. Lydia H. Peaslee, 
Matron. 

Vacations commence on the last Wednesday in April 
and September, and continue each four weeks. 

The number of pupils, May 4th, 1836, was 139, be- 



ASYLUMS. 137 

longing as follows, viz. : to Massachusetts, 42; to New 
Hampshire, 20; to Connecticut, 18; to Vermont, 18; 
lo Maine, 17; to Georgia, 9; to South Carolina, 5; to 
Rhode Island, 3; to New York, 2; to District of Colum- 
bia, 2; to Virginia, 1 ; to U. Canada. 1; to the West 
Indies, 1. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 
Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d.d.,ll. d., President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 
, James Ward, Treasurer. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Robert Watkinson, Auditor. 
Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, James B. Mosmer, John Butler, Thomas II. 
Gallaudet, Charles Sheldon, Isaac D. Bull, John L. 
Comstock, Edward P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Roderick Terry, John Olmsted, Leonard Bacon, Am- 
ariah Brigham, Cyprian Nichols, Gaius Lyman, Thos. 
Day, Nathan Morgan, John M. Niles, Griffin Stedman. 
Medical Visitors — Doctors George Sumner, Ama- 
riah Brigham, E. P. Terry, Thomas Hubbard, John 
L. Peters, Joseph Palmer. 

Managers — Charles Sheldon, James Ward, Robert. 
Watkinson. 

Visiting Committee — Mrs. Brownell, Mrs. Hudson, 
Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. Watkinson. 
Physician — Dr. Silas Puller. 
Assistant Physician — J. B. Hawley. 
Steward— John H. Buell. 
Mrs. Buell, Matron. Miss Clark, Assistant Matron 

HARTFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM. 
Mrs. Dr. Sumner, President. 
Miss H. B. Washburn, Secretary. 
Miss Abby E. Langdon, Treasurer. 
Directors— Mrs. Dr. Sumner, Mrs. H. Huntington, 
Miss B. Bull, Mrs. J. Griswold, Mrs. D. F. Robinson, 
Mrs. E. C. Stanton, Mrs. J. G. Bolles, Mrs. Dr, North, 



138 HOSPITAL. 

Mrs. E. W. Bull, Miss A. E. Langdon, Mrs. Edward 
Goodwin, Mrs. Lynde Olmsted, Mrs. B. B. Barber, 
Mrs. William Rogers, Mrs. E. Harrington, Mrs. H. 
L. Porter, Mrs. E. Flower, Mrs. H. B. Washburn, Mrs. 
S. H. Huntington, Mrs. Charles Abernethy, Mis. B. 
Hudson, Mrs. J, Warburton, Mrs. N. Smith, Jr. 

Advisers — Edward Goodwin, Samuel Jbl. Hunting- 
ton, Francis Parsons. 



NEW HAVEN ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

Mrs. Kingsley, President. 

Mrs. May, Secretary. 

Mrs. Rebecca Davison, Treasurer. 

Mrs. Bloome, Chief Manager. 
Managers — Mrs. Silliman, Miss Mary Hillhouse, 
Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Denison, Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Henry 
Edwards, Mrs. Heaton, Miss Eliza Hoggins, Mrs. 
Brewster, Mrs. Laban Smith, Mrs. C. Atwater, Mrs. 
Pritchard, Mrs. Dayton, Mrs. Day. 

GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY OF CON- 
NECTICUT. 

Nathan Peck, President. 

Thomas Hubbard, m. d. Vice President. 

Amos Townsend, Jr., Treasurer. 

Hon. Wm. W. Boardman, Auditor. 

Virgil M. Dow, m. d. Secretary. 

Dr. John Skinner, Agent. 
Charles Hooker, m. d., Agent for the United States 
Marine Hospital. 

The Vice Presidents for life, by subscription of $200 
or upwards, are Benjamin Silliman, m. d. Eli Ives, m. 
d., Jonathan Knight, m. d., Henry Holmes, m. d., Ithiel 
Town, James Brewster, Benjamin Beecher, Isaac 
Mills. 

Directors for life by payment of $100, or upwards — 
Jeremiah Day, d. d. ll. d., Rev. Smith Pyne, Nathan 
Peck, Sydney Hull, Titus Street, Seth Thomas, Joseph 



MEDICAL SOCIETY. 139 

N. Clark, Abraham Bradley, iEneas Monson, Hon. 
David Daggett, Samuel J. Hitchcock. 

Directors chosen at the Annual meeting, May, 1837. 
— Nathan Peck, Thomas Hubbard, m. n., Timothy P. 
Beers, m. d., V. M. Dow, m. D.,Dr. John Skinner, John 
Beach, Hon. Wm. W. Boardman, John Babcock, 
Henry Peck, Samuel Punderson, m. d. 

Prudential Committee — Nathan Peck, T. P. Beers, 
m. d., V. M. Dow, M. D. 

Visitors — Hon. Wm. W. Boardman, Elias Gilbert, 
Francis B. Winthrop, Benjamin Beecher, Samuel 
Punderson, m. d., T. P. Beers, m. d. 

Physicians and Surgeons — Thomas Hubbard, m. d., 
Eli Ives, m. d., Jonathan Knight, m. d., Virgil M. Dow, 
m. d., Timothy P. Beers, m. d., Charles Hooker, m. d. 
Silas Fuller, Physician. 
John H. Buel, Steward. 
Mrs. Buel, Matron. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 
Thomas Miner, m. d., President. 
Silas Fuller, m. d., Vice President. 
Elijah Middlebrook, m. d., Treasurer. 
Charles Hooker, m. d., Secretary. 
Standing Committees. 
Committe of Examination. — Thomas Miner, m. d., 
ex officio, Silas Fuller, m. d., Luther Ticknor, m. d., 
Dyer T. Brainard, m. d., Earl Swift, m. d., Milo L. 
North, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical 
Instimtion.— -Joseph Palmer, m. d , Wm. S. Pierson, 
m. d., Andrew Harris, m. d,, Sturges Bulkley, m. d., 
Isaac Goodsell, m. d. 

Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for 
the Insane. — Thomas Hubbard, m. d.. Eli Ives, m. d., 
J. S. Peters, m. d., William Buell, m. d., Thomas 
Miner, m. d. 

There are 387 Ordinary Members in the Society — 
352 of whom are taxable. 



140 CLERGYMEN. 



CLERfiYlEW, 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford. Joel Hawes, d. d., Horace Bushnell, 
Oliver E. Daggett. Nathan Perkins, d. d., Isaac N. 
Sprague,C; Rt. Rev.Thos.C.Brownell,D.D.,LL.D., Geo. 
Burgess, Silas Totten, Joseph D. Tyler, Caleb I. Good, 
E. ; Henry Jackson, Matthew Bolles, Augustus Bolles, 
Gurclon Robbins, Robert Turnbull, B. ; Stephen Rem- 
ington, Freewill Bapt. ; Job Allen. Heman Bangs, M. ; 
Asher Moore, U.; Welch, Roman Catholic. 

Avon. John Bartlett, Francis H. Case, O. 

Berlin. Roval Robbins, D. M. Seward, C; Thomas 

J. Davis, E. ; David Plumb, J. H. Gihon, M. ; 

Keys, U. 

Bloomfield. Cornelius B. Everest, C. ; David Os- 
born, M. 

Bristol. David L. Parmelee, C. ; J. S. Covell, E. H. 
Housted, M. j O. Allen, F. Hawley, B. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, C. ; Richard Ha- 
ler, M. 

Canton. Jarius Burt. Vanarsdalen, C; G. 

B. Atwell,B. 

East Hartford. Samuel Spring, C. ; Scott, M. 

East Windsor. Shubael Bartlett, Marvin Root, Jo- 
seph Harvey, C. ; C. Cleaveland, E. ; B. Haskell, 

Ward, M. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbins, C. ; B. Haskell, M.; 
Joshua Bennett, S. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, d. d. C. ; Sylvester Clark, 
M. 

Glastenbury. W. C. Jones, James L. Wright, C. ; 
David L. Devens, E. ; George May, J. Stocking, Ziba 
Loveland, U. 

Granby. Charles Bentley, Daniel Hemenway, C. 

Hartland. Aaron Gates, C. * 

Manchester. Bennett F. Northrop, C. ; R, W. Al- 
len, M. 



CLERGYMEN. 141 

Marlborough. Vacant. 

Simsbury. Allen M'Lean, C; Ransom Warner, E. 

Southington. Elisha C. Jones, C.j Peter G. Clark, 
E. ; Trenus Atkins, B. 

Suffield. M. G. Clark, B. 

Wcthersfield. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d., Calvin Cha- 
pin, d. d., Joab Brace, C; William Bentley, B. ; Z. 
N. Lewis, M. 

Windsor. Eli Denison,M. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven. Jeremiah Day, d. d., ll. d. ; Nathaniel 
W. Taylor, d. d. ; Leonard Bacon, Eleazar T. Fitch, 
d. d., Benjamin L. Swan, Elisha L. Cleaveland, C. ; 
Harry Croswell, d. d., L. T. Bennett, Stephen Jewetl, 
E. ; A. D. Gillett, B.; E. E. Griswold, M.; B. B. Hal- 
lock, U. ; David Dobie, African ; , Roman 

Catholic. H . G. Ludlow, Free Church. 

Bethany. John H. Rouse, E. 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillett, C. ; David Baldwin, 
E. ; W. W. Brewer, M. 

Cheshire. Peter G. Clark, Ebenezer E. Beardsley, 
Allen C. Morgan, Asa Cornwall, E. ; J. A. Sillick, M. 

Derbv. John E. Bray, L. D. Howel, C. ; Joseph 
Scott, John D. Smith, E. ; David Miller, Thos. Ellis, 
Sylvester Smith, M. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd,C. ; Edward J. Ives, E. 

Guilford. Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, C.j 
Levi H. Corson, E. ; Alva B. Goldsmith, B. ; Charles 
Chittenden, U. 

Hamden. Henry Fitch, E. ; David Bradley, B. ; 
O. D. Starr, M. 

Madison. Samuel N. Shepard, Stephen Hayes, C; 
O. Starr, M. 

Meriden. A. Granger, C. ; John M. Guion, E. ; Le- 
land Howard, B. ; John Rice, M. 

Middlebury. Jason Atwater, C. ; Dan Wooster, M. 

Milford. Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C. ; O. 
H. Hammond, B.; Ebenezer Allen, M. 



142 - CLERGYMEN. 

North Branford. Wm. J. Boardman, C. j John W. 
Woodward, E. 

North Haven. Leverett Griggs, C. ; John S. Wood- 
ward, E. 

Orange. Stephen W. Stebbins, Vacant, C. 

Oxford. Abraham Brown, C. ; Daniel Burhans, 

D. D., E. '• 

Prospect. Ammi Lindsley, C. 

Southbury. W. H. Whittemore, Butterfield. 

C. ; A. Pierce, M. 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, C. ; L. B. Hull, E. ; 
Amos D. Watrous, B. ; Ransom Johnson, M. 

Waterbury. Henry N. Dav, Seth Sackett, C. ; J. L. 
Clark, O. Hopson, E. ; Russell Jennings, B.; C. W. 
McH. Bangs. M. 

Wolcott. James D. Chapman, C. ; Peter G. Clark, E. 



NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London. Abel McEwen, J. McDonald, C. ; 
Robert A. Hallam, E. ; Nathan Wildman, B.; D. 
Webb, M. 

Norwich. Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, 

Southgate, C. ; S. B. Paddock, Albert Spooner, E. ; 
David N. Bently, D. Dorchester, Swintonton, M. 

Bozrah. Thomas L. Shipman, C; Benjamin G. 
GofF, B.; Kinney, M. 

Colchester. Joel R. Arnold, C. ; Andrew M. Smith, 
B. 

Franklin. Sam'l Nott, d. d., C. ; Comfort D. Filmore, 
Benjamin Walker, M. 

Griswold. W, R. Jewett, George Perkins, C. 

Groton. Mark Mead, C. ; John G. Wightman, 
J. R. Steward, B. 

Ledyard. Timothy Tuttle, C. ; Calvin Wolcott, E. ; 
Ralph Hurlbutt, M. 

Leabanon. Israel T. Otis, Arnold. C. : Levi 

Meech, B. ) Dexter Bullard, U. 



CLERGYMEN. 143 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayre, Jr., C. 

Lyme. Chester Colton, Frederick Gridley, Harvey 
Bushnell, C; Zaddock King, B. 

Montville. Erastus Ripley, C; Wm. A. Smith, B. ; 
Asahel Otis, B. Wilkie, M. 

North Stonington. Peter II. Shaw, C; F. Bestor, 
Luke C. Reynolds, Albert G. Palmer, Daniel Coon, 
A. Gates, B. 

Preston. Augustus B. Collins, C. ; N. E. Shailer, B. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, C. ; Silas Blaisdale, E. 

Stonington. John C. Nichols, N. B. Cook, C. ; Je- 
rome S. Anderson, B. ; F. Nutting, M. 

Waterf'ord. Francis Darrow, B.; L. T. Rogers, 
Seventh-day Baptist. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield. Lyman H. Atwater, Thomas F. Davies, 
N. Freeman, C. ; N. E. Cornwall, E. 

Danbury. Anson Rood, C; David H. Short, E. ; 
J. G. Collam, B.; Shaw N. Bronson, M .; S. C. Bulk- 
ley, U. 

Darien. Ulric Maynard, C. 

Bridgeport. Nath. Hewitt, d. d., John Woodbridge, 
d.d. C. ; B. G. Noble, G.S.Coit, E. ; J.W.Eaton, B. ; H. 
D. Gosling, M. 

Brcokfleld. Abner Brundage, C. 

Greenwich. Thomas Payne, Chauncey Wilcox, 

Noah Coe, Fulton, C.; Joseph H. Nicholls, E. ; 

Brewer, B. 

Huntington. Thomas Punderson, C. ; Thorn. Clark, 
E. 

Monroe. J. Kant, C. ; Rodney Rossiter, E. ; Ira 
Ferris, M. 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, C; David Og- 
den, E. 

New Fairfield. B. Y. Morse, C; Uriah Mead, M. 

Newtown. Nathaniel M. Urmston, C; Samuel C. 
Stratton, E.; R. M. Sloper, B. ; F. Hitchcock, U. 

Norwalk. Edwin Hall, James Knox, C. ; W. C. Mead, 
d. d., Wm. G. Hyer, E. ; Davis Stocking, M. 



144 CLERGYMEN. 

Reading. Jeremiah Miller, C. ; Edward J. Darken, 
E. ; John Crawford. Henderson, M. 

Ridgefleld. Nathan Burton, C; Eli Wheeler, E. ; 
P. Chamberlain, James Coleman, M. 

Sherman. Maltby Golston, C. ; Bronson, C. G. 

Selleck, M. 

Stamford. Daniel Smith, C. ; Ambrose S. Todd, E. : 
William Biddle, B. ; A. Hill, M. 

Stratford. Frederick W. Chapman, C. ; George C. 
Shepard, A. Baldwin, E. ; Stephen Curtis, B. ; — — 
Turner, M. 

Trumbull. David G. Tomlinson, E. 

Weston. Charles T. Prentis, C. ; Wm. Denison, B. 

Westport. Joseph T. Frost, C; Edward Ingersoll, 
E. ; W. Davis, M. 

Wilton. Samuel Merwin, C; William Bowen, B. ; 
John Jagger, John Davis, M. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn. Geo. J. Tillotson, C. ; Riverius Camp, 
E. ; G. W. Kilton, M. 

Ash ford. Job Hall, Reuben Torry, C. ; Leonard 
Gage, Amos Babcock, B. ; Erastus Benton, M. 

Canterbury. Asa King, C. J. Warren, C. 

Chaplin. Erastus Dickinson, C. 

Hampton. Daniel G. Sprague, C; Alfred Burn- 
ham, Christian. 

Killingly. Elisha Atkins, Roswell Whitmore, Syd- 
ney Holman, C. ; Calvin Cooper, Jonathan Oatley, 
Daniel Williams, Branch, B. 

Plainfield. Samuel Rockwell, C; Nathan Cole, S. 
Phillips. B.; C.Felder, M. 

Pomfret. Daniel Hunt, N. S. Hunt, C.; 

Hicks, B. 

Sterling. Jacob Allen, C.j Peleg Peckham, B. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, C. ; James Graw, Henry 
Fitz, B. 

Voluntown. Charles S. Weaver, G. Palmer, B. 

Windham. Philo Judson, John E. Tyler, Otis C. 



CLERGYMEN. 145 

Whiton, C.; Wm. A. Curtis, Chas. J. Todd, E. ; B. 

Cook, B. ; Dwight, M. 

Woodstock. Otis Rockwood, Lent S. Hough, C. j 
N. D. Benedict, Dexter Munger, B. 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield. J. E. Camp, C. ; Truman Marsh, C. V. 
Eastman, Hilliard Bryant, E. 

Barkharnstead. ''William R. Gould, C. ; Isaac 
Jones, E.; R. O. Williams, U. 

Bethlem. Fosdick Harrison, C. ; Theodore W. 
Snow, E. 

Canaan. Chas. Prentiss, Henry H. Woodbridge, C. 

Colebrook. , C, Doolittle, B. 

Cornwall. Wm. Andrews, Walter Smith, C. ; Ro- 
bert Travis, M. 

Goshen. Grant Powers, C«; John Luckey, M. 

Harwinton. Richard M. Chipman, C. 

Kent. Wm. W. Andrews, C; George A. Sterling, 
E. ; J. Fry, M. 

New Hartford. Cyrus Yale, C. ; Wyllis Lord, B. 

New Milford. Noah Porter, jr.; A. B. Camp, C; 
Enoch Huntington, Edward C. Bull, E. ; E. Beach, D. 
Baldwin, B. ; S. Meek, M. 

Norfolk. Joseph Eldridge, C. ; Silas Ambler, B. ; 
. Stearns, M. 

Plymouth. E. Lyman, C. ; Wm. Watson, D. Bur- 
hans, d. d., E. 

Salisbury. Adam Reid, C. ; Chas. W. Bradley, E. ; 
O. V. Ammerman, M. 

Sharon.- Mason Grosvenor, C. ; Chas. W. Bradley, 
E.; F. Reed, M. 

Torrington. Milton Huxley, Harmon L. Vaill, 
Stephen Hubbell, C. ; Benedict, B. 

Warren. Charles Everett, M. 

Washington. Gordon Hayes, C. ; S. G. Hitchcock, 
E. 

Watertown. W. B. Deforest, C. ; Frederick Hoi* 
comb, E. 

10 



146 CLERGYMEN. 

Winchester, Frederick Marsh, James Beach, C; 
Daniel Coe, Daniel Smith, M. 

Woodbury. S. R. Andrews, Grove L. Brownell, C. j 
S. G. Hitchcock, E. Beach, M. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown. John R. Crane, Robert McEwen, 
Zebulon Crocker, James Noyes, jr., Stephen Topliff, 
C. ; Samuel P. Jar vis, d. d., E. ; Frederick Wight- 
man, John Cookson, Jonathan Goodwin, B.; Wilbur 
Fisk, d. d., Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, D. D. Whe- 
don, Daniel Burrows, Joseph Holdrich, John Linds- 
ley, E. Andrews, Daniel Coe, M. 

Haddam. D. D. Field, C. ; Simon Shailor, B. ; Eli 
M. Kirkham, M. 

Chatham. Stephen A. Loper, S. J. Curtis, C. ; Wm> 
Jarvis, Samuel M. Emery, James Sunderland, E. 

Chester. Samuel T. Mills, C. ; Wm. Parmer, B. 

Durham. Henry Gleason, C. ; Walter W. Brown, M. 

East Haddam. Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, Jo- 
seph Vaill, George Carrington, C. ; Stephen Beach, E. 

Killingworth. Ephraim G. Swift, Lewis Foster, 
C. ; A. F. Beach, M. 

Saybrook. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, Aaron Hovey, 
Ely, C; James M. Tappan, William War- 
land, Jr., E. ; Henry Wooster, Henry R. Knapp, Fred- 
erick Ketchum, B. ; O. Starr,' J. Bray, B. Pelton, M. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland. Abram Marsh, C.; L. Pearce, E. ; Syl- 
vester Barrows, B. ; C. Standish, M. 

Bolton. James Ely, C; L. Pierce, M. 

Columbia. David Dickerson, C. 

Coventry. George A. Calhoun, Chauncey Booth, C. 

Ellington. Diodate Brockway, Ezekiel Marsh, C. 

Hebron. Sylvester Selden, Charles Nichols, C. j 
Alpheus Geer, E. ; James Shepard, M. 

Mansfield. Anson S. Atwood, William Elv, C. ; 
H. Bromley, B.; H. Torbush, M. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 147 

Stafford. G. H. Woodward, Elliott Palmer, C. ; Al- 
bert Cole, B.; Crushing, M.; J. H. Willis, U. 

Somers. Rodney G. Dennis, C. ; James Nichols, M. 
Union. Abiel Williams, C; Stephen Fairbank, M. 
Vernon. Chester Humphrey, C. 
Wiilington. Francis Wood, C. ; Jeremiah Chapin, 

D. D.,B. 



GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

M.E. Wm. H. Ellis, G. H. P.; E. Wm. H. Holly, D. 
G. H. P.; Horace Goodwin, 2d, G. K.; Phineas Lord, G. 
Scribe ; Laban Smith, G. Treasurer; Eliphalet G. Sto- 
rer, G. Secretary. 

Comp. Anson T. Colt, G. M. ; Loren P. Waldo, G. 
S. ; Rev. Daniel Burhans, G. C. ; Philip Saunders, 
Samuel Bishop, G. Stewards j Isaac Tuttle, G. Tyler. 

GRAND LODGE. 
William H. Ellis, G. M. ; Dyer T. Brainard, D. G. 
M. ; Abner Bradley, S. G. W. ; Henry Peck, J. G. W.; 
Laban Smith, G. Treasurer; Eliphalet G. Storer, G. 
Secretary; William H. Holly, S. G. D. ; Horace 
Goodwin, 2d, J. G. D. ; Rev. Daniel Burhans, G. Chap- 
lain; Asa Budington, Samuel Bishop, G. Stewards; 
Isaac Tuttle, G. Tyler. 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS IN 
CONNECTICUT. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 



Hartford, Gideon Wells 

West, Elihu Olmsted 
Avon, Truman Woodford 
Berlin, J. M. Plumb 

New Britain, Th. Lee 
Bloomfield, J. H. Hubbard 
Bristol, J. W: Pardee 
Burlington, A. Hitchcock 
Canton, Isaac Mills 



Collinsville, H. Nash 
N. Canton, B. Weed, jr. 
East Hartford, H. Phelps 
Farmington, S. Whitman 
Plainville, Timo. Steele 
Unionville, E. Seymour 
Glastenbury, Benj. Taylor 
and Edwin Treat 
South, Oliver Brainard 



148 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



East Windsor j H. J. Risley 
Broad Brook, Henry S. 

Kinsley 
Ketch Mills, H .Ellsworth 
Scanlick Village, Chas. 

Bartlett 
Warehouse Point, John 

B. Chapman 
Enfield, Geer Terry 
Scitico, John Mason 
Thompsonville, Henry 

Kingsbury 

Granby, Daniel Hayes 

East, Elmore Clark 

North, Abner Case 



West, J. D. Wilcox 
Hartland, P. Humphreys 
West, W. H. Huggins 
Manchester, T. Burnham 
Marlborough, E. H. Buell 
Simsbury, Elisha Phelps 
Southington, C.Whittlesey 
Suffield, O. L. Sheldon 
Wethersfield, J. Goodrich 
Newington, W. Deming 
Rocky Hill, E. Goodale 
Windsor, Wm. Howard 
Locks, C. H. Dexter 
Poquonnock, Cic. Phelps 
Tariffville, A. Pinney 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 



New Haven, W. H. Jones 
Bethany, Hez. Thomas 

Straitsville, O. Collins 
Branford, Orrin D. Squire 

N. Branford, P. Demick 
Cheshire, Elihu Yale 
Derby, Robert Gates 
East Haven, R. Andrews 
Fair Haven, Lester Keep 
Guilford, Reuben Elliott 

N. Guilford, H. Fowler 
Hamden, C. B. Foote 
Humphreysville, John C. 

Wheeler 
Madison, John R. Wilcox 



Meriden, Levi Yale 
Middlebury, L. Townsend . 
Milford, Wm. Strong 

NewMilford, F. J. Fenn 
Northford, Malachi Cook 
Oxford, Samuel Wire 

Zoar Bridge, E. Curtiss 
Prospect, Aaron Austin 
Southbury, C. H. Hale 

S. Britain, Anson Bray 
Wallingford, Saml. Cook 
Waterb'y, F. Leavenworth 

Naugatuck, J. B. Mears 
Wolcott, Isaac Hough 
Woodbridge. E. Barnett 



North, S. L. Blatchley 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 
New London, Eben. Way iFranklin, Jas. H. Hyde 
Bozrah, N. H. Fitch. Griswold, Wm. Tucker 

Bozrahville, H. Mowry JewettCity, Sam. Button 
Colchester, B. Trumbull Groton, Elijah Bailey 

West, C. C. Brown I Centre, R. W. Smith 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



149 



Portersville, J. Randall 
Lebanon, Absalom Peters 

Exeter, Elias Williams 

Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay 
Lcdyard, Christ. Newton 

Gales Ferry, N. Brown 
Gardner's Pond, J. B.Wil- 

loughby 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox 
Lyme, C. W. Wait 

East, Joel Loomis 

North, C. Scark 

Hadlyme, Ely F. Weils 

Hamburgh, S. M. Brock- 
way 

FAIRFIELD 

Fairfield, Abraham Benson 
Danbury, 

Bethel, Frederick Seeley 
Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy 
Brookfield, Bryant Smith 
Darien, Albert Seeley 
Greenwich, S. Close 
Huntington, A. S. Jones 
Mill Plain, E. Birchard 
Monroe, C. H. Beardslee 

Stepney, L. Edwards 
Newtown, T. Blackmail 
Norwalk, John Burrall 
New Canaan, T. S. Husted 
N. Fairfield, S. Barnum 
N. Stamford, N. D. Haight 
Nichols' Farm, E. Hawley 
Ridgebury, S. S. St. John 



Montville, L. Stewart 

Uncasville, R. Comstock 
New Salem, Pomeroy Hall 
NorwichTown,H.Harland 

City, W. L'Hommedieu 
N. Stonington, T. P. Wat- 
tles 
Preston, Henry Brown 

Poq'tanock, J. W. B-rew- 
ster 
Stonington. I. Champlin 

Mystic, Henry Harding 

Mystic Br., B. F. Palmer 
Waterford, H. Gardner 

River Head, E. Beckwith 
COUNTY. 

Ridgefield, Silas Perkins 
Reading, Jos. Darling 

Bridge, L. Grover 

Town House, J. Olmsted 
Round Hill, B. F. White 
Sherman, Isaac Riggs 
Southport, W.Sherwoodjr. 
Stamford, John Brown 
Stanwich, Arba Smith 
Stratford, David Brooks 
Trumbull, Elihu Beach 

Long Hill, S. Beardslee 
Westport, Wm. PJatt 
Wesifleld, Hart Shepard 
Weston, Mallett Seeley 

Northfield, W. Nichols 
Wilton, S. F. Lambert 

Bald Hill, L. Olmstead 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 



Brooklyn, Adams White, 
Ashford, Dyer Clark 
Easffcrd, J. B. Palmer 



North, Cyrus Keyes 
Westford, J. D. Rich^ 
mond 



150 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



Canterbury, Jed. Johnson 
Packersville, S. A. Pack- 
er 
Westminster, P. Spieer 
Central Village, A. Harris 
Chaplin, Walter Goodell 
Hampton, Wm. Brown 
Howard Valley, J. Burn- 
ham 
Killingley, James Warren 
Centre, G. Kingsbury 
East, Eiisha Stone 
South, Cyrus Day 
West, G. Danielson 
Moosup, John Dunlap 
Plainfield, Benj. Bacon 



Pomfret, T. M. Grosvenor 
Landing, George Cady 
Abington, P. M. Allen 

Sterling, B. Tuckerman 

Thompson, Simon Davis 
West, F. Nichols 
New Boston, H. Lamson 

Vol un town, K. Gallup 
— Jonathan Stanton 

Windham, Wm. Williams 
Scotland, Benj. Webb 
Willimantic, R. Moulton 

Woodstock, Geo. Kowen 
North, A. Carpenter 
West, J. F. Williams 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 



Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff 
Barkhamstead, A. Beecher 
Bethlem, H. Skidmore 
Bradleyville, Wm. Coe 
Bull's Bridge, S. Camp 
Canaan, Fitch Ferris 
Chapinville, S. Branch 
Colebrook, Enos North 

River, D. D. Wolf 
Cornwall, J. R. Harrison 

Bridge, M. Harrison 

Hollow, J. E. Sedgwick 
Ellsworth, G. Studley 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Village, John G. 

Mitchell 
Gaylord Br., P. Gaylord 
Goshen, B. Baldwin 

East, Geo. Stanley 

North, P. Bailey 
Harwinton, T, Kellogg 



Hitchcocksvdlle, Flavel! B. 

Graham 
Kent, Wells Beardslee 

North, H. Steutevant 
Lime Rock, M. Barnum 
Milton, G. P. Welch 
New Hartford, H. Cowles 

Centre, J. F. Henderson 
NewMilford, L. Taylor 
Northville, Sheldon Buck- 
ingham 

Bridge water, G. Sanford, 
Norfolk. E. G. Lawrence 
Northneld Church, Archi- 
bald W, Warner 
Plvmouth, S. M. Mitchell 

Hollow, B. F. Judd 
Roxbury, D. Broth well 
Salisbury, C. Benton 
Sharon, Hiram Brown 
I East, Silas A. Gray 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 



151 



S. Canaan, W. P. Bnrrall 
S. Farms, E. J. Woodruff 
Terrysville, J..C. Lewis 
Torringford, N. Smith 
Torrington, H. Palmer 
Washington, C. A. Judson 
WoodVille, Pred'k Chit- 
tenden 



New Preston, A. Brown 
Warren, G. P. Talmadge 
Watertown, M. Heminway 
Winchester.W.S. Holabird 

Centre, W. S. Marsh 
Wolcottviile, S. Bradley 
Woodbury, C. B. Phelps 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 



MiDDLETOWN, J. StOW 

Upper Houses, J. Sage 
Haddam, Jona. Arnold 

Higganum, G. W. Smith 
Chatham, Ann Smith 

M. Haddam, H. Stewart 

E. Hampton, D. Buell 
Chester, Socrates Denison 

Deep River, J. H. Math- 
er 
Durham, A. Robinson 



East Haddam, O. Green 
Centre, N. L. Foster 
Mechanicsville, W. B. 

Smith 
Millington, E. W. Math- 
er 

Killingworth, E. Wilcox 
North, H. Redfield 

Saybrook, R. E. Pratt 
Essex, A. F. Whittemore 
Westbrook, A.T.Wilcox 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 



Tolland, Luther Eaton 
Andover, Leonard Hendee 
Bolton, J. a. White 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventry, Jasper Gilbert 
Ellington, H. S. Belcher 
Square Pond, Ephraim 
Dimmock 
Gilead, Harvey Dunham 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 
Hope Valley, T. Maynerd 
Mount Hope, W. A. Fiske 



Mansfield, J. Woodward 

Centre, J. Harting 
Somers, S. D. Chapin 

North, Amariah Kibbee 
S. Coventry, S. Bidwell 
Stafford Springs, R. Wood- 
worth 
West Stafford, P. Orcut 
Union, D. L. Newell 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Willington, J. Weston 



152 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single Letters, composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents, 
Any distance not exceeding 30 6 

Over 30, and not exceeding 80 10 

Over 80, and not exceeding 150 12§ 

Over 150, and not exceeding 400 18f 

Over 400, 25 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces 
of paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage for each 
quarter of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each 
ounce, according to the weight, and no letter can be 
charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the 
weight exceeds one ounce avoirdupois. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published ; or if carried out of the State, 
but not carried over 100 miles, 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which it is 
published, ■ - 1| cent. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, ----- H cent per sheet, 

Do. do. over 100 miles, - 2% do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, - 4 do. 

Do. do. over 100 miles, - 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half 
sheet royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight 
pages quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes 
in the same proportion. 



GOVERNORS. 153 

GOVERNORS 

Of the several States ani Territories, with the com- 
mencement and duration of their respective terms of 
office, and their salaries while holding the same. 
State and Ter. Governors. Com. Dur. Sal- 
Maine, Edward Kent, Jan. 1837 1 yr. $1500 
N.Hampshire, Isaac Hill, June 1837 1 " 1200 
Vermont, S. G. Jenison, Oct. 1837 1 " 750 
Massachusetts,Ed ward Everett Jan. 1837 1 " 3666 
Rhode Island, John B. Francis, May 1837 1 " 400 
Connecticut, H. W. Edwards, May 1837 1 " 1100 
New York, Win. L. Marcy, Jan. 1836 2 " 4000 
New Jersey,* W.S.Pennington, Oct. 1837 1 " 2000 
Pennsylvania, Joseph Ritner, Dec. 1835 3 " 4000 
Delaware, C. P. Comegys, Jan. 1836 3 " 1333 
Maryland*, Th. W. Veazey, Jan. 1837 1 " 3500 
Virginia,* David Campbell, Jan. 1837 3 " 3333 
N. Carolina,* Edw'd B.Dudley, Jan. 1836 1 " 2000 
S. Carolina,* P. M. Butler, Jan. 1836 2 " 3500 
Georgia, Geo. R. Gilmer, Nov. 1837 2 " 3000 
Alabama, Arthur P. Bagby, Jan. 1837 2 " 2000 
Mississippi, Alex.G. McNutt, Dec. 1837 2 " 2500 
Louisiana, E. D. White, Jan. 1835 4 " 7500 
Tennessee, Newton Cannon, Oct. 1837 2 " 2000 
Kentucky, James Clark, Sept. 1836 4 " 2000 
Ohio, Joseph Vance, Dec. 1836 2 " 1200 
Indiana, David Wallace Dec. 1837 3 " 1000 
Illinois, Joseph Duncan, Jan. 1835 4 " 1000 
Missouri, - L. W. Boggs, Nov. 1836 4 " 1500 
Arkansas, Jas. S. Conway, Feb. 1836 " 
Michigan, S. T. Mason, Aug. 1837 " 

TERRITORIES. 

Florida, Rich. K. Call, Ap'l 1834 " 2500 
Wisconsin, Henry Dodge, 1836 " 2500 

* In the five States marked with a star, the Govern- 
ors are elected by the Legislature, and in the others by 
the People. 

The Governors of Territories are appointed by the 
President and Senate of the United States, 



154 UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 

PRESIDENT, 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, of New York. 
Salary. $25,000 per annum. 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, of Kentucky, 
Salary, $5,000 per annum. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

John Forsyth, Secretary. Salary per annum, $6,000 
Aaron O. Dayton, Chief Clerk, 2,000 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury Secretary, $6,000 

Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3,500 

Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, 3,000 

Jesse Miller, First Auditor, 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 3,000 

Peter Hasner, Third Auditor, 3,000 

John C. Pickett, Fourth Auditor, 3,000 

Stephen Pleasant on. Fifth Auditor, 3,000 

John Campbell, Treasurer, - 3,000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, 3.000 

H. D. Gilpin, Solicitor, 3,500 

Benjamin F. Butler, Attorney General, 3,500 

James L. Whitcomb, Com. Gen. Land Office, 3,000 
Hudson M. Gardiner, Rec. Gen. Land Office. 
Matthew Berchard, Solicitor Gen. Land Office. 

Henry L. Ellsworth, Com. Patent Office, 3,000 
Robert M. Paterson, Director of the Mint. 

Charles K. Gardner, Auditor of the Treasury for 
the Post Office Department. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Joel R. Poinsett, Secretary, $6000 

Adjutant GeneraVs Office. 
Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General. 
Paymaster GeneraVs Department. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 155 

Ordinan cc Do pa rtmcnt . 
George Bomford, Colonel. 

Subsistence Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier General. 

Quartermaster General' s Office. 
T. S. Jesup, B. G. and a. M. G. 

Office of the Indian Affairs. 
Elbert Herring, Commissioner, 6,000 

Pension Office. 
John JL. Edwards, Commissioner, 2,000 

Engineer Department. 
General Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer. 

NAVY DEPARTMENT. 

Mahlon Dickerson, Secretary, 6,000 

Navy Commissioners. 
Isaac Chauncey, Chas. Morris, A. §. Wadsworth, 3,500 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Amos Kendall, Post Master General, 6,000 



LIST OF THE UNITED STATES SENATORS. 
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, President of Senate. 

Maine. i Vermont. 

John Ruggles, 1841 Samuel Prentiss, 1843 

Ruel Williams, 1839 Benjamin Swift, 1839 

New Hampshire. New York. 

Henry Hubbard, 1841 N. P. Tallmadge, 1839 

Franklin Pierce, 1843'Silas Wright, Jr. 1841 

Massachusetts. New Jersey. 

John Davis, 1841 Samuel L. Southard, 1839 

Daniel Webster, 1839 'Garret D. Wall, 1841 

Connecticut. Pennsylvania. 

John M. Niles, 1839 'James Buchannan, 1843 

Perry Smith, 1843 Samuel McKean, 1839 

Rhode Island. Delaware. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, 1841 [Richard H. Bayard, 1841 

Asher Robbins, 1839;Thomas Clayton, 1839 



156 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Maryland. 


j 


Tennessee. 




John S. Spence, 


1841 Hugh L. White, 


1841 1 




Felix Grundy, 


1839 


Virginia. 


Kentucky. 




William C. Rives, 


1839 


Henry Clay, 


1843 


William H. Roane, 


1843 


John J. Crittenden, 


1841 


North Carolina 




Ohio. 




Bedford Brown, 


1841 


William Allen, 


1843 


Robert Strange, 


1839 


Thomas Morris, 


1839 


South Carolina. 




Indiana. 




John C. Calhoun, 


1841 


Oliver H. Smith, 


1843 


William C. Preston, 


1843 


John Tipton, 


1839 


Georgia. 




Illinois. 




Alfred Cuthbert, 


1843 


John M. Robinson, 


1843 


Wilson Lumpkin, 


1839 


Richard M. Young, 


1839 ' 


Alabama,. 




Missouri. 


jH 


Clement C. Clay, 


1843 


Thomas H.Benton, 


1839 


William R. King, 


1839 


Louis F. Linn, 


1843 


Mississippi. 




Arkansas. 




John Black, 


1839 


William S.Fulton, 


1842 


Robert J. Walker, 


1841 


Ambrose H. Sevier, 


1842 


Louisiana. 




Michigan. 




Alexander Mouton, 


1843 


Lucius Lyon, 


1842 


Robert C.Nicholas. 


*1841 


John Nor veil, 


1842 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Maine.. 
Hugh J. Anderson, Timothy J. Carter, Jonathan 
Cilley, Thomas Davee, George* Evans, John Fairfield, 
Joseph C. Noyes, Francis O. J. Smith. 8. 
New Hampshire. 
Charles G. Atherton, Samuel Cushman, James Far- 
rington, Joseph Weeks^ Jared W. Williams. 5. 
Massachusetts. 
John Gtuincy Adams, Nathaniel B. Borden, George 
N. Briggs, William B. Calhoun, Caleb dishing, 
Richard Fletcher, George Grennell, Jr., William S. 
Hastings, Levi Lincoln, Wm. Parmenter, Stephen C. 
Phillips, John Reed. 12. 



KEPRESENTAT1VES. 157 

Rhode Island. 
Robert B. Cranston, Joseph L. Tillinghast. 2. 

Connecticut. 
Elisha Haley, Orrin Holt, Samuel Ingham, Lancelot 
Phelps, Isaac Toucey, Thomas T. Whittlesey. 6. 
Vermont. 
Heman Allen, Horace Everett, Isaac Fletcher, Hi- 
land Hall, William Slade. 5. 

New York. 

John T. Andrews, Bennet Bicknell, Samuel Rird- 
sall, John C. Brodhead, Isaac H. Bronson, Andrew D. 
W. Bruyn, Churchill C. Cambreleng, Timothy Childs, 
John C. Clark, Edward Curtis, John I. De Graff, John 
Edwards, Millard Fillmore, Henry A. Foster, Albert 
Gallup, Abraham P. Grant, Hiram Gray, Ogden Hoff- 
man, Thomas B. Jackson, Nathaniel Jones, Gouver- 
neur Kemble, Arphaxed Loomis, Richard P. Marvin, 
Robert McClellan, Charles F. Mitchell, Ely Moore, 
William H. Noble, John Palmer, Amasa J. Parker, 
William Patterson, Luther C. Peck, Zadock Pratt, 
John H. Prentiss, David Russell, Mark H. Sibley, 
James B. Spencer, William Taylor, Obadiah Titus, 
Abraham Vanderveer, Henry Vail. 40. 
New Jersey. 

John B. Aycrigg, William Halsted, John P. B. 
Maxwell, Joseph F. Randolph, Charles C, Stratton, 
Thomas Jones Yorke. 6. 

Pennsylvania. 

William Beatty, Richard Biddle, Andrew Buchanan, 
Edward Darlington, Edward Davies, Jacob Fry, Jr., 
Robert H. Hammond, Thomas Henry, Edward B. 
Hubley, John Klingensmith, Jr., Henry Logan, Chas. 
McClure, Thomas M. T. McKennan, Mathias Morris, 
Samuel W. Morris, Henry A. Muhlenberg, Charles 
Naylor, Charles Ogle, Lemuel Paynter, David Petri- 
kin, Arnold Plumer, David Potts, Jr., William W. 
Potter, Luther Reily, John Sergeant, Daniel Sheffer, 
George W. Toland, David D. Wagener. 28. 



158 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Delaware. 

John J. Milligan. 1. 

Maryland. 

John Dennis, Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, 
William Cost Johnson, Isaac McKim, James A. 
Pearce, Francis Thomas, John T. H. Worthington. 8. 
Virginia. 

Andrew Beirne, James W. Bouldin, Walter Coles, 
Robert Craig, George C. Dromgoole, James Garland, 
George W. Hopkins, Robert M. T. Hunter, Joseph 
Johnson, John W. Jones, Francis Mallory, James M. 
Mason, Charles F. Mercer, William S. Morgan, John 
M. Patton, Isaac S. Pennybacker, Francis C. Rives, 
John Robertson, Archibald Stuart, John Talliafero, 
Henry A. Wise. 21. 

North Carolina. 

Jesse A. Bynum, Henry W. Connor, Edmund De- 
berry, James Graham, Micajah T. Hawkins, James J. 
McKay, William Montgomery, Abraham Rencher, 
Samuel T. Sawyer, Augustine H. Shepperd, Charles 
Shepard, Edward Stanly, Lewis Williams. 13. 
South Carolina. 

John Campbell, William K. Clowney, Franklin H, 
Elmore, John K. Griffin, Hugh S. Legare, Francis 
W. Pickens, John P. Richardson, R. Barnwell Rhett, 
Waddy Thompson. 9. 

Georgia. 

Jesse F. Cleveland, William C. Dawson, Thomas 
Glascock, Seaton Grantland, Charles E. Haynes, Hop- 
kins Holsey, Jabez Jackson, George W. Owens, George 
W. B. Towns. 9. 

Kentucky. 

John Calhoun, John Chambers, William J. Graves, 
James Harlan, Richard Hawes, Richard H. Menefee, 
John L. Murray, John Pope, Edward Rumsey, Win, 
W. Southgate, Joseph R. Underwood, John White, 
Sherrod Williams. 13. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 150 

jf *€1l7lCSS€6 

John Bell, William B. Campbell, William B. Carter, 
Richard Cheatham, John W. Crockett, Abraham P. 
Maury, Abraham McClellan, James K. Polk, Ebenezer 
J. Shields, William Stone, Hopkins L.'Turney, Joseph 
L. Williams, Christopher H. Williams. 13. 
Ohio. 
James Alexander, Jr., John W.Allen, William Key 
Bond, John Chaney, Thomas Corwin, Alexander 
Duncan, Patrick G. Goode, Thomas L. Hamer, Alex- 
ander Harper, William H. Hunter, Daniel Kilgore, 
Daniel P. Leaclbetter, Samson Mason, Calvary Morris, 
Joseph Ridgway, Matthias Shepler, Taylor Webster, 

Elisha Whittlesey, Coffin. 19. 

Louisiana. 
Rice Garland, Henry Johnson, Eleazer W. Ripley. 3. 

Indiana. 
Ratliff Boon, George H. Dunn, John Ewing, Wm. 
Graham ; William Herod, James Rariden, Albert S. 
White. 7. 

Mississippi. 
John F. H. Claiborne, Samuel J. Gholson. 2. 

Illinois. 
Zadok Casey, Wm. L. May, Adam Snyder. 3. 

Alabama. 
Reuben Chapman, Joab Lawler, Dixon H. Lewis, 
Francis S. Lyon, Joshua L. Martin. 5. 
Missouri. 
Albert G, Harrison, John Miller. 2. 

Arkansas. 
Archibald Yell. 1. 

Michigan. 
Isaac E. Crary. 1. 

Florida Territory. 
Charles Downing, Delegate. 

Wisconsin Territory. 
George W. Jones, Delegate. 



160 JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Held at Washington on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually. 
Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, salary, $5,000 

Joseph Story, Asso. Justice, do 4,500 

S. Thompson, do do 4,500 

John McLean, do do 4,000 

Henry Baldwin, do do 4,500 

James M. Wayne, do do 4,500 

Philip P. Barbour, do do 4,500 

William Catron, do do • ' 4,500 

John M'Kinley, do do 4,500 

B. F. Butler, Attorney General, do 3,500 

Richard Peters, jr., Reporter of Decisions, 1,000 
Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, salary, Fees of office. 

John Hunter, Marshal. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

April, Circuit — New Haven, last Wednesday. 

May, District— Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 

September, Circuit — Hartford, 17th day.* 

November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

* When this day occurs on Sunday, the session com- 
mences on the following Monday. 

DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge. Wm. S. Hollabird, At- 
torney. Chales A. Ingersoll, Clerk. N. Wilcox, Mar- 
shal.' Elihu Olmsted, Hartford, Erastus Osborn, New 
Haven, Deputy Marshals. 



OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 
New London — Ingoldsby W. Crawford, Col. ; Eli- 
jah Ames, Dep. ; John French, Surveyor; Thomas 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 161 

Mussey, Ins. ; Benjamin Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stoning- 
ton. 

Middletown— Noah A. Phelps, Col. ; L. Hubbard, 
Dep. and Insp. ; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown; 
William Willard, do., Saybrook ; W. Conner, do., 
Hartford ; S. R. Dickinson, Inspector. 

New Haven— Wm. H, Ellis, Col.; William Durand, 
Sur. ; Eli Mix, John Graham, Wm. Myers, Henry 
Ward, Noyes Darling, New Haven; Charles Elliott, 
Guilford and Madison ; Daniel B. Leete, Branford 
and Sachem's Head; Alfred Mallet, Milfordand Der- 
by, Inspectors. 

Fairfield — S. Simmons, Col.; D.B.Nichols, Ins. 



REVENUE CUTTERS. 

Wolcott, Connecticut ; Andrew Mather, Capt. Hen- 
ry Prince, jr., 1st Lieut. Stephen Thatcher, 2d Lieut. 
James Thompson, 3d Lieut. — Vigilant, Rhode Island; 
H. N. Tracy, 1st Lieut. Com't. Stephen Cornell, 2d 
Lt. Francis B. Wright, 3d Lt.— Rush, from New York 
to New Haven ; Wm W. Polk, Capt. John Besse, 1st 
Lt. Peter Storer, 2d Lt. Blyden Hedge, 3d Lt. 

FOREIGN MINISTERS, &c. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c, &c, of the 
United States in Foreign Countries. 

England. Andrew Stevenson, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. Theodore S. Fay, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

France. Lewis Cass, Minister Plenipotentiary. 
Charles E. Anderson, Secretary of Legation. 

Russia. George M. Dallas, Minister. 

Prussia. Henry Wheaton, Minister. 

Constantinople. David Porter, Charge d'AfTaires. 

Spain. John H. Eaton, Minister. Arthur Middle- 
ton, jr., Secretary of Legation. 

Portugal. Edward Kavanagh, Charge d' Affaires. 

Netherlands. Auguste Davezac, Charge d'AfTaires. 

Belgium. Virgil C. Maxcv, Charge d'AfTaires. 
11 



162 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Sweden and Norway. Christopher Hughes, Charge 
d'ArTaires. 

Denmark. Jno. F. Woodside, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Mexico. Powhaltan Ellis, Minister. Charles Ellis, 
Secretary of Legation. 

Colombia. Robert B. M'AfTee, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Brazil. William Hunter, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Texas. Alsee La Branche, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Beunos Ayres. Thomas Lumpkin, Consul. 

Central America. A. Williamson, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Pernambuco. Joseph Ray, Consul. 

Chili. Richard Pollard, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Peru J. B. Thornton, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Greece James Wilkin, Consul, Syra Island- 
Tunis. Samuel D. Heap, Consul. 

Tripoli. D. S. McCauley, Consul. 

Morocco. James R. Leib, Consul. 

China. Peter W. Snow, Consul, Canton. 

Sandwich Islands. John C. Jones, Commer. Agent. 



Ministers, Charges des Affaires, &c, &c, of For- 
eign Powers, in the United States. 

France. M. Edward Pontais, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. George Krehmer, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

Great Britain. Henry Stephen Fox, Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Chas. Bank- 
head, Esq., Secretary of Legaiion. 

Spain. D. A. C. Calderon, Envoy Extraordinary. 

Russia. M. Kremer, Charge d'ArTaires and Minis- 
ter. M. Smirnove, attache. 

Austria. Baron de Lederer, Consul General. 

Prussia. Baron de Roenne, Minister. 

Portugal. Joaquim Cesar de Figamere e Morao, 
Charge d'ArTaires and Consul General. 

Denmark. Stein Anderson Bille, Charge d'ArTaires. 

Sweden and Norway. Chevalier S. Lorich, Consul 
General and Charge d'ArTaires. 

Belgium. Baron Behr, Charge d'ArTaires. 



ARMY LIST. 163 

Rome. Giovanni Sartori, Consul General. 

The two Sicilies. Dominico Morelli, Consul Gen. 

Colombia. Don Domingo Acosta, Charge d'Afiaires 
and Consul General. 

Brazil. D. Cavalcanti d'Albuquerque, Charge d'Af- 
faires. Silvestie de Souza Telles, Consul General. 

Texas. Memucan Hunt, Envoy Extraordinary and 
Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Ministers Plenipotentiary receive an annual salary 
of $9,000, besides ft^OOO for outfit. A Charge d'Af- 
iaires receives a salary of $4,500, and a Secretary of 
Legation, $2,000. 



ARMY LIST. 

Alexander Macomb, Major-general comm'g the army. 

Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Winfield Scott, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Thomas S. Jesup, brigadier gen. and qr. master gen. 

Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. John E. Wool, inspector gen. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. George Crogan, inspector general. 

Roger Jones, adjutant general, col. brev. 

Major Henry Whiting, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 

Major Truman Cross, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 

Major Henry Stanton, quartermaster. 

General Nathan Towson, paymaster general. 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. of purchases. 

Maj. Jas. H. Hook, Capt. J. P. Taylor, commissaries. 

The army consists of 1 major general, 2 brigadier 
generals, 1 adjutant general, 2 inspector generals, 1 
quartermaster general, 4 quartermasters, 1 commissary 
general of subsistence, 2 commissaries, 1 surgeon 
general, 15 surgeons, 60 assistant surgeons, 1 paymas- 
ter general, 17 paymasters, 1 commissary general of 
purchases, 2 military store keepers, 15 colonels, 15 
lieutenant colonels, 23 majors, 146 captains, 336 lieu- 
tenants, 1008 non-commissioned officers, 272 musicians, 
108 artificers, and 5902 privates. Total 7958. 



164 NAVY LIST. 

NAVY LIST. 

Captains.— John Rogers, James Barron, Charles 
Stewart, Isaac Hull, Isaac Chauneey, Jacob Jones, 
Charles Morris, Lewis Warrington, Wm. M. Crane, 
James Biddle, Charles G. Ridgely, Daniel T. Patter- 
son, Melancthon T. Woolsey, J. Orde Creighton, John 
Downes, Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Ren- 
shaw, Alexander S. Wadsworth, George C. Read, 
Henry E. Ballard, David Deacon, Samuel Woodhouse, 
Joseph J. Nicholson, Edmund P. Kennedy, Alexander 
J. Dallas, John B. Nicholson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap 
Catesby Jones, William Compion Bolton, Willram B. 
Shubrick, Alexander Claxton, Charles W. Morgan, 
Lawrence Kearny, Foxhall A. Parker, Edward R. 
McCall, Daniel Turner, David Conner, John Galla- 

fher, Thomas Holdup Stevens, William M. Hunter, 
ohn D. Sloat, Matthew C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, 
John T. Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence Rousseau, 
George W. Storer, Beverly Kennon, Edward R. 
Shubrick. 50. 

Masters Commandant — F.H.Gregory, John H. Clack, 
P. F. Voorhees, Benjamin Cooper, David Geisinger, 
Robert F. Stockton, Isaac McKeever, John P. Zant- 
zinger, William D. Salter, Charles S. McCauley, 
Thomas M. Newell, Elie A. F. Vallette, William A. 
Spencer, Thomas T. Webb, John Percival, John H. 
Aulick, William V. Taylor. Mervine P. Mix, Bladen 
Dulany, Silas H. Stiingham, Isaac Mayo, William K. 
Latimer, William Mervine, Thomas Crabb, Edward 
B. Babbit, Thomas Paine, James Armstrong, Joseph 
Smoot, Samuel L. Breese, Benjamin Page, Jr., John 
Gwinn, Thomas W. Wyman, Andrew Fitzhugh, 
Abraham S. Ten Eick, John White. Hiram Paulding, 
Jonathan D. Williamson, Uriah P. Levy, Charles 
Boarman, French Forrest, William E. McKenney, 
William J. Belt, William Jamesson, William Boe- 
rum, Charles L. Williamson, Charles Gauntt, William 
Ramsay, Ralph Voorhees, Henry Henry. 49. 



NAVY LIST. H)f) 

VESSELS IN COMMISSION. 

In the Mediterranean. Frigates Constitution and 
United States, Com. Elliott and John Sharpe. 

In the Pacific. The North Carolina, 74, Com. Bal- 
lard ; sloops Falmouth and Lexington ; schooners 
Boxer and Enterprise. 

Brazil Coast. The Independence, Razee, Com. 
Nicholson ; sloop Fairfield, and brig Dolphin. 

West Indies. The Frigate Constellation, Com. Dal- 
las; sloops Boston, Vandalia, St. Louis, Concord, On- 
tario, Natchez ; schooner Grampus. 

East Indies. Frigate Columbia, Com. Read ; sloop 
John Adams. 

Atlantic Coast. Brig Porpois, Lieut. Com'g, C. 
Wilkes. 

Steamer Fulton, Capt. M. C. Perry, coast. 

Surveying Coast. Schooners Jersey, Gedney, Ex- 
periment, Blake. 

Exploring Expedition — South Sea. Frigate Mace- 
donian, Com. Jones ; store ship Relief, Dornin ; brig 
Consort, Glynn ; brig Pioneer, Newman ; schooner 
Active, Woolsey. 

VESSELS IN ORDINARY. 

Of the lAne. Columbus, Washington, Franklin, 
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio. 

Frigates. Hudson, Columbia, Brandywine, Potom- 
ac, Guerriere, Java. 

Sloops of War. Erie, John Adams, Vincennes, 
Warren, Peacock. 



ON THE STOCKS. 
Four ships of the line, six frigates, and two sloops 
of war. 



166 



TIME OF ELECTION. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

The Elections for Representatives in the twenty-sixth 
Congress, will be holden in the several States, as 
follows : 



States. No. 
Maine 8 

N. Hampshire 5 
Vermont 5 

Massachusetts 12 
Rhode Island 2 
Connecticut 
New York 
New Jersey 
Pennsylvania 
Delaware 
Maryland 
♦Virginia 
*N. Carolina 
S. Carolina 
Georgia 
Alabama 
Mississippi 
Louisiana 
Tennessee 
Kentucky 
Ohio 
Indiana 
Illinois 
Missouri 
Michigan 
Arkansas 



Manner. 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Gen. ticket, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Districts, 
Ge». ticket, 
Gen. ticket, 
Gen. ticket, 



Time of Election. 

2d Monday Sept. 1838 

2d Tues. March, 

1st Tuesday Sept. 

2d Monday Oct. 

3d Wedns. Aug. 

1st Monday April, 1839 

1st Monday Nov. 1838 

1st Tuesday Nov, 

2d Tuesday Oct. 

2d Tuesday Nov. 

1st Monday Oct. 

April, 

August, 

2d Mondy, Oct. 

1st Monday Oct. 

1st Monday Aug. 

1st Monday Nov. 

1st Monday July, 

1st Thursday Aug. 1839 

1st Monday Aug. 1839 

2d Tuesday Oct. 

1st Monday Aug. 

1st Monday Aug. 

1st Monday Aug. 

1st Monday Nov. 

1st Monday Oct. 



1839 
1838 
1838 
1839 



1838 
1838 
1838 
1839 
1838 
1839 
1838 
1838 
1839 
1839 
1838 



1838 
1839 
1838 
1838 
1839 
1839 



* Virginia and North Carolina vote on different days, 
in the several counties, during the months of April and 
August, 



SURPLUS REVENUE. 

Statement of Distribution of Surplus Revenue of Thirty 
Millions, among the several States, agreeably to the 
number of Electoral votes for President, and accord- 
ing to the constitutional mode of direct taxation by 
representative population, as per census. 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Vermont 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Tennessee 

Kentucky 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Arkansas 

Michigan 



399,454 
269,327 
610,408 
97,192 
297,665 
280,652 

1,918,578 
319,921 

1,348,072 

75,421 

405,842 

1,028,502 
639,747 
455,025 
429,811 
262,507 
110,35 
171,904 
625,263 
621,832 
987,901 
343,030 
157,146 
130,419 
28,551 
31,625 



W 



sgflSH 



999,371 

673,813 

1,527,144 

243,159 

744,711 

702,147 

4,799,978 

800,392 

3,372,662 

188,716 

1,015,352 

2,560,640 

1,600,546 

1,138,400 

1,075,319 

656,751 

276,096 

430,076 

1,564,309 

1,555,725 

2,346,479 

858,206 

393,154 

326,288 

71,445 

79,121 



11,991,168 204 30,000,000 30,000,000 



168 VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 

Official Canvass of Votes for State Officers for 

THE YEAR 1837. 
GOVERNOR. 



Counties. Edwards. 


Ellsworth. Scat. 


Hartford, 4396 


4395 


4 


New Haven, 4044 


3635 


8 


New London, 2542 


2256 




Fairfield, 3619 


3249 


1 


Windham, 1972 


1736 




Litchfield, 3513 


3410 




Middlesex, 2158 


1449 


1 


Tolland, 1561 


1378 


2 


23,805 


21,508 


16 


LIEUT. GOVERNOR. 




Ebenezer Stoddard, 




23,853 


Benjamin Isaacs, 


21,389 




Scattering, 


9- 


-21,398 


SECRETARY. 






Royal R. Hinman, 




23,905 


Nathaniel Perry, 


20,960 




Scattering, 


448- 


-21,408 


TREASURER. 






Jeremiah Brown, 




23,959 


Nathaniel Goodwin, 


21,362 




Scattering, 


6—21,368 


CONTROLLER. 






William Field, 




23,849 


Roger Huntington, 


21,442 




Scattering, 


15- 


-21,457 


CONGRESS. 






District No. 1. — Isaac Toucey, 




4410 


Joseph Trumbull, 


4334 


Scattering, 




19—4353 


No. 2. — Samuel Ingham, 




6183 


Henry C. Flagg 




4982 


Scattering, 




30—5012 


No, 3.— Elisha Haley, 




2367 



VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 



169 



Thomas W. Williams, 2252 

Scattering, 3 — 2255 

No. 4.— Thomas T. Whittlesey, 3004 

Gideon Tomlinson, 3239—3239 

No. 5.— Lancelot Phelps, 3493 

Phineas Miner, 3391 

Scattering, 3—3394 

No. 6.— Orrin Holt, 3409 

John H. Brockway, 3105 

Scattering, 4—3109 

SENATORS. 

District No. 1. — Martin Kellogg, 1G91 

James L. Belden, 1104 

Job Allyn, 419 

Scattering, 2—1585 

No. 2.— Ozias Roberts, 1395 

Erastus Woodruff, 1269—1269 

No. 3.— Charles T. Hillyer, 1464 

Ansel Humphrey, 1276 

Scattering, 4—1280 

No. 4._R ger S. Baldwin, 1572 

Charles H. Pond, 1423—1423 

No. 5.— James D. Wooster, 1318 

John A. Coe, 1075 

Scattering, 1—1076 

No. 6— Noah Pomeroy, 1237 

James Thompson, 995 

Scattering, 1—996 

No. 7.—Caleb J. Alien, 699 

Asa Fsh, 669 

Scattering, 1—670 

No. 8.— Elias Hewit, 1045 

Amos Avery, 856 — 856 

No. 9.— Elisha Waterman, 703 

David H. Fox, 689 

Scattering, 1—690 

No 10.— James C. Loomis, 1290 

Enoch Foote, 960-960 



170 



ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES. 



No. 11. 


—Samuel St. John, 


1205 




Ephraim M. White, 


1239 




Ebenezer Stoddard, 


122—1361 


No. 12. 


— Charles Hawley, 


1041 




Bastow F. White, 


888 




Scattering, 


5—893 


No. 13.- 


— Bela P. Spalding, 


940 




Justin Swift, 


809—809 


No. 14.- 


— Ichabod Bulkley, [deceased] 1026 




Thomas Backus, 


915 




Scattering, 


1—916 


No. 15. 


— James Bebee, 


1291 




David Marsh, 


llM 




Scattering, 


2—1153 


No. 16.- 


—Matthew Miner, 


1219 




Jehiel Williams. 


1061—1061 


/ No. 17.- 


—Peter Bieree, 


1080 


/ 


Martin Strong, 


1011 




Scattering, 


2—1013 


No. 18.- 


—Joseph Coe, 


900 




William L. Storrs, 


528 




Scattering, 


41—569 


No. 19- 


—William Palmer, 


1179 




George Read, 


900 




Scattering, 


6—906 


No. 20.- 


—Benjamin Pinney, 


782 




Hiram Rider, 


633—633 


No.21.- 


— Alonzo W. Birge, 


747 ■ 




Timothy Dimock, 


695—695 


ALLOTMENT OF JUDGES FOR 1837-8. 




SUMMER CIRCUIT. 




Church, J. 


Hartford County, 




Huntington, J. New Haven County. 




Wait, J. 


Fairfield and New London Go's. 


Bissel, J. 


Windham and Litchfield Co's. 


Williams, C. 


J. Middlesex and Tolland Counties. 




WINTER CIRCUIT. 




Williams, C. 


J. Hartford County. 




Wait, J. 


New Haven County, 





ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 171 

Bissell, J. Fairfield County. 

Huntington, J. New London County. 

Church J. Windham and Litchfield Co's. 

Huntington, J. Middlesex County. 

Wait, J. Tolland County.* 

ARTICLES 

Received too late for insertion in their proper places. 

MIDDLETOWN SAVINGS' BANK. 

Richard Rand, President. 
Richard Hubbard, Augustus Cook, Vice Presidents. 
Directors — Joseph Taylor, W. C. Bowers, L. C. 
Lyman, Wm. Southmayd, Jr. 

Henry S. Ward, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Deputy Sheriffs, Litchfield County. 
Stephen Demming, Peter W. Powell, Litchfield 
Asa Picket, New Milford ; John S. Warner, Plymouth 
Lewis Judd, Woodbury; John H. St. John, Kent 
Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; Heman Howe, Canaan 
Daniel S. Clapp, Salisbury; Mark Bigelow, Norfolk 
Henry Seymour, New Hartford; Jesse Williams, 
Winchester ; William Odell, Goshen. 

Windham County Colonization Society. 
Ebenezer Young, President. 
Darius Matthewson, Vine Robinson, Solomon Payne, 
Vice Presidents. 

George B. Matthewson, Treasurer. 
William Hutchins, Secretary. 
Daniel P. Tyler, Nathan Allen, Erastus Lester, Man- 
agers. 



Ftonington Borough. 
Elisha Faxon, Warden. 
Charles H. Smith, G. Trumbull, S. Cheesebrough, 
Benjamin Pomeroy, Stiles Stanton, Ezra Cheesebrough, 
Jr., Burgesses, 



172 ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

Elisha Faxon, Jr., Clerk. 

C. Sabin, Attorney, Stonington. ^ 

A 

New York, Providence, and Boston Rail Road. ^ 

Courtlandt Palmer, President. 

F. Any, Clerk. 

United States Peace Society. 
William Ladd, President. 
Executive Committee — Rev. Ralph Emerson, D. D., 
Rev. George C. Beckwith, Amasa Walker, Charles 
Sumner, J. P. Blanchard, Thomas Vose, fcewis T. 
Stoddard, John Owen, Edward Noyes, Thomas 
Thompson, Jr. 

William Ladd, General Agent. 
Rev. George C. Beckwith, Corresponding Sec'y- 
Thomas Thompson, Jr., Recording Secretary. 
James K. Whipple, Treasurer. 



Benevolent Consociation for the Western District of 
New Haven County. 
Rev. Bezaleel Pinneo, President. 
Secretaries. 
Rev. John E. Bray, for Home Missions. 
Rev. Henry N. Day, for Cause of Education. 
Rev. Asa M. Train, for Bible Cause. 
Mr. Edward Scoville, for Sabbath Schools. 
Mr. William Stebbins, for Foreign Missions. 
Rev. Abraham, Browne, for Cause of Seamen. 
Rev. Lewis D. Howell, for Tract Cause. 
Amos Townsend, Jr., of New Haven, Treasurer. 



Dele. — Joseph Wood, Attorney, Bridgeport. 



INDEX. 



A. 

Academies, &c. 128, 129 
Allotment of Judges, 170 
Almanack, 8 

Associations, 120 

Asylum, Orphan, 137 

American, 136 

Attorneys, 

Hartford County, 30 

New Haven, 34 

New London, 37 

Fairfield, 40 

Windham, 43 

Litchfield, 46 

Middlesex, 48 

Tollana, 49 

B. 

Banks, 104—113 

Savings, 114, 115 

Bible Society, 135 

Bishops, 133, 134 

Boroughs, 103, 104 

C 

Canvass for Gov. &c. 168 

Cities, 

Hartford, 100 

New Haven, 101 

New London, 101 

Norwich, 102 

Middletown, 102 

Bridgeport, 102 

Clergv, 140—147 

Colleges, 122—128 

Commencements, 130 

Commissioners on 

Roads, 54—58 

Bridges, 58 

Ferries, 58 



Commissioners on 

Thames Channel, 59 
Union Company, 59 
Norwich and Preston 

Bridge, 59 

Farmington Canal, 59 
Conn. River Co., 60 

Appoint, to take ack. 
of Deeds. &c, 60 

To distribute Arms, 100 

Companies, 118—119 

Congressional district- 
ing Law, 63 

Conn. Government, 
Executive, 23 

Senate, 23 

Representatives, 24 — 27 
Judicial and Civil, 28 
Hartford County, 28 

New Haven, 31 

New London, 35 

Fairfield, 38 

Windham, 41 

Litchfield, 43 

Middlesex, 46 

Tolland, 48 

Courts, 

Superior and County, 
(SeeCalend. pages.) 
Probate, 50—52 

D. 

Districts, Congressional, 62 
Senatorial, 61, 62 

Distances from Wash- 
ington, 7 

Directors, 
Farmington Canal, 1 19 
State Prison, 60 



174 



INDEX. 



E. 

Eclipses, 3 

Electors' Meeting, 10 

Episcopal Sund. School 

Union, 133 

Miss. Society, 132 

Convent. Meetings, 132 

Scholarship Soc. 131 

Society for the Prom. 

of Christ. Knowl. 134 

F. 

Foreign Miss. Soc. 132 

G. 
Governors. 153 

H. 
Hospital, State, 138 

Insurance Comp's, 115-117 

L. 
Literary Institutions, 131 

M. 
Masonic, 147 

Medical Society, 139 

Militia, 70—99 

Monuments, 
Groton, 119 

Hale, 120 

N. 
New Haven Atheneum,131 



Notaries, 



52 



Peace Soc. Conn. 121; 

Hartford, County, 121 
Pension Agent, 100 

Post Offices and Mas- 
ters, 147—151 

Postage, rates, 152 1 



R. 

Retreat for Insane, 137 
Railroad Companies, 
New York and Prov- 

dence, 119 

Hart, and N. Haven, 119 
S. 
Steamboat Company, 

New Haven, 118 

Surplus Revenue, 167 

Surveyors of Conn, 63 

T. . 

Tables, High Water, 4 

Roads, 5 

Gold Coins, 8 

Interest, 10 

Theological Institute, 130 

Temperance Soc's, 120,121 

Time cf Election of U. 

S. Representatives, 166 
Town Officers, 64—69 
Tract Society, 134 

U. 

United States Calendar, 

U. S. Executive, 154 

Judicial, 160 

Senate, 155, 156 

- Representatives, 156-159 

163 

164 

162 
161 
160 
160 
161 



Army, 
Navy, 
Ministers, &c. 

Abroad, 

Foreign, 
Courts, 
Customs, 
Cutters, 



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1838. 



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- Thursday* 

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AUG 12 3 4 


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11 12 13 14 15 16 17 


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SEPT i 


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18 19 20 21 22 £3 24 


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OCT1 2 3 4 5 6 


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29 30 


28 29 30 31 


MAY 


NOV 1 2 3 


12 3 4 6 


4 5 6 7 8 9 10 


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 


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lo 14 15 16 17 18 19 


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THE SEASONS. 
Spring commences March 20. 
Summer commences June 21. 
Autumn commences Sept. 23. 
Winter commences Dec. 22. 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London, 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza. 
bethtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cape Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in , Georgia and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted— H. stands for hours — 
M. for minutes. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


NAMES OP PLACES. 


H. M. 


Amboy, 


s. 


5 


Newburyport, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 


New Haven, 


A. 


2 00 


Annapolis, Novs 


.A. 


3 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


New Bedford, 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing,A. 


45 


Boston, 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Pensacola, 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 20 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway, 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Port Royal, S:C. 


S. 


30 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


Georgetown Bar, S. 


2 20 


Providence, 


s. 


1 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Rhode Island, 


s. 


45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy Hook, 


A. 


55 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Savannah, 


S. 


1 12 


Ipswich, 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B. 


S. 


1 25 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Main Ocean, 


S. 


45 


Tybeo Bar, 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Williamsburg, Va 


.A. 


2 15 


Nantucket, 


S. 


1 30 


Wilmington, N.C 


.A. 


2 15 



ROADS. 



ROADS. 

Old Road from Boston /oiFrom Boston to Hart'd. 123 
New York. Hartford to N. York 112 

To Cambridge 3 

4 Whole distance 236 



Waiertown 

Waltham 

Weston 

Sunbuiy 

Marlborough 

Northborough 

Shrewsbury 

Worcester 

Leiceste r 

Spencer, 

Brookfield, 

Weston 

Palmer 

Wilbraham 

Springfield' 

Suffield 

Windsor 

Hartford 

Berlin 

Meriden 

Wallingford 

Kew Haven 

Mil ford 

Stratford 

Bridgeport 

Fairfield 

Saugatuc 

Norwalk 

Darien 

Stamford 

Horse neck 

Rye 

East Chester 

West Farms 

Harlaem Bridge 

New-York 



5 

4 

10 

5 

6 

6 

5 

5 

7 

6* 

6 

7 

11 

14 

10 

7 

10 

6 



Hartford to Windsor, Vt. 
Springfield 23 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 28 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

New-London to Newport. 
Westerly ]5 

Tower Hill 25 

Naraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

New- York to Washington. 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington J23 

Susquehannah (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Farmington 20 

Worcester fQ 

Sturbridge 13 

Stafford jg 

Vernon \% 

Hartford 14 

6 Turnpike from New London 
to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7£ 

N. Stonington, Miner's p£ 
Hopkinton City 2£ 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence \$i 



41 

5 
5 
10 
4 
4 
8 



6 ROADS. 

Boston 42 

Whole distance 92J 
From New-London to Nor 

xoich and Boston. 

To Montville 7 

Norwich 6 

Jewett's City 8 

Plainfeld 7 

Sterling 4 

Scituate 11 

Providence 15 

Attleborough 12 

Walpole 10 

Dedham 10 

Boston 10 



Total 100 
From Boston to Portland. 

Lynn 7 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 7 

Newburyport 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 10 

Kennebeck 29 

Portland 2' 

Total 119 
New-London to N. Haven. 

Lyme 16 

Saybrook 3 

Killingworth C 

Guilford 9 



Brandford, 
New Haven 



Total 53 

New-London to Hartford. 
Montville, 8 

Salem, 6 

Colchester, 6 

Marlborough, & 



Glastenbury, Welles's 10 
Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 5-4 

From Hartford to Albany. 



Avon 


10 


N. Hartford 


10 


Winchester 


s 


Norfolk 


8 


Sheffield 


14 


Great Barrington 


6 


W. Stockbridge 


10 


N. Canaan 


8 


Chatham 


6 


Nassau Village 


4 


Schodack 


6 


Albany, Skinner's 


6 



Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from N 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence^ R. J* 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads 9£ 

Thence to Norwich city 10§ 



Total 



50 



From Norwich by Preston 

& Voluntown to Prov. 58 

Thence to Boston 42 

Total 100 
From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine 14 

Herkimer IT 

Utica, Shepard's 16 

VernoH 19 

Manlius 24 



HOADS. 



Marcellus 


17iWindham 14 


Skeneateles 


lOJHartford 30 


Auburn 


6 


70 


Cayuga 


4 


Post Road from Hartford to 


Geneva 


5 


Providence. 


Gorham 


10 


ManchesterlO Coventry IS 


Canandaigua 


6 


Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 15 


East Bloomfield 


6 


Killingly Centre, 14 


West Bloomfield 


5 


Gloucester 8 Scituate 16 


Lima 5 Avon 3 


8 


Providence 8j 


Caledonia 


7 


Total 69i 


Batavia 


18 


Middle Road from Boston to 


Buffalo 


36 


Hartford. 


From Canandaigua to JW 


Dedham 10 


agara Falls. 




Pomfret 47 


Genesee River 


2?4 


Hartford 40 


Batavia 


27 


97 


Buffalo Creek 


36 


From Hartford to N. Haven, 


Niagara Falls 


214 


through Middletown. 


112 





Middletown 15 


From Providence to Harlfd 


Northford 12 


Plainfield 


30 New Haven 39 — 11 


Distances from Washington to the Capitals of all 


the States 


—Main Post Road. 


Northern Route. 


Southern Route. 


To Baltimore 


38 


Richmond, Va. 123 


"Wilmington, Del. 


111 


Fayettville, N. C. 34* 


Philadelphia 


137 


Columbus, Ohio, 418 


Trenton, N. J. 


170 


Charleston, S C. 544 


New York 


227 


Frankfort, Ken. 565 


New Haven 


304 


fndianapolis, Ind. 603 


Middletown 


329 


Savannah, Geo. 657 


Hartford 


336 


Murfreesboro' Ten. 708 


New London 


360 


Vandalia, Illinois, 781 


Norwich 


373 


St. Louis, Miso. 856 


Providence 


410 


Tuscaloosa, Alab. 850 


Boston 


436 


Monticello, Missis. 1233 


Portsmouth, N. H. 


492 


New Orleans, Lou. 1200 


Montpelier, Vt. 


534 


Tallahassee, Florida. 8915 


Portland, Me. 


554 


Little Rock, Arkansas, 1068 


Eastport 


868 


Detroit, Michigan, 526 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual use 
at the United States Mint, for estimating the Value 
of Gold. 







Grains 


Standard 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


of pure 


before 1st 


after 1st 






Gold. 


Aug.1834. 


Aug.1834. 


BRAZIL. 


pwt. grs. 




$ c. 


m. 


$ c. nu 


Johannes, half in 












proportion, 


18 




16 




17 06 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 66 


6 


32 71 4 


Dobra, 


18 6 


401 5 


16 22 


2 


17 30 5 


Moidore, half in 












proportion, 


6 22 , 


152 2 


6 14 


9 


6 56 


Crusado, 


16* 


15 8 


59 


8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 












Guinea, half in 












proportion, 


5 9J 


118 7 


4 79 


6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, half in 












proportion, 


5 3J 


113 1 


4 57 




4 87 5 


Seven shilling piece 


1 19 


39 6 


1 60 




1 70 6 


FRANCE. 












Double Louis, coin- 












ed before 1786, 


10 11 


224 9 


9 68 


7 


9 69 4 


Louis do. do. 


5 5i 


112 4 


4 54 


1 


4 84 4 


Double Louis, coin- 












ed since 1786, 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 




9 16 3 


Louis do. do. 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 


5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, 












or 40 francs, - 


8 7 


179 


7 23 


2 


7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 












francs, 


4 3i 


89 7 


3 62 


4 


3 86 6 


COLOMBIA. 












Doubloons, . 


17 8§ 


360 5 


14 56 




15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



TABLE OF COINS — Continued. 









Grains 


Standard 


Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


of pure 


before 1st 


after 1st 








Gold. 


Aug.1834. 


Aug.1834. 


MEXICO. 


pwt. grs. 




p 


c. m. 


$- c. m. 


Doubloons, shares 














in proportion, - 


17 


84 


360 5 


14 


56 


15 53 8 


PORTUGAL. 














Dobraon, 


34 


12 


759 


30 


66 6 


32 11 4 


Dobra, 


18 


6 


401 5 


16 


22 2 


17 35 6 


Johannes, - 


18 






16 




17 06 9 


Moidore, half in 














proportion, 


6 


22 


152 2 


6 


14 9 


6 56 


Pieceofl6testoons 














or 1600 rees, - 


2 


6 


49 3 


1 


99 2 


2 12 5 


OldCrusado400do 




15 


13 6 




54 9 


58 6 


New do 480 do 




16* 


14 8 




59 8 


63 7 


Milree coined 1775 




19} 


18 1 




73 2 


78 


SPAIN. 














Quadruple pistole, 














or doubloon, 1772 














double, single and 














shares in propor- 














tion, - 


17 


84 


437 2 


15 


03 


16 03 3 


Doubloon, 1801, 


17 


9 


360 5 


14 


56 


15 53 8 


Pistole, 1801, - 


4 


8* 


80 1 


3 


64 


3 88 3 


Coronilia gold dol- 














lar, or Vintem, 














1801, - . 


1 


3 


22 8 




92 1 


98 2 


U. STATES OF 














AMERICA. 














Eagle coined before! 












July 31, 1834, ill 


6 


247 5 


10 




10 66 8 


Eagle coined after 












July 31, 1834, 














shares in pro- 














portion, - 


10 


18 


232 




*0 



10 



TABLE OF INTEREST. 



TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 



1 w.) 1 m.| 3m. } 6m. jl yr. 





r 


,.c.| 


D. C. 


D. C.| 


D. C. 


D. C. 


Cents 


10 



















20 














*0 




30 














1 




40 











1 


2 




50 


o 








2 


3 


Dollars 


1 


o 





1 


3 


6 




2 





1 


3 


6 


12 




3 


o 


1 


4 


O 9 


18 




4 





2 


6 


12 


24 




5 


o 


3 


7 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5 


15 


30 


60 




2C 


2 


10 


SO 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 30 




40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 




100 


12 


50 


1 50 


3 


6 




200 


25 


1 


3 


6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 


4 50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 


6 


12 


24 




500 


62 


2 50 


7 50 


15 


30 




1000 


1 25 


5 


J5 


30 


60 o 



O" To find the interest of any particular sum for any 
certain time, multiply the sum by the number of months, 
take one half of the product, and you will find the two 
right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, on the left 
hand, are dollars, which is the answer. If there be cents 
in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you will 
find the two right hand figures to be fractions, the two 
next cents, and the remainder in dollars. 



ELECTORS' MEETINGS, 

Are annually holden in the several Towns on the 
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 





January hath 31 days, beg 


inning on 


Tuesday. 


C 7th, 4h. 18m. £. 


) 22d, 6h. 31m. M. 


© 15th, lOh. 8m. M. 


# 29th, lOh. 53m. M. 


M. 


n 


Calendar, &c. |0r. | 0s. |F.sea |r. D s. 


1 


3 




7 2814 32 


11 5 


6 23 


2 


4 




7 274 33 


11 54 


7 29 


3 


5 


Day break 5h. 42m. 


7 27|4 33 


morn 


8 36 


4 


6 


$ rise lOh. 40m. 


7 26 


4 34 


38 


9 37 


5 


7 




7 26 


4 34 


1 20 


10 39 


6 


F 


Epiph. 


7 25 


4 35 


1 59 


11 34 


7 


2 




7 25 


4 35 


2 38 


morn 


8 


3 


Jp rise 4h. 23m. M. 


7 24 


4 36 


3 18 


30 


9 


4 


4 rise Oh. 15m. M. 


7 24 


4 36 


3 59 


1 42 


10 


5 


7#s. South 8h. 


7 23 


4 37 


4 43 


2 42 


11 


6 




7 22 


4 38 


5 31 


3 54 


12 


7 


(9 runs low. 


7 21 


4 39 


6 23 


4 58 


13 


F 


1st Sunday after Epiph. 


7 21 


4 39 


7 19 


6 1 


14 


2 




7 20 


4 40 


8 18 


6 59 


15 


3 


Day break 5h. 37m. 


7 19 


4 41 


9 17 


sets. 


16 


4 


$ South 4h. 21 m. M. 


7 18 


4 42 


10 14 


6 10 


17 


5 


Full tides. 


7 18 


4 42 


11 14 


7 26 


18 


6 


Sun S. cl. 11m. 


7 17 


4 43 


11 59 


8 41 


19 


7 


O Perigee. 


7 16 


4 44 


aft.47 


9 54 


20 


F 


2d after Epiph. 


7 15 


4 45 


1 35 


tl 6 


21 


2 


Tp rise 3h. 38m. M. 


7 14 


4 46 


2 24 


mom 


22 


3 




7 13 


4 47 


3 16 


23 


23 


4 


If rise llh. 24m. 


7 12 


4 48 


4 7 


1 37 


24 


5 




7 11 


4 49 


5 3 


2 50 


25 


6 


O runs high. 


7 104 50 


6 2 


3 57 


26 


7 


Days length 9h. 42m. 


7 94 51 


7 2 


5 3 


27 


F 




7 84 52 


8 


5 59 


28 


2 


$ rise 9h. 24m. 


7 74 53 


8 25 


6 54 


29 


3 


Day break 5h. 28. 


7 64 54 


9 45 


rises. 


30 


4 




7 5*4 55 


10 32 


6 23 


31 


5 


? sets 6h. 


7 44 56 


11 14 


7 26 



CALENDAR 

OF THE COURTS IN THIS STATE, ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford,, last Tuesday. 

At New Haven and Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURT. At Fairfield, first Tuesday, 



February hath 28 days, beginning on Friday. 



C 6th, lh. 54m E. 


) 20th, 3h. 2m. E. 


© 13th, lOh. 40m. E. 


* 28th, 3h. 47m. M. 


M. 


w | Calendar, &c. 


0r. |#s. |F.iealr.]>s. 


1 


6 




7 34 57 


11 55 


8 28 


2 


7 


1 


7 2 


4 58 


morn 


9 29 


3 


F 


(JO Apogee. 


7 1 


4 59 


34 


10 29 


4 


2 




6 59 


5 1 


1 ,13 


11 31 


5 


3 


$ rise 8h. 51m. 


6 57 


5 3 


1 53 


morn 


6 


4 


Day break 5h. 18. 


6 56 


5 4 


2 36 


30 


7 


5 


If rise lOh. 2lm. 


6 55 


5 5 


3 21 


1 37 


8 


6 




6 54 


5 6 


4 11 


2 41 


9 


7 


O runs high. 


6 53 


5 7 


5 5 


3 42 


to 


F 


? sets 6h. 25m. 


6 51 


5 9 


6 2 


4 44 


II 


2 


Sun S. cl. 14m. 


6 50 


5 10 


7 


5 33 


12 


3 




6 49 


5 11 


7 58 


6 21 


13 


4 


f? rise 2h. 16m. M. 


6 48 


5 12 


8 54 


sets. 


14 


5 


Valentine. 


6 46 


5 14 


9 48 


6 22 


15 


6 


(§ perigee. 


6 45 


5 15 


10 39 


7 38 


16 


7 


If rise 9h. 45m. 


6 44 


5 16 


11 29 


8 54 


17 


F 


Quinquages. 


6 42 


5 18 


aft. 1 8 


10 9 


18 


2 




6 41 


5 19 


1 9 


11 24 


19 


3 


? Stationary. 


6 40 


5 20 


% 3 


morn 


20 


4 


£ rise 7h. 45m. 


6 38 


5 22 


2 59 


39 


21 


5 


f) runs high. 


6 37 


5 23 


3 57 


1 49 


n 


6 




6 36 


5 24 


4 46 


2 59 


23 


7 


Day break 5h. 


6 34 


5 26 


5 54 


3 54 


24 


F 


1st Sunday in Lent. 


6 33 


5 27 


6 48 


4 48 


25 


2 


? sets 7h. 


6 32 


5 28 


7 40 


5 35 


26 


3 


Days length lOh. 58m. 


6 30 


5 30 


8 27 


6 22 


27 


4 




6 29 


5 31 


9 11 


rises. 


28 


5 




6 28 5 32 


9 52 


6 19 



The Planet Venus will be the Evening Star until the 
6th of October, then Morning Star until the end of the 
year. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, third Tuesday. Middle town, fourth do, 

COUNTY COURT. 
At Norwich, [a] second Tuesday, 







March hath 31 days, 


beg 


inning on 


Friday. 


i 8th, 8h. 44m. M. 


) 22d, Oh. 40m. M. 


© 15th, 9h. 25m. M 


% 29th, 9h. 31m. E. 


M. 


w.\ Calendar, &c. |0r. |0s. 


F.sea 


'.Ds. 


~i 


[6 




5 26 


5 34 


10 31 


7 19 


2 


7 


If. rise 9h. 45m. 


3 25 


5 35 


11 1C 


8 19 


3 


F 


2d in Lent. 


3 23 


5 37 


11 50 


9 19 


4 


2 


$ S. Oh. 55rn. M. 


6 22 


5 38 


morn 


10 22 


5 


3 


G S. cl. 12m. 


5 21 


5 39 


31 


11 24 


6 


4 


t) apogee. 7^cs. set 12h. 


6 19 


5 41 


1 15 


morn. 


7 


5 


? sets 7h. 26m. 


6 18 


5 42 


2 3 


30 


8 


6 


Day break 4h. 40m. 


6 16 


5 44 


2 54 


1 32 


9 


7 




5 15 


5 45 


3 48 


2 29 


10 


F 


3d in Lent. 


3 14 


5 46 


4 44 


3 25 


11 


e 


1? rise Oh. 37. M. 


6 12 


5 48 


5 4J 


4 9 


12 


3 




6 11 


5 49 


6 37 


4 53 


13 


4 




6 10 


5 50 


7 32 


5 33 


1 14 


5 


$ south mid't. 


6 8 


5 52 


8 24 


6 12 


15 


6 




6 7 


5 53 


9 15 


sets. 


16 


7 


(§ perigee. 


6 5 


5 55 


10 6 


7 46 


17 


F 


4th in Lent. 


6 4 


5 56 


10 58 


9 4 


18 


2 




6 3 


5 57 


11 52 


10 21 


19 


3 


'(§ runs low. 


6 1 


5 59 


aft.49 


11 38 


20 


4 


If rise 7h. 20m. 


6 O 


6 


1 9 


morn 


21 


5 




5 58 


6 2 


2 56 


46 


" 22 


6 


© SI. cl. 7m. 


5 57 


6 3 


3 49 


1 48 


23 


7 


Day break 4h. 15m. 


5 56 


6 4 


4 46 


2 47 


24 


F 


Palm Sunday. 


5 54 


6 6 


5 38 


3 27 


25 


2 




5 53 


6 7 


6 25 


4 7 


I 26 


3 


| So. llh. 


5 51 


6 9 


7 9 


4 33 


• 27 


4 




5 50 


6 10 


7 51 


4 59 


9 28 


5 


^ rise llh. 30m. 


5 49 


6 11 


8 30 


5 19 


- 29 


6 


Good Friday. 


5 47 


6 13 9 9 


rises. 


he 30 


7 


C) apogee. 


5 46 


8 14 9 49 


7 13 


ba 31 f 


Ea. Sunday. 


5 45|6 15|l0 29 


8 15 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

At Norwich, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, third do. 

Hartford, fourth do. Tolland, fourth do 



April hath 31 days, beginning on Monday. 



( 6th, llh. 45m. E. 
© 13th, 6h. 30m. E. 



) 20th, Oh. 5m. E. 
28th, 2h. 36m. E. 



Calendar, &c. 



IfiEr. 109. |F.sea|r.Es. 



lif 




5 43 


6 17 


11 12 


9 15 


23 




5 42 


6 18 


11 58 


10 27 


3 


4 




5 41 


6 19 


morn 


11 33 


4 


5 


H south mid. 


5 39 


6 21 


48 


morn 


5 


6 


V set 8h. 36m. 


5 38 


6 22 


1 40 


23 


6 


7 




5 36 


6 24 


2 35 


1 13 


7 


F 


1st after East. 


5 35 


6 25 


3 30 


2 1 


8 


2 


J? rise lOh. 42m. 


5 34 


6 26 


4 25 


2 50 


9 


3 


Day break 3h. 51m. 


5 32 


6 28 


5 18 


3 19 


10 


4 




5 31 


6 29 


6 9 


3 49 


11 


5 


$ set 4h. 19m. M. 


5 30 


6 30 


7 


4 15 


12 


6 




5 28 


6 32 


7 50 


4 41 


13 


7 


(|> perigee. 


5 27 


6 33 


8 42 


sets. 


14 


F 


2d after East. 


5 26 


6 34 


9 36 


7 54 


IS 


2 


f? rise lOh. 14m. 


5 24 


6 36 


10 33 


9 15 


16 


3 




5 23 


6 37 


11 34 


10 35 


17 


4 


® runs high. 


5 22 


6 38 


aft.36 


11 45 


18 


5 


% south 1th. 


5 21 


6 39 


1 39 


morn 


19 


6 




5 19 


6 41 


2 38 


45 


20 


7 


$ south 9h. 


5 18 


6 42 


3 33 


1 25 


21 


F 


3d after East. 


5 17 


6 43 


4 23 


2 5 


22 


2 


Day break 3h. 24m. 


5 15 


6 45 


5 8 


2 33 


23 


3 


7*s. 9h. 


5 14 


6 46 


5 50 


3 5 


24 


4 


$ stationary. 


5 13 


6 47 


6 30 


3 27 


25 


5 


? set 9h. 24m. 


5 12 


6 48 


7 9 


3 48 


26 


6 




5 11 


6 49 


7 49 


4 6 


27 


7 


(D apogee. 


5 § 


6 51 


8 28 


4 24 


28 


F 


4th after East. 


5 8 


6 52 


9 11 


rises. 


29 


2 


J set 3h. M. 


5 7 


6 53 


9 56 


8 1 


30 


3 


5 6 


6 54 


10 44 


9 10 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Tolland, third Tuesday. 
At Fairfield, Tuesday following first Monday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following first Monday . 

At Litchfield, second Tuesday. 



May hath 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



C 6th, lOh. 55m. M. 


) 20th, 2h. 29m. M. 


© 13th, 2h. 23m. M. 


# 28th, 5h. 51m. M. 


m.|w.) Calendar, &c. |^r. |^s. (F.sea |r. J> a. 


1 4 Elec. Hartford. 


5 5 


6 55 


11 3C 


► 10 19 


2 5 If south lOh. 


5 3 


6 57 


morn 


11 17 


3 6 d rery low. Day br. 3h. 


5 2 


6 58 


3C 


morn 


4 7 J? nse 8h. 54. 


5 1 


6 59 


1 24 


4 


5 F 


5 


7 


2 18 


43 


6 2 ? set 9h. 50m. 


4 59 


7 1 


3 10 


1 22 


7 3 


4 57 


7 3 


4 1 


I 49 


8 4 


4 56 


7 4 


4 50 


2 17 


9 5 J set 2h. 24m. M. 


4 55 


7 5 


5 38 


2 46 


10 6 


4 54 


7 6 


6 37 


3 14 


11 7 


4 53 


7 7 


7 19 


3 38 


12 f d perigee. 


4 52 


7 8 


8 14 


4 1 


13 2 ^ set 3h. M. 


4 51 


7 9 


9 13 


sets. 


|4 3 High tides. 


4 50 


7 10 


10 16 


9 29 


15 4 


4 49 


7 11 


11 21 


10 25 


16 5 if south 9h. 50m. 


4 48 


7 12 


aft.24 


11 21 


17 6 


4 47 


7 13 


1 23 


morn 


18 7 [p rise 7h. 55. 


4 46 7 14 


2 16 


6 


19 f Whit. Sun. 


4 45 7 15 


3 4 


36 


20 2 


4 447 16 


3 48 


1 5 


21 3 


4 43 7 17 


4 29 


1 27 


22 4 $ set Ih. 38m. M. 


4 42 7 18 


5 8 


I 50 


23 5 


4 42 7 18 


5 47 


2 10 


24 6 (1 apogee. 


4 41 7 19 


6 27 


2 30 


25 7 ? sets lOh. 15. 


4 40 7 20 


7 9 


2 52 


26 f Trin. Sun. 


4 39 7 21 


7 53 


3 14 


27 2 


4 39 7 21 


8 41 


3 41 


IS 3 h Stationary. 


4 38 7 22 


9 31 


rises. 


19 4 U sets 2h. M. 


i 38|7 22 


10 25 


9 TO 


to 5 (§ runs high. 4 37|7 23 


11 20 9 59 


h 6 Day break 2h. 30m. 14 37(7 23 


morn'lO 47 



JVo Courts hol&en this Month. 



June hath 31 days, beginning on Saturday. 



t 4th, 6h. 49m. E. 


) 18th, 5h. 13m. E. 


© 11th, 9d. 54m. M. 


# 26th, 7h. 12m. E. 


M.|W. 


Calendar, &c. | #r. |#s. | F.sea 


r. D 8, 


1 


7 




4 36 


7 24 


14 


11 22 


2 


F 


1st after Trin. 


4 36 


7 24 


1 7 


11 55 


3 


2 




4 35 


7 25 


1 57 


morn 


4 


3 




4 34 


7 26 


2*45 


20 


5 


4 


$ sets lOh. 19m. 


4 34 


7 26 


3 32 


42 


6 


5 


Day break 2h. 11m. 


4 33 


7 27 


4 20 


1 5 


7 


6 


7*8. rise 3h. M. 


4 33 


7 27 


5 8 


1 30 


8 


i 


U sets lh. 24m. M. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 


1 56 


9 


F 


(§ perigee. 


4 32 


7 28 


6 56 


2 32 


10 


2 


J? south 1 lh. 


4 32 


7 28 


7 56 


3 9 


11 


3 


$ set Oh. 33m. M, 


4 31 


7 29 


9 


sets. 


12 


4 


Full tides. 


4 31 


7 29 


10 5 


9 6 


13 


5 




4 31 


7 29 


11 7 


9 50 


14 


6 


h set 3h. 39m. M. 


4 31 


7 29 


aft. 4 


10 34 


15 


7 


. 


4 31 


7 29 


45 


11 3 


16 


F 


3d after Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


1 42 


11 33 


17 


2 




4 30 


7 30 


2 25 


11 54 


18 


3 


H sets Oh. 45m. M. 


4 30 


7 30 


3 5 


morn 


19 


4 




4 30 


7 30 


3 45 


12 


20 


5 




4 30 


7 30 


4 24 


33 


21 


6 


$ set midnight. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 5 


54 


22 


7 


(§ apogee. 


4 30 


7 30 


5 48 


1 17 


23 


F 


4th after Trin. 


4 30 


7 30 


6 35 


1 40 


24 


2 




4 31 


7 29 


7 25 


2 ]6 


25 


3 


$ sets lOh. 13m. 


4 31 


7 29 


8 18 


2 52 


26 


4 


7*s. rise lh. 44m. 


4 31 


7 29 


9 13 


rises. 


27 


5 




4 31 


7 29 


10 9 


8 47 


28|6 




4 31 


7 29 


11 3 


9 22 


29|7 


21 set midnight. 


4 31 


7 29 


11 54 


9 57, f 


30|f 


5th after Trin. 


4 31 


7 29 


morn 


10 22 * 



At 



At 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

Hartford, second Tuesday. Litchfield, thiiddo. 

At Danbury, [a] fourth do. i^ 

At New Haven, Tuesday following 4th do. 
COUNTY COURTS. 
New London, 2d Tuesday. New Haven, 4th do. 





July hath 31 days, 


seginning 


on Monday. 


C 4th, Oh. 26m. M. 


) 18d, lOh. 14m. M. 


© 10th, 6h. 13m. E. 


* 26th, 6h. 38m. M. 


M. 


w.) Calendar, &c. |®r. |&a. (F.sea |r. D e. 


1 


2 




4 32 


7 28 


44 


10 46 


2 


3 




4 32 


7 28 


1 31 


11 10 


3 


4 


if set llh. 44m. 


4 32 


7 28 


2 17 


11 33 


4 


5 


Independence dec. 1776. 


4 33 


7 27 


3 4 


11 57 


5 


6 


? sets 9h. 56m. 


4 33 


7 27 


3 53 


morn 


6 


7 




4 33 


7 27 


4 46 


25 


7 


F 


(JJ perigee. 


4 34 


7 26 


5 43 


1 6 


8 


2 


$ sets 3h. M. 


4 34 


7 26 


6 44 


1 48 


9 


3 


(§> runs high. 


4 35 


7 25 


7 67 


2 43 


10 


4 


Full tides. 


4 36 


7 24 


8 50 


sets. 


Jl 


5 


$ sets llh. 


4 36 


7 24 


9 49 


8 30 


12 


6 


Day break 2h. 24m. 


4 37 


7 23 


10 44 


9 1 


13 


7 




4 38 


7 22 


11 33 


9 32 


1 U 


F 


7th after Trin. 


4 38 


7 22 


aft. 18 


9 54 


15 


2 


© SI. cl. 5m. 


4 39 


7 21 


1 


10 17 


16 


3 




4 40 


7 20 


1 40 


10 36 


17 


4 


21 sets lOh. 52m. 


4 40 


7 20 


2 20 


10 55 


18 


5 


(§) apogee. 


4 41 


7 19 


3 1 


11 16 


19 


6 


11 set lh. 13m. M. 


4 42 


7 18 


3 43 


U 37 


20 


7 




4 43 


7 17 


4 28 


mora 


! 21 


F 


8th after Trin. 


4 43 


7 17 


5 16 


6 


22 


2 


(§) runs low. 


4 44 


7 16 


6 8 


48 


23 


3 


$ sets lOh. 29m. 


4 45 


7 15 


7 3 


1 30 


24 


4 




4 46 


7 14 


7 59 


2 29 


25 


5 


? sets 9h. 20m. 


4 47 


7 13 


8 54 


3 28 


2 26 


8 




4 48 


7 12 


9 48 


rise. 


i 27 


7 




4 49 


7 11 


10 39 


8 24 


2 3 ^ 


F 


9th after Trin. 


4 50 


7 10 


11 28 


8 48 


2 


4 sets lOh. 16m. 


4 51 


7 9 


morn 


9 13 


3 




4 52 


7 8 


15 


9 38 


9.81 


4 


Days decreased 46m. 


4 53 


7 7 


1 2 


10 2 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 
||At Middletown, [a] 2d Toes. New London, [a] 3d do. 
Brooklyn. 4th do. Tolland, Tuesday after 4th do. 



August hath 31 days, beginning on Thursday, 
C 2d, 5h. lm. M. j ) 17th, 3h. 50m. M. 

© 9th, 4h. 30m. M. # 24th, 4h. 51m. E. 

; t -; w C 31st, lOh. Om. M. 

m.|iv.| Calendar, &c. |0f. |0s. |F.sea|r. D s. 



1 


5 


(|D perigee. 


4 


54 


7 6 


I 51 


10 30 


2 


6 




4 


55 


7 5 


2 42 


11 7 


3 


7 


21 set 9h. 50m. 


4 


56 


7 4 


3 37 


11 44 


4 


F 


10th after Trin. 


4 


57 


7 3 


4*35 


morn 


5 


2 


? sets 8h. 55m. 


4 


58 


7 2 


5 36 


32 


6 


3 




4 


59 


7 1 


6 38 


1 32 


7 


4 


7>fcs. rise llh. 


5 





7 


7 38 


2 41 


8 


5 




5 


1 


6 59 


8 33 


3 51 


9 


6 


Day break 3h. 


5 


2 


6 58 


9 24 


sets. 


10 


7 




5 


4 


6 56 


10 11 


7 58 


U 


F 


ilth after Trin. 


5 


5 


6 55 


10 54 


8 18 


12 


2 


Tp sets llh. 39m. 


5 


6 


6 54 


11 35 


8 39 


13 


3 




5 


7 


6 53 


aft. 16 


8 58 


14 


4 




5 


8 


6 52 


56 


9 18 


15 


5 


® Apogee. 


5 


9 


6 51 


1 37 


9 41 


16 


6 


2f sets 9h. 


5 


10 


6 50 


2 21 


10 4 


17 


? 




5 


12 


6 48 


3 8 


10 35 


18 


F 


1 2th after Trin. ® low. 


5 


13 


6 47 


3 48 


11 7 


10 


2 


Day break 3h, 23m. 


5 


14 


6 46 


4 51 


morn 


20 


3 




5 


\6 


6 44 


5 46 


11 


21 


4 


^ sets llh. 


5 


17 


6 43 


6 42 


* 1 4 


22 


5 


Days dec. Hi. 36m. 


5 


18 


6 42 


7 36 


2 16 


23 


6 




5 


19 


6 41 


8 29 


3 28 


24 


7 




5 


21 


6 39 


9 19 


rise. 


25 


F 


Full tides. 


5 


22 


6 38 


10 8 


7 16 


26 


2 


? sets 8h. 


5 


23 


6 37 


10 57 


4 41 


27 

28 


3 

4 


(J perigee. 


5 

5 


25 
26 


6 35 
6 34 


11 46 
morn 


8 5 
8 35 


29 


5 


if sets 6h. 18m. 


5 


27 


6 33 


38 


9 2 


30 


G 


$ very brilliant. 


5 


28 


6 32 


I 32 


9 44 


31 


7 


O cl. even. 


5 


30 


6 30 


2 30 


10 27 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, third Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday. 

Tolland, fourth Tuesday. 



September hath 30 days, beginning on Sunday. 



7th, 5h. 33m. E. 
15th, 9h. 11m. E. 



# 23d, 2h. 
C 29th, 4h. 



22m. 
56m. 



M. 
E. 



M.|W.| 



Calendar, &c. 



|0r. 10s. |F.aea jr. D s. 



1 


F 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


F 


9 


2 


10 


3 


11 


4 


12 


5 


13 


6 


14 


7 


15 


F 


16 


2 


17 


3 


18 


4 


19 


5 


20 


6 


21 


7 


22 


F 


23 


2 


24 


3 


25 


4 


26 


5 


27 


6 


28 


7 


29 


F 


30 


2 



14th after Trin. 

Jp S. 8h. Dog days end 
Day break 3h. 46m. 
7>|cs. rise 9h. 
$ sets 7h. 14m. 

15th after Trin. 

$ set 8h. 29m. 

J? set 9h. 36m. 
(§ apogee. 

loth after Trin. 
% set7h. 15m. 
© runs lov7. 

O F. cl. 7m. 
J? sets 9h. 

17th after Trin. 

7^cs. rise 8h. 

$ S. 8b. 

jjl perigee. 

Day break 4h. 23m. 

U sets 6h. 37m. 

Ok runs high. 



5 31 


6 29 


3 30 


5 32 


6 28 


4 31 


5 33 


6 27 


5 31 


5 35 


6 25 


6 27 


5 36 


6 24 


T 19 


5 38 


6 22 


8 6 


5 39 


6 21 


8 50 


5 40 


6 20 


9 32 


5 41 


6 19 


10 12 


5 42 


6 18 


10 50 


5 44 


6 16 


11 38 


5 45 


6 15 


aft 16 


5 47 


6 13 


1 1 


5 48 


6 12 


1 50 


5 49 


6 11 


2 41 


5 51 


6 9 


3 34 


5 52 


6 8 


4 28 


5 54 


6 6 


5 22 


5 55 


6 5 


6 15 


5 56 


6 4 


7 6 


5 58 


6 2 


7 56 


5 59 


6 1 


8 46 


6 


6 


9 36 


6 2 


5 58 


10 28 


6 3 


5 57 


11 23 


6 4 


5 56 


morn 


6 6 


5 54 


21 


6 7 


5 53 


1 23 


6 9 


5 51 


2 25 


6 10 


5 50 


3 26 



11 29 
morn 

33 

1 40 

2 48 

3 56 
sets. 

6 44 

7 3 
7 23 

7 46 

8 10 

8 42 

9 \5 
10 4 

10 55 

11 55 
morn 

1 4 

2 17. 

3 31 

4 42 
rise. 

6 36 

7 9 

7 42 

8 32 

9 23 

10 27 
>lll 35 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 
X Haddam, first Tuesday. New London, second do. 
Hartford, fourth Tuesday. 



October hath 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



© 7th, 9h. 25m. M. 
> 15th, lh. 37m. E. 



• 22d, llh. 
C 29th, 3h. 



44m. M. 
12m. M. 



M \W 


I Calendar, &c. |#r. | ^s. 


|F.sea 


|r.])s- 


ITS 


Day break 4h. 33m. 


6 11 


r5 


49 


4 23 


morn 


24 




6 13 


5 


47 


5 16 


33 


35 


© fastcl. 11m. 


6 14 


5 


46 


6 4 


1 44 


4 6 


$ sets 7h. 44m. 


6 16 


5 


44 


6 48 


2 55 


5'7 




6 17 


5 


43 


7 30 


3 57 


6f 




6 18 


5 


42 


8 10 


5 


1\2 


Tp sets 8h. 


6 20 


5 


40 


8 50 


sets. 


a 3 




6 21 


5 


39 


9 31 


5 48 


9 


4 


7*s. rise 7h. 


6 22 


5 


38 


10 13 


6 14 


10 


5 


(§ apogee. 


6 24 


5 


36 


10 57 


6 40 


11 


6 




6 25 


5 


35 


11 44 


7 17 


12 


7 


(§ runs low. 


6 26 


5 


34 


aft.34 


7 54 


13 


F 


20th after Trin. 


6 28 


5 


32 


1 26 


8 49 


14 


2 




6 30 


5 


30 


2 19 


9 44 


15 


3 




6 31 


5 


29 


3 12 


10 50 


16 


4 


$ sets 7h. 26m. 


6 32 


5 


23 


4 3 


U 57 


17 


5 




6 34 


5 


26 


4 54 


morn 


18 


6 


^ sets 7h. 26m. 


6 35 


5 


25 


5 43 


1 11 


19 


7 


Day break 4h. 50m. 


6 36 


5 


24 


6 31 


2 23 


'20 


F 


O fast cl. 15m. 


6 38 


5 


22 


7 20 


3 36 


ill 


2 


? rise 4h. 42m. M. 


6 39 


5 


2] 


8 12 


4 45 


22 


3 


High tides. 


6 40 


5 


20 


9 6 


rise. 


23 


4 


(§ perigee. 


6 42 


5 


19 


10 5 


5 36 


24 


5 


$ stationary. 


6 44 


5 


16 


11 7 


6 24 


25 


6 


(j) runs high. 


6 45 


5 


15 


morn 


7 11 


26 


7 


Day break 5h. 


6 47 


5 


13 


12 


8 19 


27 


F 


7*s. rise 6h. 


6 48 


5 


12 


1 16 


9 26 


28 


2 


$ sets 7h. 12m. 


6 49 


5 


11 


2 17 


10 35 


29 


3 




6 50 


5 


10 


3 12 


11 45 


30 


4 




G 51 


5 


9 


4 2 


mora 


31 


5 


U rise 5h. 59. M. 


6 52 


5 


8 


4 47 


50 i 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, first Tuesday. New Haven, 2d do. 

Tolland, third do. Danbury, last do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 2J Tuesday. Middle-town, third do. 



November hath 30 days, beginning on Friday. 



© 6th, 3h. 23m. M. 
) 14th, 4h. 25m. M. 



# 20th, 9h. 
( 27th, 5h. 



25m E. 
38m. E. 



M.|»v.| Calendar, &c. | 


© 


r. J0s. | F.seafr. J) s. 


i 


6 


All saints. 


6 


53| 


5 7 


5 30 


1 54 


e\ 


7 


? rise 4h. M. 


6 


54 


5 6 


6 10 


2 55 


3 


F 




6 


55 


5 5 


6 50 


3 66 


4 


2 


Day break 5h. 16m. 


6 


57 


5 3 


7 30 


4 56 


5 


3 




6 


58 


5 2 


8 10 


5 56 


6 


4 


$ set7h. 


6 


59 


5 1 


8 50 


sets. 


1 7 


5 


$) perigee. 


7 





5 


9 41 


5 17 


8 


6 




7 


1 


4 59 


10 30 


5 58 


9 


7 


i^> set 6h. 


7 


3 


4 57 


11 21 


6 40 


10 


F 


$ very brilliant. 


7 


4 


4 56 


aft. 12 


7 35 


11 


2 


'4 rise 5h. 24m. 


T 


5 


4 55 


1 6 


8 30 


12 


3 




7 


6 


4 54 


1 57 


9 42 


13 


4 


Day break 5h. 26m. M. 


7 


7 


4 53 


2 46 


10 55 


1 H 


5 


$ rise 3h. 19m. M. 


7 


8 


4 52 


3 34 


morn 


15 


6 




7 


9 


4 51 


4 21 


3 


16 


7 


7*s. set midnight. 


7 


10 


4 50 


5 8 


1 14 


• 1? 


f 24th after Tnn. 


7 


11 


4 49 


5 56 


2 26 


\ 18 


2\2l rise 5h. M. 


7 


12 


4 48 


6 48 


3 40 


19 


3! 


7 


13 


4 47 


7 43 


4 55 


20 


4 O perigee. 


7 


14 


4 46 


8 44 


rise. 


21 


s! $ set 7h. 


7 


15 


4 45 


9 30 


5 3 


,22 


6 |High tides. 


7 


16 


4 44 


10 57 


6 4 


23 


7 4) runs high. 


7 


17 


4 43 


morn 


7 5 


24 


F 25th after Trin. 


7 


18 


4 42 


1 


8 15 


25 


2 |Day break 5h. 35m. 


7 


19 


4 41 


I 1 


9 30 


26 


3 1 ? 3h. 12m. M. 


7 


19 


4 41 


1 55 


10 39 


27 


4 © fast cl. 12m. 


7 


20 


4 40 


2 43 


11 49 


128 


5j7*s. south llh. 12m. 


7 21 


4 39 


3 28 


morn 


i 29 


iVU rise4h. 38m. M. 


7 


22 


4 38 


4 9 


50 


:j!90 


7 


St. Andrews. 


7 


23 


4 37 


4 49 


1 50 



COUNTY COURTS. 
At Hartford, second Tuesday. Norwich^ second do.'* 
New Haven, Fourth Tuesday. 



Dj 


ecemrer hath 31 days, beginning ( 


an Sunday. 


(g) 5th, lOh. 13m. E. 


# 20th, 7h. 56m. M. 


) 13th, 5d. Om. E. 


C 27th, llh. 57m. M. 


M.|W. 


Calendar, &c. | 0r ($8. | F.sea|r. ]) s. 


1 


F 


Advent Sun. 


7 23 


4 37 


5 29 


2 51 


2 


2 


(§ apogee. 


7 24 


4 36 


6 10 


3 52 


3 


3 


? rise 3h. 14m. M. 


7 24 


4 36 


6 52 


5 3 


4 


4 




7 25 


4 35 


7 48 


6 15 


5 


5 




7 25 


4 35 


8*26 


sets. 


6 


6 


U 4h. 12m. M. 


7 26 


4 34 


9 17 


4 37 


7 


7 


dD runs low. 


7 26 


4 34 


10 1C 


5 33 


8 


F 


1st Sunday in Adv. 


7 27 


4 33 


11 2 


6 30 


9 


2 


Day break 5h. 41m. 


7 27 


4 33 


11 54 


7 37 


10 


3 


$ set 6h. 52m. 


7 28 


4 32 


aft.43 


8 44 


II 


4 


O fast cl. 6m. |7 28 


4 32 


1 31 


9 52 


12 


5 


i7 29 


4 31 


2 ie 


11 


13 


6 


IT rise 3h. 58m. M. *7 29 


4 31 


3 2 


morn 


14 


7 


: 7 29 


4 31 


3 48 


8 


15 


F 


2d in Ad. 7*s. south lOh 7 29 


4 31 


4 36 


I 19 


16 


2 


? rise3h. 22. M. ,7 30 


4 30 


5 27 


2 30 


17 


3 


i7 30 


4 30 


6 24 


3 47 


IS 


4 


j7 30 


4 30 


7 26 


5 4 


19 


5 


dD perigee. 7 30 


4 30 


8 22 


6 20 


20 


6 


(§ high. High tides. ,7 30 


4 30 


9 38 


rise. 


21 


7 




7 30 


4 30 


10 38 


5 54 


c 22 


F 




7 30 


4 30 


U 41 


7 8 


23 


2 




7 30 


4 30 


morn 


8 19 


24 


3 


U rise 3h. 24m. M. 


7 30 


4 30 


33 


9 31 


26 


4 


Day break 5h. 44m. 


7 30 


4 30 


1 21 


10 35 


26 


5 




7 29 


4 31 


2 2 


11 40 


27 


6 




7 29 


4 31 


2 46 


morn 


28 


7 


? rise 3h. 40. M . 


7 29 


4 31 


3 26 


43 


29 


F 




7 29 


4 31 


4 7 


1 43 


30 


2 


d Apog. 


7 28 


4 32 


4 49 


2 43 


31 


3 




7 28/4 32 


5 34 3 50 



COUNTY COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, second Tuesday. Litchfield, third do. 
Tolland, fourth Tuesday. 



GOVERNMENT 

OF 

CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH, Governor. 

Salary $1100. 

CHARLES HAWLEY, Lieutenant Governor. 

Salary $300. 

HIRAM RIDER, Treasurer. 

Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary. 

Salary $84, — and Fees of office. 

HENRY KILBOURN, Comptroller of Public Accounts-. 

Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 
Salary $1250. 

PINCKNEY W. ELLSWORTH, Executive 
Secretary. 



legislative department. 

SENATORS. 

District No. 1, Charles A. Goodrich. 

" 2, Erastus Woodrvff. 

" 3, Francis Woodford. 

" 4, Roger S. Baldwin. 

" 5, William C. De For est. 

" 6, Edward A. Cornwall. 

" - 7, Asa Fish. 

M 8, Stanton Hewitt ■, Jun. 

M d t Sherwood Raymond, 



u 



SENATORS — REPRESENTATIVES. 

District No. 10, Abraham D. Baldwin. 

44 11, Rory Starr. 

12, Thomas B. Butler. 

" 13, George Spafford. 

44 14, Thomas Backus. 

44 15, Andrew Abernethy. 

44 16, John Buckingham. 

44 17, Peter Bierce. 

" 18, Luther Bowers. 

44 19, Eliphalet A. Bulkeley. 

" 20, George M. Hyde. 

44 21, Rufus B. Chamberlin. 
Henry T. Huggins, Clerk of the Senate. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

WILLIAM W. BOARDMAN, Speaker. 
HENRY DUTTON, 1st. > rj , 
DANIEL P. TYLER, 2nd. $ Llerfc ^ 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

Hartford, Francis Parsons, Henry Barnard, 2nd. 

Avon, Gamaliel Sperry. 

Berlin, William H. Smith, William Bowers. 

Bloomfield, Francis Gillett. 

Bristol, William Darrow. 

Burlington, Joseph S. Peck. 

Canton, Giles Brainard. 

East Hartford, Ashbel Olmsted, Charles Forbes. 

East Windsor, Chester Belknap, Melancthon Hudson. 

Enfield, Jabez S. Taylor, James Dixon. 

Farmington, Edward Hooker, Timothy Cowles. 

Glastenbury, Ezra Dayton, Chauncey Andrews. 

Granby, Thomas G. Holcomb, Anson N. Holcomb. 

Hartland, Benjamin Giddings, Virgil Stebbins. 

Marlborough, Daniel BuelL 

Manchester, Ralph R. Phelps. 

Simsbury, William Mather, Jun., Lewis Dickinson. 

Southington, John Wightman, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffiejd, [no choice.] 



REPRESENTATIVES. 25 

Wetherstield, Archibald Welch, Henry Whitmore. 
Windsor, Henry Sill, Elihu Marshall. 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, William W. Boardman, James Donaghe, 

Bethany, Leverett Thomas. 

Branford, Levi S. Parsons. 

Cheshire, John Potter, Ambrose E. Doolittle. 

Derby, David W. Plumb. 

East Haven, William K. Townsend. 

Guilford, Joel Tuttle, John H. Bartlett. 

Hamden, James M. Ford. 

Madison, Galen Dowd. 

Meriden, Walter Booth. 

Middlebury, William H. Smith. 

Milford, Selah Strong, Isaac Tibbals. 

North Branford, Jasper Monroe. 

North Haven, Horace Stiles. 

Orange, Eliakim Kimberly. 

Oxford, Aurelius Buckingham. 

Prospect, Benjamin Piatt. 

Southbury, Elijah French. 

Wallingford, Jared K. Ford, Wooster Martin. 

Waterbury, Samuel J. Holmes, William H. Hine. 

Wolcott, Salmon Upson. 

Woodbridge, Thomas Darling. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, Coleby Chew, Samuel Chaney. 

Norwich, Gurdon Chapman, James Stedman. 

Bozrah, Jehiel Johnson. 

Colchester, Joshua B. Wheeler, Newhall Tainter. 

Franklin, Alvan Abeel. 

Griswold, James Averill. 

Groton, Belton A. Copp, Amos Clift. 

Lebanon, Gurdon Robins, Eiias Williams. 

Ledyard, Henry Hallett. 

Lisbon, Russel Rose. 

Lyme, Samuel C. Selden, Charles J. McCurdy. 

Montville, Nathaniel Parish. 

North Stonington, Latham HuU, John D, Gallup. 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

Preston, Elisha Crary, Jeremiah S. Halsey. 
Salem, Warren Williams. 
Stonington, Jesse D. Noyes, John F. Trumble. 
Waterford, Gilbert Rogers. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Roger M. Sherman, Moses A. Sherwood. 

Bridgeport, Henry Dutton. 

Brookfield, Czar Starr, Jim. 

Danbury, David D. Wildman, Isaac H. Seeley. 

Darien, Edward Scofield. 

Greenwich, Joshua Ferris, Zenas Mead. 

Huntington, Thaddeus Beardsley, Jun. 

Monroe, Mark Leavenworth. 

New Canaan, Watts Comstock. 

New Fairfield, Levi Penfield. 

Newtown, Lemuel Beers, Bottsford Terrell. 

Nor walk, Lewis Gregory, Timothy T. Merwin. 

Redding, Thomas B. Fanton, Aaron Perry. 

Ridgefield, Czar Jones, Major Bouton. 

Sherman, David P. Hawes. 

Stamford, Joshua B. Ferris, Seth Classon. 

Stratford, Stephen Curtiss. 

Trumbull, Stephen Middlebrook. 

Weston, Edward Hill, Joseph Rowland. 

Westport, Henry Sherwood. 

Wilton, Charles Marvin. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Daniel P. Tyler. 

Ashford, Ebenezer Chaffee, James Trowbridge. 

Canterbury, Elijah Baldwin, Isaac Backus. 

Chaplin, Jared Clark. 

Hampton, Chauncey F. Cleaveland. 

Killingly, Jedediah Leavins, Erastus Short. 

Plainfield, Arnold Fenner, Nathaniel French. 

Pomfret, Scarborough Osgood, William Osgood. 

Sterling, John C. Ames. 

Thompson, Aaron Elliott, Parley Jordan. 

Voluntown, Harvey Campbell, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 27 

Windham, Justin Swift, John Palmer. 
Woodstock, Laban Underwood, Elias Mason. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Samuel Buel, William Ray. 

Barkhamsted, Daniel Sanford, Merlin Merrills. 

Bethlehem, Noble Allen. 

Canaan, Fitch Ferris, Chauncey Hosford. 

Colebrook, John Manchester, Theron Rockwell. 

Cornwall, Caleb Jones, Benjamin Sedgwick. 

Goshen, Alpha Hart, Augustus Miles. 

Harwington, Abijah Catlin, Sheldon Osborn. 

Kent, Russell Judd. 

New Hartford, James Merrills, Harvey B. Elmore. 

New Milford, Orange Merwin, John Wooster. 

Norfolk, Warren Cone, Thomas Curtiss. 

Plymouth, Tertius D. Potter. 

Roxbury, Henry L. Randall. 

Salisbury, Nathaniel Benedict, John Russell. 

Sharon, Elmore Everett, Alanson Wheeler. 

Torrington, Lorrain Thrall, Israel Holmes. 

Warren, Russell Carter. 

Washington, John Newton, Truman Baldwin. 

Watertown, John DeForest. 

Winchester, Norris Coe, Gideon Hall. 

Woodbury, Harvey Morris, Nathaniel Preston, 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Richard Hubbard, Eben Wilcox. 
Chester, Thaddeus Beach. 
Chatham, Edward Lewis, John Markham. 
Durham, Leverett W. Leach, Joseph Chidsey. 
East Haddam, Gideon Higgins, Wm. H. Cone. 
Haddam, Gideon Brainard, Nehemiah Dickerson. 
Killingworth, Josiah C. Chittenden, Philander Stevens. 
Saybrook, Joseph H. Hayden, Elisha Kirtland. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Elisha Stearns, Chauncey Griggs. 
Bolton, Sessions Lawson. 
Columbia, Aaron Yeomans, 



2& JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Coventry, Eleazar Pomeroy, Timothy Dimock. 

Ellington, John H Brockway. 

Hebron, Ira Bissell, Selah Perkins. 

Mansfield, [no choice.] 

Somers, William Colhns, Walter R. Kibbe. 

Stafford, Solva Converse, Daniel A. Peck. 

Union, Abijah Sessions, Augustus Moore. 

Vernon, Oliver H. King. 

Willington, Gideon N. Merrick, Orlan Glazier. 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT AND SUPREME COURT 
OF ERRORS. 

Hon. THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Clark Bissell, I Jabez W. Huntington, 
Samuel Church, | Henry M. Waite. 
Thomas Day, Esq. Reporter. 



HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

WALTER MITCHELL, Esq., Judge. 

William Mather, ) „ 

Tj a > Commissioners. 

Henry Sill, $ 

James H. Holcomb, Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford, — Thomas Day, Joseph Pratt, Jeremiah 
Brown, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, Isaac Perkins, 
Cyprian Nichols, Isaac Toucey, Gaius Lyman, Jeremy 
Hoadley, John M. Niles, Charles Shepard, Thomas C. 



DEPARTMENTS. 29 

Perkins, Francis Parsons, James M. Goodwin, Albert 
Day, George Putnam, Samuel H. Huntington, Solomon 
Porter, Benning Mann, Royal R. Hinman, David F. 
Robinson, Nathaniel Goodwin, Charles Chapman, Sim- 
eon Arnold, Charles L. Porter, Gideon Wells, Job Allyn, 
Erastus Smith, William Hayden, Jesse Savage, Nathan 
Preston, William R. Cone, Thomas H. Seymour, Hen. 
ry Kilbourn, Jonathan Goodwin, Samuel Whitmore, Ol- 
iver E. Williams, Solomon S. Flagg, Samuel Talcott, Jr. 
Philemon Canfield, James Holeomb, Francis Fellowes, 
John B. Eldredge, Melvin Copeland, Horatio Alden, Ja- 
bez W. Giddings, William Bigelow, Roswell Brown, 01- 
cott Allen. 

Avon, — Francis Woodford, Darius Sperry, Marcus 
Day, Isaac Baldwin, Samuel Bishop, Amasa Woodford, 
Truman Woodford, Charles Mygatt. 

Berlin, — Daniel Dunbar, Luther Beckley, Wm. Cor- 
nish, Benjamin Wilcox, Benjamin Allen, Levi Barnes, 
Ira E. Smith, William Bowers, John Stanley, Roswell 
More, Jun., Horatio Gridley, Isaac Dobson, Albert 
Norton, Frederick B. Eggleston, Ozias Bassett, A. 
Parker. 

Bloomfield, — Hiram Roberts, David W. Grant, Na- 
than Brown, Hiram Thrall, Milo A. Holeomb. 

Bristol, — Joel Truesdell, Charles G. Ives, Tracy Peck, 
George Mitchell, Chauncey Jerome, Thomas Mitchell, 
Philip Gaylord, George Welch, George W. Bartholomew, 
Elisha Manross. 

Burlington, — William Marks, Gad Frisbee, Ira Bron- 
son, Billy Gaylord, Elisha Hotchkiss. 

Canton, — Ephraim Mills, William H. Hallock, Lancel 
Foot, Lorin Humphrey, Isaac Mills, Henry Nash, Elisha 
K. Root, Benadom Casson, Solomon Hosford, Sherman 
Osborn. 

East Hartford, — Austin Stanley, Samuel Brewer, Par- 
don Brownell, Samuel L. Pitkin, Maylon Forbes, Elihu 
Smith, Daniel Eason, Ashbel Olmsted, Horace Wil- 
liams. 

East Windsor,— Eli B. Haskell, Timothy Ellsworth, 
Samuel Bartlett, Horace Barber, William Barnes, Josi- 
ah Ellsworth, Theodore Ellmorc, Alexander Well?, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Heman Hall, Joseph S. Bartlett, Jesse Charlton, Horace 
White. 

Enfield, — William Dixon, Henry Kingsbury, Jabea 
T. Taylor, Henry Thompson, James Dixon, John Ma- 
son, Joseph P. Converse, Joel Booth, Wolcott Abbee, Ja- 
bez Collins, Charles Clark, Edward Hastings. 

Farmington, — Lemuel Whitman, Horace Cowjes, Eg- 
bert Cowles, Roderick Stanley, Daniel Woodruff, Hen- 
ry Lewis, William A. Ives, Simeon Hart, Thomas 
Young, Adna Whiting, ' Giles Stillman, Levi Smith. 

Glastenbury, — Pardon Brown, George Merrick, Hen- 
ry Dayton, George Covill, Frary Hide, Jun. Asahel Hol- 
ister, George Plummer, Solomon Cole, Walter Hale, 
William I. Covill, William H. Turner, Asa H. Miller, 
David E.Hubbard. 

Granby, — Joel Holcomb, Horace Clark, Abner Case, 
Daniel Hayes, Charles T. Hillyer, Anson Bates, Oliver 
Alderman, Culien Hayes, Joshua R. Jewett, Justus D. 
Wilcox, Grove Griswold, Edmund Holcomb, Truman 
Allen, Stephen N. Cornwall, Nathaniel Pratt. 

Hartland, — Nathaniel Bosworth, Ezra Doolittle, Lei- 
cester Newton, Virgil Stebbins, William Selby, Willis 
Wright, Benjamin Giddings, Samuel Gates. 

Marlborough, — Samuel F. Jones, George Foot, Wil- 
liam W. Richmond. 

Manchester, — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Chaney, 
Samuel Keeney, Elisha Andrews, Jun., Timothy Kee- 
ney. 

Simsbury, — Calvin Barber, Elisha Phelps, Asaph Tul- 
ler, John O. Pettibone, Zelotus Phelps, Dudley Hum- 
phrey, Jeffrey O. Phelps, Richard Bacon, Aurora Case, 
Lewis Dickinson, Lott Pinney, Averet Wilcox, George 
W. Sanford, Mamre Case, Ambrose Adams. 

Southington, — Romeo Lowrey, Theodore Byington, 
Stephen Walkley, Julius S. Barne3, Root Gridley, Jesse 
Olney, Isaac Shepard, James Tyler. 

Suffield, — [None appointed.] 

Wethersrield, — Samuel Galpin, James L. Belden, Ash- 
bel Robertson, Franklin G. Comstock, Alfred Francis, 
Harvey Francis, Erastus Latimer, William Robbins, 



DEPARTMENTS. 31 

Henry Buckley, Frederick Griswold, Amos Pillsbury, 
Zachariah Brown. 

Windsor, — Henry Sill, Richard Niles, James Loomis, 
Giles Ellsworth, Walter Thrall, Asa B. Wood, Edwin M. 
Hollistcr, Richard D. Drake. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Isaac Perkins, Esq. State Attorney. 

Hartford, — Nathaniel Terry, Walter Mitchell, Isaac 
Perkins, Joseph Trumbull, Seth Terry, Nathan Johnson, 
John M. Niles, William W. Hungerford, William W. 
Ellsworth, Isaac Toucey, Charles Shepard, O. E. Wil- 
liams, Samuel H. Huntington, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Francis Parsons, Charles Chapman, Samuel H. Parsons, 
Erastus Smith, William R. Cone, Philo A. Goodwin, 
James H. Holcomb, Edward Goodman, Benning Mann, 
Richard G. Drake, William M. Durand, James F. Dix- 
on, F. H. Merriman, Henry A. Mitchell, Henry Per- 
kins, Giles Pettibone, Francis Fellowes, Wm. N. Mat- 
son, Thomas H. Seymour. 

Berlin, — Daniel Dunbar, Ira E. Smith. 

Canton, — Henry Nash. 

East Hartford, — John B. Watson. 

East Windsor, — William Barnes. 

Enfield, — William Dixon. 

Farmington, — Lemuel Whitman. 

Glastenbury, — George Merrick. 

Granby, — Grove Griswold, Silas Higley, Samuel H. 
Woodruff, Anson Bates, Edmund Holcomb. 

Manchester, — Ralph R. Phelps, George W. Gris- 
wold. 

Simsbury, — Elisha Phelps, Hector F. Phelps. 

Southington, — .Roger Whittlesey, Romeo Lowrey. 

Suffield,— William Gay. 

Windsor,— Horace H. Sill. 



Sheriff, — Ansel Humphrey, Esq. Hartford. 
Deputy Sheriffs, — Hartford, Chester Adams ; Enfield, 
George C. Owen ; East Windsor, Chester Belknap ; Far- 



32 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

mington, Henry Cowles ; Granby, David Latham ; Sufi 
field, Paul Harmon, Jr. ; Windsor, Cicero Phelps ; Can* 
ton, Pomeroy Higley ; Manchester, Eli Pitkin ; Wethers* 
field, Wells Adams ; Bristol, George Hooker ; Glasten* 
bury, Edwin Miller. 

Jailer, — George Story, Hartford. 



NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

SAMUEL J. HITCHCOCK, Esq., Judge. 

Joseph Barber, ) n . . 

A ^ > Commissioners. 

Abijah Carrington, $ 

Robinson S. Hinman, Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Joseph Darling, Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

New Haven, — Joseph N. Clark, Ralph I. ingersoll, 
Charles A. Ingersoll, William P. N. Fitzgerald, Russell 
Trcadway, Newell Johnson, Robinson S. Hinman, Jona- 
than Stoddard, Elias Gilbert, David W. Buckingham, 
Newton Wheeler, Luther Gilbert, Henry White, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Dennis Kimberly, John Beach, Benjamin 
Beecher, Isaac H. Townsend, John Hunt, Matthew H. 
Read, Henry T. Huggins, Hezekiah Howe, [deceased,] 
Henry C. Flagg, William B. Bristol, Isaac Leavenworth, 
Obadiah Pease, George B. Rich, Charles Robinson, Sam- 
uel J. Hitchcock, Caleb Mix, Henry Peck, Noyes Dar- 
ling, John Scarritt. 

Bethany, — Archibald A. Perkins, George F. Peck, Al- 
van Sperry, Hezekiah Thomas, Miles Hitchcock, Miles 
French, Philander B. Hine, Eliakim Smith, Abraham 
Beecher. 

Branford, — William Tyler, Chandler Barker, Ruther- 
ford Russell, Abraham Rogers, Samuel Frisbie, Jamea 
Blacks tone. 



DEPARTMENTS. 33 

Cheshire, — Burrage Beach, Silas Hitchcock, Benajah 
Ives, Edward A. Cornwall, Alfred Doolittle, Chauncey 
Peck, William L. Foot, John Barnes, Perry Langdon, 
Elihu Yale, Reuben W. Royce. 

Derby, — Shelden Smith, Isaac J. Gilbert, Ezekiel Gil- 
bert,- Sheldon Bassett, Alfred Blackman, Lyman Osborn, 
Hiram Upson, Joel White, Lyman Smith, 3rd, Henry 
Lum. 

East Haven, — Bela Farnham, Reuel Andrews, Lester 
Keep, DeGrasse Maltby, Wyllys Hemmingway, John 
Bishop. 

Guilford, — Abel Rossiter, William Spencer, George 
Landon, Anson Foot, George A. Foot, Ralph D. Smith, 
Samuel W. Dudley, Joel Tuttle, Amos Seward, Abra- 
ham S. Fowler, Samuel C. Johnson, Joel Canfield, Wil- 
liam M. Dudley. 

Hamden, — Jared Basset, Ambrose Tuttle, Horace Pot- 
ter, Arba Dickerman, Elihu Dickerman, Rufus Dorman. 
Ezra Allyn, 2d. Leveret Hitchcock. 

Madison, — Nathan W. Hopson, Jonathan S. Wilcox, 
Walter P. Munger, Jesse Crampton, James H. Benton, 
Samuel B. C. West, Joel Field. 

Meriden, — Benajah Andrews. Asahel Merriam, James 
S. Brooks, Levi Yale, Eli C. Birdseye, Patrick Clark, Na- 
than F. Goodrich, Nathaniel C. Sanford, Levi Yale, 2d. 

Middlebury, — Nathaniel Richardson, William Bronson, 
Leonard Bronson, James D. Wooster, Ebenezer Smith. 

Milford, — Abijah Carrington, Selah Strong, Isaac Tib- 
balls, David Miles, Grove R. Cornwall, Barnabus Wood- 
cock, Nathan Clark, Jonathan Clark, Nathan Botsford. 
North Branford, — Benja. Page, Anson Baldwin, Lam- 
j bert Harrison, Elizur Harrison, Julius Maltby, Herman 
| H. Williams. 

North Haven, — Daniel Pierpont, Eleazer Warner, By- 
I ard Barns, Joseph Robinson. 

Orange, — Nehemiah Kimberly, Nathan Merwin, Ly- 
j man Law, James Reynolds, Elias Clark, Sidney Hull. 

Oxford,— Noah Stone, Samuel Meigs, John A. Coe, 
I Hiram Osborn, Reuben B. Curtis, John Davis, jr. Horace 
Candee, Chauncey M. Hatch. 
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34 CIVIL AND JUDICIAL 

Prospect, — Samuel Williams, Jr. David M. Hotchkiss, 
Lauren Preston, Ransom R. Russell. 

Southbury, — William Hinman, John Pearce, Ebenezer 
Johnson, Edward Hinman, Henry Downs, Daniel Hin- 
man, John Peck, Jedediah Hall, Erastus Pearce, Walter 
Johnson, David Piatt, Charles Hickock, George Smith, 

Wallingford, — John D. Reynolds, Ira Tuttle, Augustus 
Hall, 2d. Malachi Cook, Billious H. Hall, William Marks, 
Jared H. Ford, Elisha M. Pomeroy, Nathaniel Cook, 
Russell Hall, Lyman Parker, Alfred Linsley, Aimer Hall, 
Charles Parker. 

Waterbury, — Timothy Porter, Moses Hall, Joel Hin- 
man, Enock W. Frost, Bennet Bronson, George Warner, 
Elihu Hitchcock, Giles Hotchkiss, Norton J. Buell, Henry 
Hyne, William H. Tomlinson, Josiah Culver. 

Wolcott,— Archibald Miner, Mark Tuttle, William 
Bartholomew, George G. Olcott. 

Woodbridge, — John Northrop, Bevil P. Smith, Ed- 
ward Hyne, James J. Baldwin, Henry Hickock, Merrit 
Oaborn. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, Esq. State Attorney. 

New Haven, — Ralph I. Ingersoll, John Beach, Roger 
S. Baldwin, Samuel J. Hitchcock, Dennis Kimberly, 
Henry C. Flagg, Charles A. Ingersoll, Wm. W. Board- 
man, Isaac H. Townsend, Henry White, Silas Mix, 
Wm. B. Bristol, Robinson S. Hinman, Jonathan Stod- 
dard, Charles Robinson, Henry T. Huggins, William P. 
N. Fitzgerald, Robert H. Osborn, Thomas Bennett, 
Charles T. Shelton, E. K. Foster, 

Cheshire, — Burrage Beach. 

Derby, — Alfred Blackman. 

Guilford,— Ralph D. Smith. 

Meriden, — Benajah Andrews. 

Milford, — Jonah W. Fowler. 

North Haven, — Francis B. Johnson, William B. Dyer. 

Southbury, — Edward Hinman. 

Waterbury, — Joel Hinman, Bennett Bronson, N. J. . 
Buell, (Naugatuck.) 



DEPARTMENTS. 35 



Sheriff, — Samuel Cook, Esq. New Haven. 

Deputy Sheriffs, — Peleg H. Cone, Anson T. Colt, 
New Haven ; Stephen Seymour, Meriden ; Nathan J. 
Wilcoxson, Oxford ; Clark Canfield, Humphreysville ; 
Edmund Leavenworth, Derby ; Leander Parmelee, Wal- 
lingford ; Orrin Hotchkiss, Naugatuck ; Samuel Cook, 
Cheshire ; Reuben Stone, Guilford. 

Jailer, — Stanton Pendleton, New Haven. 



NEWLONDON COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

SAMUEL A. PETERS, Esq., Judge. 

Edward R. Warren, ) ^ 

„ ' > Commissioners. 

Gurdon Chapman, $ 

John DeWitt, Clerk, — James Stedman, Clerk of 
Superior Court. 

Joseph Williams, Esq., Treasurer. 



justices of the peace, 

New London, — Jacob B. Gurley, Lyman Law, Jirah 
Isham, William F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, John 
Congdon, William P. Cleaveland, Jun. Sabin K. Smith, 
Isaac Thompson, Henry Douglass, Wanton A. Weaver, 
Samuel Moxley, Jun. John Mason, John Robertson, 
Robert Coit, Daniel Whitemore, Daniel B. Hempstead, 
John H. Wheeler, Caleb J. Allen, Elijah Ames, Charles 
Chapman, Jesse G. Miner, Nathan Beckwith, Benjamin 
Gardner, Jun. Sydney Miner. 

Norwich, — James Lanman, Joseph Williams, James 
Stedman, John Hyde, George Hill, Henry Strong, Ros- 
well Morgan, Asa Child, Isaac Story, John H. Towns- 
end, Asa Roath, William H. Law, Lafayette S. Foster, 
George Perkins, Lewis Hyde, Joseph O. Hopkins, Eras- 
tus Winthrop, Zebulon R. Robbins, John DeWitt, Aaa 

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36 CIVIL AND JUDICIAL 

Gavitt, Eph. R. Otis, Amos Cobb, Burrall Lathrop, Benj, 
Huntington, John T. Wait, Charles Denison, Nathan 
Cook, George B. Ripley, John B. Perry, Sanford B. Meach, 
James Spalding, Theodore F. Albertson, Geo. Sherman, 
Oliver Woodworth. 

Lyme, — Joel Loomis, Peter Comstock, Charles Gris- 
wold, Joshua R. Warren, Joseph Strickland, Richard 
E. Selden, Jun. Charles J. McCurdy, William Marvin, 
John L. Smith, Zebulon Brockway, Stephen J. Lord, 
Andrew Griswold, Nathan Tiffany, Lodowick Bill, Rich- 
ard Huntley, Thomas Sill, Richard Ely, John C. M. 
Brockway, Samuel S. Warner, Oliver I. Lay, George H. 
Chadwick, Daniel Watrous, Richard W. Lee, Christopher 
Lee. 

Salem, — Josiah Raymond, Levi H. Goddard, Nathan 
Minard, David Patten. Abel Rathbun, Ebenezer A. Pack- 
er, Mark Dodge, Israel Beckwith, David Beckwith, 
Orimel Whittlesey, Asahel Ransom, Hiram Gates, Shu- 
bael Park. 

Bozrah, — Gardner Avery, William Whiting, William 
Kelly, Elijah Huntington, John W. Haughton, Brewster 
Lee. 

Colchester, — Samuel A. Peters, Avery Morgan, Am. 
aziah Brainard, Samuel Kellogg, Joseph Day, Joseph 
Staples, George Way, Frederick Morgan, Marvin H. 
Hutchins, John C. Bulkley, Henry Worthington, John 
Packer, Enoch B. Bulkley, Alfred I. Loomis, David Sper- 
ry, Enoch Brown. 

Waterford, — Edward R. Warren, Jonathan Comstock, 
Daniel H. Caulkins, Elisha Beckwith, Benjamin Brown, 
Philip Morgan, Daniel Deshon, Oliver Maxson, Thomas 
L. Frost. 

Giiswold, — Elisha Partridge, Samuel C. Morgan, Na- 
than Stanton, John W. Fanning, Daniel Huntington, Fred* 
erick Brewster, Archibald Fry, Daniel M. Lester, James 
Tyler, James Averill, Benjamin F. Billings. 

Groton, — Roswell Fish, Nathan Daboll, Joseph Durfey, 
Stephen Haley, Sanford Stark, Amos Clift, Moses J. CoL 
ver, Caleb M. Williams, Benjamin Burrows, Elisha Mor- 
gan, Stanton P. Babcock, James Gallup, John Palmer. 
Oziaa Buddington, Nathan F. Denison. 



DEPARTMENTS. 6 I 

Franklin, — Alvan Abell, Jason W. Kingsley, Simon 
Loomis, Benjamin S. Hastings, Oliver Johnson, Jun. 
George S. Hartshorn, Dwight Bailey, Charles Dunlap, 
Charles C. Olmsted, William G. Pember. 

Ledyard, — James Allyn, Guy C. Stoddard, Prentice 
P. Smith, William M. Williams, Henry M. Avery, Dan- 
iel Lamb, John Brewster, William Williams, James 
Green, Nathan Brewster, John Spicer, Samuel Wood, 
Ebenezer Stoddard, John S. Moxley, Elijah I. Stoddard, 
Erastus Williams, William Morgan, Peter A. Gallup, 
Christopher Newton. 

Lebanon, — William T. Williams, Asahel Dewey, Eli- 
sha Waterman, Thomas Babcock, Peleg Thomas, Erastus 
Osgood, Caleb Hayward, Henry H. Abel, Jesse Wright, 
Thomas I. Kingsley, Leonard Hebard. 

Lisbon, — Joseph L. Lyon, Roswell Adams, Barstow 
Bromley, Russel Rose, Roswell Downing, Hiram Tarbox, 
Charles Perkins, Nathan Brooks, Luther Fuller, Ebenezer 
Allen, Levi P. Rowland. 

Montville, — Nicholas Bishop, Thomas W. Strickland, 
Jared Turner, Nathaniel Bradford, Joseph L. Chapman, 
Calvin Bolles, William Raymond, Robert Comstock, Mul- 
ford C. Raymond, John G. Fitch, Nathaniel Parish, Cha's 
Allyn, Albert G. Darrow, John Manwaring. 

North Stonington, — W T illiam Randall, Jr. Latham Hull. 
Elias Hewitt, Ezra Hewitt, Thomas P. Wattles, Thomas 
H. Hewitt, Oliver Hewitt, Ephraim Wheeler, John D. Gal- 
lup, Leland D. Miner, Ansel Coats, Peleg Clark. 

Stonington, — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Joseph 
Noyes, Benjamin Pomeroy, Samuel F. Denison, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr. John Davis, Stephen Babcock, Henry Harding, 
George W. Noyes, Abel Hinkley, Charles Bennett, Pitts 
D. Frink, Daniel Bentley, George Sheffield, William H. 
Woodbridge, Benjamin F. Palmer, Wm. C. Moss, Cha's 
Mallory, Charles Sabin. 

Preston, — Robert S. Avery, Asa A. Gore, Asher P. 
Brown, Isaac Gallup, Jeremiah S. Halsey, Joseph Tyler, 
Joshua Barstow, Mondater T. Richards, Jepther Geer, 
John B. Clark, William Pendleton, Isaac Williams, 2d,. 
Edwin Palmer, John A. Williams, Isaac H. Cook, SanuKri 
Browning, Latham H. Browning. 



38 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Salem,— John Brown, Asher Prentice, Jim. Amos C. 
Main, Matthew Brown, Charles H. Babcock, Enoch B. 
Pendleton, Luther Palmer, Shubael Park. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jirah Isham, Esq. State Attorney. , 

New London, — Lyman Law, William P. Cleaveland, 
Coddington Billings, Jacob B. Gurley, Jirah Isham, Wil- 
liam F. Brainard, Thomas S. Perkins, William P. Cleave- 
land, Jun. 

Norwich, — Calvin Goddard, John Hyde, Joseph Wil- 
liams, James Stedman, George Hill, Roswell Morgan, 
Henry Strong, Asa Child, John A. Rockwell, William 
H. Law, Lafayette S. Foster, George Perkins, J. T. 
Waite. 

Colchester, — Benjamin Trumbull, Samuel A. Peters. 

Griswold, — Samuel C. Morgan. 

Lebanon, — William T. Williams. 

Lyme, — Charles J. McCurdy. 

North Stonington, — Amos C. Main. 

Salem, — Levi H. Goddard. 

Stonington, — George Hubbard, Elias Brown, Benjamin 
Pomeroy, Charles Sabin, {Head of Mystic.) 



Sheriff, — Alexander Stewart, Esq. Griswold. 

Deputy Sheriffs, — Jacob H. Hart, New London ; Ste- 
phen Tracy, Norwich ; Roger Bailey, Lebanon ; Ros- 
well Allyn, Ledyard; Sanford Williams, Stonington, 
(Head of Mystic ;) Benjamin F. States, Stonington Bo- 
rough ; W. H. Stark, Lyme ; Daniel Bulkeley, Col- 
chester. 

Jailers, — Camplin Lester, New London ; Daniel Briggs, 
Norwich. 



DEPARTMENTS. 39 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

CYRUS H. BEARDSLEY, Esq., Judge. 

Abraham D. Baldwin, } n „ u^u*^*!; 

Tlr o at i Commissioners. 

Wait S. Northrop, $ 

Thomas B. Osborn, Esq. Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Jeremiah Sturges, Esq. Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Fairfield, — Jerem. Sturges, Hull Bradley, Rufus Black- 
man, William Nichols, Thomas B. Osborn, John S. Wil- 
son, David Coley, Jesup Banks, John G. Allen, Thomas 
Robinson, Thomas Ransom, Roger M. Sherman, Abel 
Beers, Lyman Banks, Jr. Samuel A. Nichols, Jesup Al- 
vord, Joseph Bartram, David Sherwood, Moses A. Sher- 
wood, David Hill, Jr. 

Brookfield, — Bryant Smith, Joel C. Sherman, Henry 
Ruggles, Wait S. Northrop, Hiram Fairchild, Ebenezer 
Blackmail, David Burr. 

Bridgeport, — Isaac Sherman, Alanson Hamlin, Mark 
Moore, Philip A. Cannon, Matthew Curtiss, William H. 
Noble, Henry Dutton, Daniel Hatch, Jr. Joseph Brooks, 
Ira Sherman, Josiah Hubbell, James Fitch, Daniel Ster- 
ling, Philo Hurd, Charles B. Hubbell, Daniel O. Whee- 
ler. 

Danbury, — Ezra B. Stevens, Orrin Knapp, Thomas T. 
Whittlesey, John Nicherson, Silas H. Nichols, Reuben 
Booth, James W. Nichols, Darius Starr, George Andrus, 
James Beebe, George Clapp, Edward Taylor, Daniel 
Barnum, Jun. James Stevens, Silas Hickock, John S. 
Blackman, John L. Andrews. 

Darien, — Abraham Clock, Holly Bell, Jonathan Bates, 
Joseph Mather, Jun. Epenetus W. Walmsley. 

Greenwich, — Samuel Close, Burton F. White, Conklin 
Husted, Alvan Mead, Selah Savage, Marcus Mead, Jew 



40 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

bez Mead, Seth P. Quintard, Jonathan A. Close, Alfred 
A. Randle. 

Huntington, — Samuel Beardsley, Ebenezer Wakeley, 
Truman Blackman, Hanson S. Edwards, Edwin Shelton, 
Thaddeus Beardsley, Jun. Garry Perry, Ezra DeForest, 
David Birdseye, Lucius Gilbert. 

Monroe, — Cyrus H. Beardsley, Charles Curtiss, Agur 
Lewis, Samuel Wheeler, James U. Hawley, George P. 
Curtiss, Levi Edwards, Asa Hayes, Ezra Beardsley. 

New Fairfield, — Jesse Scudder, Samuel T. Barnum, 
Amizi Rogers, Stephen Hopkins, Alva S. Pierce. 

Newtown, — Jacob Beers, David H. Belden, Samuel 
Fairchild, David V. B. Baldwin, George Bradley, Walter 
Clark, David Curtiss, Charles C. Warner, Theophilus 
Nichols. 

Norwalk, — Benjamin Isaacs, Clark Bissell, Thaddeus 
Betts, Timothy T. Merwin, Noah Wilcox, Stephen Smith, 
William I. Street, William St. John, John A. Weed, 
Lewis Gregory, Thomas B. Butler, Lewis Raymond, 3d. 
Joseph P. Hanford, Asa E. Smith, Samuel St. John. 

Redding, — Aaron Sanford, Jun. Jonathan R.Sanford, 
Jared Olmsted, Thaddeus B. Reed, Cortez Merchant, 
Thomas B. Fanton, Charles Beach, Walker Bates, Hull 
Goodyear. 

Ridgefield, — Harvey Smith, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d. 
Nathan Smith, Hezekiah Scott, Ebenezer Hawley, Sam- 
uel S. St. John, William Sherwood, Elias B'urchard, Eli 
Rockwell, Gamaliel N. Benedict, Abner Brush. 

Stamford, — Simeon H. Miner, Daniel Lockwood, C. 
Hawley, Theodore Davenport, Smith R. Libley, Sey- 
mour Jar vis, Joshua B. Ferris, Sands Adams, Nathaniel 
D. Haight, Abisha Scofield, Wm. Holley, Samuel Lock- 
wood, John Young. 

Stratford, — David Brooks, Elijah Booth, Josiah Gor- 
ham, Job Peck, John Goulding, Oliver Beardsley, David 
P. Judson, Stiles Judson, Lewis Wells, Edwards John- 
son, Isaac J. Booth. 

Sherman, — Eli Beardsley, David Northrop, Philo S. 
Woodin, David P. Hawes, Jedediah Graves, Frederick 
Edwards, James N. Page, Horace Hungerford, L. Leach, 
Abraham Briggs, k . 



DEPARTMENTS. 41 

New Canaan. — Thomas S. Husted, Joseph Silliman, 
Hanford Carter, Stephen Hoyt, Watts Comstock. 

Trumbull,— Elijah Middlebrook, David Beach, Eli 
Brinsmade, Lewis Fairchild, Samuel Edwards, George 
Dyer, Francis Beach, Birdseye B. Plumb, Samuel Lyon, 
Elijah B. Middlebrook, David Hawley, Stephen S. Mai- 
lett. 

Weston, — Oliver C. Sanford, Simeon Fanton, Walker 
Sherwood, Isaac Bennett, Eli Adams, Zenas Johnson, 
John Edwards, Bradford Winton, Eliphalet Cooiey, Ed- 
ward Hill, Charles Rowland, Walter Lyon. 

Wilton, — Erastus Sturges, Isaac M. Sturges, Samuel 
Scott, Charles Marvin, Hawley Olmsted, Samuel Daven- 
port, Isaac M. Sturges, 2d. George A. Davenport. 

Westport, — Thomas F. Rowland, Eliphalet Swift, Al- 
va Gray, James C. Loomis, John Gray, 2d. John Gray, 
Charles W. Taylor, Hezekiah Allen. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

David H. Belden, Esq. State Attorney. 

Fairfield, — Roger M. Sherman, Thomas B. Osborne, 
Thomas Robinson, (Southport.) 

Bridgeport, — Alanson Hamlin, Mark Moore, Henry 
Dutton, William H. Noble. 

Brookfield, — Bryant Smith, J. Blackman. 

Danbury, — Matthew B. Whittlesey, Reuben Booth, 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, Edward Taylor, Silas H. 

IHickock. 
Monroe, — Cyrus H. Beardslee. 
Newtown, — Samuel C. Blackman, David H. Belden, 
Isaac M. Sturges. 

Norwalk, — Thaddeus Betts, Timothy T. Merwin, T. 
B. Butler. 

Stamford, — Simeon H. Miner, Chas. Hawley, Joshua 
B. Ferris. 

Westport, — Eliphalet Swift, J. C. Loomis. 



42 JUDICIAL AND CITIL 

Sheriff,— Samuel Beardslee, Esq. Trumbull. 

Deputy Sheriffs,— -George Peck, Fairfield ; William H. 
Banks, Danbury ; Burr Watkins, Bridgeport ; Jonathan 
Camp, Jr. Norwalk ; Davis Lockwood, Stamford ; David 
Lewis, Huntington ; Joseph B. Fairchild, Newtown ; Bar- 
nabas Bartram, Redding; Daniel Burr, Wesfport ; Hor- 
ace Fanton, Weston. 

Jailers, — Jesse Crofut, Danbury ; George Peck, Fair- 
field. 



WINDHAM COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

JOSEPH EATON, Esq., Judge. 

John Holbrook, ) Commissioners . 
Solomon Payne, $ 
Uriel Fuller, Clerk of Superior and County 
Courts. 

Samuel Webb, Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Brooklyn, — Adams White, Jonathan A. Welch, Deni- 
son Cady, Daniel P. Tyler, John Day, Uriel Fuller, Wil- 
liam Hutchins, Nathaniel Martin, Rums Matthewson, 
Samuel Cady. 

Ashford, — Levi Work, Amasa Lyon, Thomas Dow, 
Daniel Knowlton, Michael Richmond, Edward S. Keys, 
Elisha Byles, Ebenezer Chaffee, James B. Palmer, L, 
Dean, Benjamin C. Simmons, Jared D. Richmond, Hen- 
ry Work, Azel Sumner, Elijah Whiton, Zachariah Bick- 
nall, Jun. 

Canterbury, — Andrew T. Judson, Chester Lyon, Wal- 
ter Williams, Solomon Payne, Samuel L. Hough, Ethan 
Chaffee, Isaac Backus, Charles Adams, John Kendall, 
Joseph Farnham, Abijah Dewing, Andrew Harris. 

Chaplin, — Origen Bennett, Luther Ripley, William 



DEPARTMENTS. 43 

Martin, Thomas Martin, James Utley, Joseph Foster, D. 
Knight, Thomas Hough. 

Hampton, — Chauncey F. Geaveland, Ebenezer Grif- 
fin, Philip Pearle, Jesse Burnhara, Jonathan Clark, Royal 
Copeland, Mason Cleaveland, David Fox, Festus Burn- 
ham, Joseph Prentiss, Asa Burnham, John Tweedy, H. 
Fuller, Harvey Loomis. 

Killingly, — Arba Covil, David Chase, Thomas Backus, 
William Alexander, Daniel Brown, George Warren, Jed- 
ediah Leavins, Alexander M. Wilson, Nathan Wood, 
Leonard Ballou, George Danielson, Norman Kelley, 
Nicholas A. Durfee. 

Plainfield, — Joseph Eaton, John Dunlap, Sessions Les- 
ter, Erastus Lester, Francis B. Johnson, Daniel Hill, 
Amos Witter, William Dyer, Jonathan Goff, Joseph S. 
Gladding, Cornell Monroe, Lemuel Woodard, Silas Bai. 
ly, Daniel Packer. 

Pomfret, — John Holbrook, George Sharp, Job Wil- 
liams, Thomas M. Grosvenor, William James, Simeon 
S. Parkhurst, Reuben Spalding, George H. Perrin, Rob- 
ert D. Sharp, Charles Chandler, George B. Matthewson, 
Elisha Lord. 

Sterling, — Azel Cole, Benjamin Dow, John Gallup, J. 
S. Fuller, Nathaniel Gallup, George Tillinghast, Archi- 
bald Douglass, Silas Matthewson, Wheaton Wood, P. 
Smith, Alfred Ladd. 

Thompson, — George Larned, Simon Davis, Jonathan 
Nichols, John Bates, Talcott Crosby, John I. Green, J. 
Ormsby, George Larned, 2d. Franklin Nichols, Harvey 
Lamson, William Fisher. 

Voluntown, — Daniel Keigwin, Gershom Palmer, Har- 
| : vey Campbell, John E. Lindsley, Benjamin Gallup, 2d. 
JiiBenjamin Gallup, Jun. Henry Wylie. 
,| Windham, — John Baldwin, Edwards Clark, Calvin 
, jHibard, Thompson Gray, Stowell Lincoln, Benjamin 
I Webb, David L. Fuller, John Palmer, Zephaniah Palm- 
ller, Roswell Moulton, Oliver Kingsley, Nathan Witter, Jr. 
inipEbenezer Bass, Daniel Tracy, Royal Jennings, Elisha 
11, 'Williams, Lloyd E. Baldwin. 

Woodstoek, — Ebenezer Stoddard, John Payne, The- 
tin lophilus B. Chandler, John F. Williams, James Lamson, 



44 JUDICIAL AND. CIVIL 

William Lyon, 3d. Ezra Child, John Fowler, Peleg C. 
Child, George Bowen, Charles Smith, Ebenezer Litch- 
field, 2d. Edward B. Harris, Stephen L. Potter, Heze- 
kiah Bishop, Wheeler Philips. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Jonathan A. Welch, Esq. State Attorney. 

Brooklyn, — Jonathan A. Welch, Daniel P. Tyler, Uri- 
el Fuller. 

Ashford, — J. D. Richmond. 

Hampton, — Chauncey F. Cleaveland, Joseph Prentiss. 

Killingly, — Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield, — Francis B. Johnson, William Dyer. 

Pomfret, — John Holbrook. 

Thompson,— rGeorge Larned, Simon Davis, Thomas 
Eugene Graves. 

Windham, — Samuel Perkins, John Baldwin, Edwards 
Clark, Thomas Gray, Calvin Hebbard, G. S. Catlin, J. j 
Baldwin, Jr. 

Woodstock, — John McClellan, Ebenezer Stoddard, | 
John F. Williams. 



Sheriff, — Hezekiah Olney, Esq, Thompson. 
Deputy Sheriffs, — Benjamin E. Palmer, Brooklyn; 
Horatio Webb, Windham; Edward S. Moseley, Hamp- 
ton; Joseph Dorsett, Jr. Ashford; John Thurston, Plain- j 
field; Andrew A. Williams, Woodstock ; David Fisher, [ 
Killingly. 

Jailer, — Byron Wheaton, Brooklyn. 



DEPARTMENTS. 45 



LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

ANSEL STERLING, Esq., Judge. 

Morris Woodruff, ) ^ 

Joseph H. Bellamy { Commissioners. 

Origen S. Seymour, Esq. Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

George C. Woodruff, Assistant do. 

Abel Catlin, Esq. Treasurer, 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Litchfield, — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, S. P. Beers, 
Morris Woodruff, Origen S. Seymour, George C. Wood- 
ruff, Elisha S. Abernethy, Hugh P. Welch, Ozias Lewis, 
Jonathan Buell, Truman Kilbourn, Chester C. Goslee, 
Samuel H. Dudley, Dan Catlin, Edward Hopkins, Sam- 
uel B. Bolles, Julius Griswold, James M. Pierpont, M. 
Peters, Edward Cowles, Enoch I. Woodruff, Jasper 
Pickett. 

Barkhamsted, — Lester Loomis, Anson Wheeler, Jesse 
Ive3, George Merrills, Hiram Goodwin, Hira Case, Fla- 
vel B. Graham, Virgil Taylor, Amos Beecher, Jun. 

Bethlem, — Joseph H. Bellamy, David Bird, Nathan 
Hawley, Leveret Judd, Adam C. Casson. 

Canaan, — Wm. M. Burrall, James Fenn, L. Church, 
Moses Benedict, Wm. P. Burrall, John Ellmore, Jun. 
Simeon Higley, Reuben Hunt, Charles Holabird, Sereno 
B. Gillett, John Isham. 

I Colebrook, — Samuel Whitford, Arthur Howd, Abiram 
bhamberlin, Rufus Holmes, Joel Lewis. 
I Cornwall, — George Wheaton, Peter Bierce, Benjamin 
Sedgwick, Philo Kellogg, James Wadsworth, Anson Ro- 
gers, Frederick Kellogg. 

; Goshen, — Truman Starr, Erastus Lyman, Augustus 
Wiles, Nelson Brewster, Collins Baldwin, Charles Lewis, 
Eber Baily, Joseph I. Gaylord, Frederick Roberts. 

Harwinton, — Andrew Abernethy, Benajah Havden, 



46 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Jacob 0. Catlin, Abijah Catlin, Shelden Osborn, Martin 
Cook, Henry Holt, Augustus S. Johnson, Alien Birge. 

Kent,— Nathaniel P. Perry, Hiram Converse, Hubbell 
Miller, Henderson Benedict, Frederick J. Fenn, Nathan 
Terrell, Rufus Fuller, Jun. John W. Slotson, Ezra Skipp, 
Matthew S. Barnum, Timothy Chamberlain. 

New Hartford, — Isaac Kellogg, Tertius Wadsworth, 
Herman Chapin, Roger Mills, Roger H. Mills) James D, 
Thorp, Thomas Watson, Jun. James Henderson, Benja- 
min Beckwith, Gurdon Henderson. 

New Milford, — Perry Smith, Joel Sanford, Albert N. 
Gaylord, David C. Sanford, Nathaniel Perry, Orange 
Warner, Sherman Peck, Samuel D. Orton, Lewis B. 
Sherwood, Levi Morris, Dunning Babbitt, Eldad C. 
Jackson, Henry Merwin, William Roberts, Albert N. 
Baldwin, John Wooster, Ezra Noble, Daniel Marsh. 

Norfolk, — Michael F. Mills, Joseph Riggs, Bushnall 
Knapp, Amos Pettibone, Benjamin Welch, Jun. 

Plymouth, — Calvin Butler, Ransom Blakesley, Eli Pot- 
ter, Elijah Warner, Samuel Gurnsey, Hiram Pierce, C. 
I. Carrmgton, Philo Lewis, John C. Lewis, Wm. Wood- 
ruff, Henry Terry. 

Roxbury, — Stephen Sanford, W. Pierce, James Trow- 
bridge, Harman B. Eastman, Amasa Lathrop, Charles 
Thomas. 

Salisbury, — Eliphalet Whittlesey, Samuel Church, J. 
G. Mitchell, Philander Wheeler, Abijah C. Peet, Thom- 
as Stiles, Nathaniel Benedict, Roger Averill, Newman 
Hawley, Wm. C. Sterling, John H. Hubbard, Robert N. 
Fuller, John C. Coffing, Silas Read. 

Sharon, — Samuel E. Everett, Ansel Sterling, Israel 
Camp, Charles F. Sedgwick, Richard Smith, Zacheua I 
W. Bissell, Ransom Smith, John W. McRay, Samuel | 
Roberts, Jun. Alanson Wheeler, Eri Miles. 

Torrington, — Wm. Battell, Erastus Hodges, Russell ] 

C. Abernethy, Noah Drake, Jun. Griswold Woodard, 
Demas Coe, Thaddeus Griswold, Roderick Bissell, Geo, J 

D. Wadhams, Anson Colt, Jun. Giles Whiting, Phineai if 
North. 

Warren, — George Starr, Dan Carter, George P. Tal- [ 
madge, Russel Carter. 



DEPARTMENTS. 47 

Washington, — Daniel B. Brinsmade, Harman Bald- 
win, Gregory Seeley, Ithiel Hickock, Daniel T. Mitch- 
ell, Youngs Elliott, Wm. Moody, David C. Whittlesey, 
Noble Day, Eliphalet Tomlinson, Joel Morehouse, Fred- 
erick Chittenden, Holbrook Curtiss, James Skelton, Cy- 
rus B. Manville, Meritt Hemingway, David Wheeler, B. 
M. Peck, Leman W. Cutler. 

Winchester, — James Bebee, Luman Wakefield, Tru- 
man S. Wetmore, Theodore Hinsdale, Isaao Bronson, 
Samuel Hurlburt, Wm. S. Holiabird, Chester Soper, Al- 
va Nash, Wheelock Thayer, Lyman Case, Samuel W. 
Coe, Silas H. McAlpine, James Welch, Gideon Hall, 
Jun. John Boyd. 

Woodbury, — Charles B. Phelps, Matthew Miner, T. 
Camp, Gideon B. Bodsford, Thomas Bull, Elijah Sher- 
man, Jun. Jesse Miner, Reuben H. Hotchkiss, Herman 
Judson. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Leman Church, Esq. State Attorney. 
Litchfield, — Asa Bacon, Phineas Miner, S. P. Beers, 

Truman Smith, George C Woodruff, Origen S. Sey- 

llmour, Elisha S. Abernethy. 

I Barkhamsted, — Hiram Goodwin. 
y Bethlem, — Joseph H. Bellamy. 

i| Canaan, — William M. Burrall, John Elmore, Leman 
i| Church, Reuben Hunt, John Elmore, Jr. Wm. P. Bur- 
| rail, Daniel Jaqua. 

| Cornwall, — George Wheaton. 
e | li Goshen, — Birdseye Baldwin, Nelson Brewster. 
3 j Harwinton, — Abijah Catlin. 
] Kent, — Nathaniel P. Perry, Rufus Fuller, Jr. 

|i New Hartford, — Roger Mills, Roger H. Mills. 
elf New Milford,— David C. Sanford, Samuel D. Orton, 
•j.jNathaniel Perry, D. B. Wilson. 
3 Norfolk, — Michael F. Mills. 
M Plymouth, — Calvin Butler. 

I Salisbury, — Philander Wheeler, John G. Mitchell, John 
[ a j,i|I. Hubbard, Roger Averill. 



48 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Sharon, — Ansel Sterling, Charles F. Sedgwick, Rich, 
ard Smith. 

Washington, — Frederick Chittenden. 

Watertown, — Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester, — William S. Holabird, Gideon Hall, Jr. 
Elijah P. Grant. 

Woodbury, — Matthew Miner, Jr. Charles B. Phelps. 



Sheriff, — Albert Sedgwick, Esq. Litchfield. 
Deputy Sheriffs, — John E. Sedgwick, Cornwall; H. 
S. Norton, Salisbury ; Harry Lockwood, Sharon ; Peter 
W. Mills, Kent; Edward N. Hine, New Milford ; Dan. 
lei S. Tlatt, W ashington ; Marcus DeForest, Woodbury ; 
Lucius Bradley, Plymouth ; Henry Seymour, New Hart- 
ford ; George Dudley, Winchester ; William P. Judd, 
Norfolk. 

Jailer, — William Odell, Litchfield. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

WILLIAM L. STORRS, Esq., Judge. 

Gideon Higgins, ) ^ 

Joseph Chidsey, j Commiwonen. 

John Fisk, Esq., Clerk of Superior and County Courts* 

John Fisk, Esq., Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Middletown, — Samuel Cooper, Jonathan Barnes, Still- 
man K. Wightman, Joseph Taylor, William S. Camp, 
David Allen, Charles C. Tyler, Samuel W. Griswold, 
Ferdinand A. Hart, Elisha Treat, Edward Savage, Jo- j 
nah Sage, Enoch Tryon, Elijah Paddock, Thomas G. f 
Mather, Ebenezer G. Hubbard, Daniel J. Griswold, H. j 
Wilcox, Uri Boardman, William Plumb, 2d Daniel' 
Bacon, Eli Wilcox, Amos Miller, Levi Coe, William 



DEPARTMENTS. 49 

Lyman, Charles Woodward, Charles Buckland, Israel 
Russell. 

Chatham, — Selden Cook, Grey Cooper, Samuel Hall, 
David Crittenden, Erastus Strong, Abel Lewis, David 
Cornwall, Edward A. Penfield, John R. Ames, Warren 
A. Skinner, Amasa Carrier, Noah Brooks, Nymphus 
Wright, Huntington Selden, Philip Sage, Elijah Clark, N. 
C. Smith, Ezra Foote. 

Chester, — Ely Warner, Socrates Denison, Samuel P. 
Russell, Joshua L'Hommedieu. 

i Clinton, — Austin Alcott, George Carter, Eli A. Elliott, 
David Dibble, Nathan Belcher, Aaron G. Hurd. 

Durham, — Worthington G. Chauncey, John White, A. 
Robins, Enos Rogers, Alfred Camp, Munson Strong. 

East Haddam, — Ozias Holmes, Eliphalet A. Bulkeley, 
Edward P. Brownell, John C. Palmer, Helon Cone, Wil- 
liam H. Cone, Jedediah R. Gardner, Robert D. Cone, 
Brainard Palmer, Gideon Higgins, Ethan A. W T illey, Al- 
fred Gates, Moses Wright, Francis Griffing. 

Haddam, — Samuel Arnold, Smith Clark, Russel Shatt- 
er, Charles Arnold, Elias Selden, Lyman Wilcox, Stephen 
Johnson, Diodate Brainard, Ansel Spencer, Benjamin H. 
Catlin, Ezekiel S. Clark, Jonathan Arnold, Ira Hutchin- 
son, Thomas Shailer, William Cook, Friend Dickinson, 
Joseph B. Hubbard. 

Killingworth, — Eiisha Kelsey, Rufus Turner, David 
Everts, Leonard Davis, Jeremiah Hull, David P. Kelsey. 

Saybrook, — George Pratt, Giles Blague, Asa H. King*, 
John" L. Whittlesey, William R. Clark, George Pearl, G. 
R. Bailey, William Bull, Richard P. Williams, Gurdon 
i Smith, John Denison, Joseph Ellsworth, William C. Bull, 
| Selden M. Pratt, Uriah S. Hayden, Jesse Platts, Jededi- 
| ah Post, John Stannard, 2d. Alexander Clark, Enoch L'- 
Hommedieu. 



PRACTISING ATTORNEYS. 

Stillman K. Wightman, Esq. State Attorney. 
Middletown, — Jonathan Barnes, William L. Storrs, S. 
rid K. Wightman, C. C. Tyler, Samuel W. Griswold,N. A. 

3 Phelps. 4 



i?.tiie 



50 CIVIL AND JUDICIAL 

Haddam, — Linus Parmelee, Smith Clark. 
East Haddam, — N. L. Foster, Eliphalet A. Balkley, J, 
C. Palmer. 

Saybrook, — Samuel Ingham, Stephen W. Starkey. 
Clinton, — Nathan Belcher. 
Chester, — Eli Warner. 



Sheriff, — Linus Coe, Esq. Middletown. 

Deputy Sheriffs, — Curtis Bacon, Middletown ; Ezekiel 
S. Clark, Haddam ; Ebenezer Smith, Chatham ; Charles* 
Stevens, Clinton ; Samuel Holmes, East-Had dam ; Wil- 
liam H. Lynde, Saybrook. 

Jailers, — William M. Ward, Middletown ; Ezekiel S. 
Clark, Haddam. 



TOLLAND COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

ELISHA STEARNS, Esq., Judge. 
Daniel Glazier, 



> Commissioners. 

bAUL ALVORD, \ 

Jeremiah Parish, Esq. Clerk of Superior and County 
Courts. 

Joseph Howard, Esq. Treasurer. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Tolland, — Elisha Stearns, Calvin Willey, Jeremiah 
Parish, George M. Hide, LorinP. Waldo, Salmon Cross, 
Novatus Chapman, Anai Ladd, Warner Fitch, Seth D. 
Griggs. 

Bolton, — Saul Alvord, Daniel W. Badger, Jabez L. 
White, Jr. Noah Strong, Roger S. White, Sanford Steele, j 

Coventry, — Otis Sweet, Eleazer Hunt, Zelotes Long, 
James White, John Winchester, Edward G. Huntington, I 
Calvin Manning, Joseph Dow, Alonzo W. Birge. 

Columbia, — Gershom Dorrance, Samuel Little, Asahel j 



DEPARTMENTS. 51 

Clark, Daniel Holbrook, Alpheus Kingsley, jr. Elam 
Loomis, Samuel West. 

Ellington, — Asa Willey, Oliver W. Steele, John H. 
Brockway, Joseph W. Bissel, Ephraim Dimmock, jr. 
Benjamin Pinney. 

Hebron, — Peyton R. Gilbert, Ralph Gilbert, Humphrey 
F. Fuller, Cyrus Mann, Epaphroditus Porter, Israel E. 
Hutchinson, Gardner Barber, Cyrus Bingham, Austin 
Tuttle, Anson Chappel, Orrin C. White. 

Somers, — Walter R. Kibbee, Oliver Chapman, 2d, Aho- 
liab Johnson, John Phillips, Jonathan Clark, Orson Wood, 
Amariah Kibbee, jr. 

Stafford, — Rodolphus Wood worth, Amos Harvey, Zi- 
na Winter, Miner Grant, Solva Converse, Ephraim H. 
Hyde, Nathaniel Sibley, Parley Converse, Alfred Thresh- 
er, Cyne Johnson, David Gay, Calvin Knight. 

Mansfield, — Zalmon Storrs, Seth Dunham, John Fitch, 
Thomas Clark, Joseph Conant, Edmund Freeman, Dan 
Barrows, Needham Slate, William A. Fisk, Cordial S. 
Hovey, jr. 

Union, — Samuel Crawford, William P. Sessions, Ste- 
phen Fairbank, Joseph C. Griggs. 

Vernon, — Lebbeus P. Tinker, Francis M'Lean, Oliver 
King, Samuel S. Talcott, Phineas Talcott, Thaddeus C. 
Bunce, W r arren Smith. 

Willington, — Daniel Glazier, John J. Moulton, Origen 
Dimmock, Robert Sharpe, Rufus Rider, Marvin Peck. 



PRACTISING- ATTORNEYS. 

Lorin P. Waldo, Esq. State Attorney. 

Tolland, — Calvin Willey, Elisha Stearns, Lorin P. 
Waldo, , 

Bolton, — Saul Alvord. 

Columbia, — Asahel Clark. 

Ellington, — Asa W T illey, John H. Brockway. 

Hebron, — Ralph Gilbert. 

Mansfield, — John Fitch. 

Somers, — Walter R. Kibbe, Aholiab Johnson. 

Stafford, — Rodolphus Woodworth. 



52 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Sheriff. — Carlos Chapman, Esq. Tollana. 

Deputy Sheriffs, — John C. Willey, Tolland ; Joshua 
B. Lord, Hebron; Samuel Anderson. Mansfield ; Charles 
Paul, Union ; Francis D. Johnson, Stafford. 
Jailer, — Joseph Burnham, jr. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



Hartford, 

Berlin, 

Bristol, 

Burlington, 

East Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Granby, 

Hartland, 

Simsbury, 

Southington, 

Suffield, 

New Haven, 

Cheshire, 

Guilford, 

Madison, 

Meriden, 

Milford, 

Wallingford, 

Waterbury, 

New London, 

Norwich, 

Colchester, 

Lebanon, 

Ledyard, 

Lyme, 

N. Stonington, 

Stonington, 



Joshua R. Jewett. 



JUDGES. CLERKS. 

Seth Terry. Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Joseph Wright. 

Tracy Peck. 

Ira Bronson. 

William Barnes. 

William Dixon. 

Egbert Cowles. 

Thomas Holcomb. 

Nathan Bos worth. 

John O. Pettibone. 

Timothy Jones. 

Luther Loomis. 

Nathaniel R. Clark. John Beach. 
Silas Hitchcock. 
Joel Tuttle. 
Reynold Webb. 
James S. Brooks, 
Abijah Carrington. 
Elisha M. Pomeroy. E. H. 
Joel Hinman. 



R. D. Smith. 



Ives. 



Lyman Law. 
John Hyde. 
Frederick Morgan. 
Oliver Pettis. 
Christopher Newton. 
Charles Griswold. 
William Randall. 
Asa Fish. 



Eben. Learned. 



COURTS OF PROBATE. 



53 



Fairfield, Rufus Blakeman. 

Danbury, Edward Taylor. 

Newtown, Theophiius Nichols. 

Nor walk, Benjamin Isaacs. 

Stamford, Joshua B. Ferris. 

Stratford, Alanson Hamlin. 

Westport, Thomas F. Rowland. 

Weston, Bradford Wimon. 

Brooklyn, Bela B. Spalding. 

Ashford, Daniel Knowlton. 

Canterbury, Chester Lyon. 

Hampton, Mason Cleaveland. James A. Hovey* 

Killingly. Thomas Backus. 

Plainfield, Joseph Eaion. John F. Gordon. 

Pomfret, Job Williams. 

Thompson, Talcott Crosby. 

Voluntown, Kinney Gallup. 

Windham, Calvin Hibbard. 

Woodstock, Theoph. B. Chandler. 

Litchfield, Phineas Miner. O. S. Seymour. 

Barkhampsted, Jesse Ives. 

Harwinton, Abijah Catlin. 

Kent, Nathaniel P. Perry. 

New Hartford, Roger H. Mills. 

New Milford, Nathaniel Perry. 

Norfolk, Michael F. Mills. 

Plymouth, Calvin Butler. 

Sharon, Wm. Mi Burrall. 

Washington, Daniel B. Brinsmade. 

Watertown, Holbrook Curtiss. 

Winchester, John Boyd. 

Woodbury, Nathaniel B. Smith. 

Middletown, Samuel Cooper. John Fisk. 

Clinton, George Carter. 

Chatham, Ezra Foote. 

Haddam, Simon Shatter. Linus Parmelee. 

East Haddam, Eliph. A. Bulkeley. 

Saybrook, Obadiah Spencer. Henry W. Spencer, 



54 


NOTARIES PUBLIC, 




DISTRICTS. 


JUDG-ES. 


CLERKS. 


Tolland, 


Novatus Chapman. 




Ellington, 


Asa Willey. 


Moses B. Bull 


Hebron, 


Abner Hendee. 


Charles Post. 


Mansfield, 


John Fitch. 




Stafford, 


Rodol. Woodworth. 


» 


Somers, 


Walter R. Kibbee. 


A. Johnson, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC, 



Walter Mitchell, Hartford. 
Francis Parsons, Hartford. 
Isaac Perkins, Hartford. 
Nathan Johnson, Hartford. 
Samuel H. Parsons, Hartford. 
Francis Feliowes, Hartford. 
Erastus Smith, Hartford. 
James H. Holcomb, Hartford. 
Charles L. Porter, Hartford. 
Henry White, New Haven. 
Leonard Daggett, New Haven. 
John Beach, New Haven. 
Charles Robinson, New Haven. 
Levi H. Young, New Haven. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, New Haven » 
John Scarritt, New Haven. 
Daniel Barnes, New Haven. 
Nathaniel R. Clark, New Haven, 
Elihu Munson, New Haven. 
William Storer, New Haven. 
Henry T. Huggins, New Haven. 
Lyman Law, New London. 
William P. Cleaveland, New London, 
E. F. Dutton, New London. 
Thomas S. Perkins, New-London. 
George Hill, Norwich. 
John DeWitt, Norwich. 
Lafayette >S, Foster, Norwich, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 55 

Reuben A. Williams, Norwich. 

Henry Dutton, Bridgeport. 

Daniel Sterling, Bridgeport. 

Ira Sherman, Bridgeport. 

George Burroughs, Bridgeport. 

William Davidson, Bridgeport. 

Joshua P. Ferris, Stamford. 

Jonathan Buckley, Fairfield. 

Bradford Winton, Weston. 

Benjamin R. Fowler, Branford. 

Edward Hill, Stamford. 

Samuel C. Morgan, Griswold. 

Reuben Booth, Danbury. 

Nathaniel Perry, New Milford. 

Philip Wilton, Ridgerield. 

Charles Foot, Ridgefield. 

Isaac Sherman, Bridgeport. 

Timothy T. Merwin, Norwalk. 

Lyman Brewer, no place of residence designated, 

Latham Hull, North Stonington. 

Joseph B. Gay, Thompson. 

Lorin P. Waldo, Tolland. 

Walter Goodell, Chaplin. 

Tracy Peck, Bristol. 

Samuel G. Blackman, Norwalk. 

James A. Hovey, Hampton. 

George Hubbard, Stonington. 

Francis Amy, Stonington. 

Henry Haskell, Preston. 

William C. Stanton, Voluntown. 

Thomas Warner, Jun. Norwalk. 

Nathaniel Stanton, Griswold. 

Daniel Huntington, Griswold. 

Sedley Snow, Saybrook. 

Joseph Hayden, Saybrook. 

Asa Fish, Stonington. 

Thomas Gray, Windham. 

William Dyer, Plainfield. 

Jonathan Comstock, Waterford., 

Benajah Andrews, Meriden. 

Eli C. Birdseye, Meriden. 



56 NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Samuel W. Wood, Ledyard. 
Nathan Brewster, Ledyard. 
Jonathan R. Flint, Tolland. 
William T. Williams, Lebanon. 
Abner Hendee, Hebron. 
Selah Strong, Milford. 
Joel W. White, Windham. 
John F. Williams, Woodstock. 
Linus Parmelee, Haddam. 
Joseph B. Gay, Thompson. 
Edwaid Cornwall, Cheshire. 
Reynolds Webb, Madison. 
Nathan L. Foster, East Haddam. 
Philip Betts, Wilton. 
Samuel Belden, Wilton. 
Origen S. Seymour, Litchfield. 
Calvin Daggett, Coventry. 
Jesse Charlton, East Windsor. 
Daniel Dunbar, Berlin. 
John A. Perkins, Windham. 
Charles Hillyer, Granby. 
William L'Hommedieu, Norwich* 
Reuben A, Williams, Norwalk. 
Edward Hinman, Southbury. 
Charles Sabin, Groton. 
Ebenezer Goodale, Wethersfield. 
Eli Johnson, Ellington. 
Albert Kent, Suffield. 
William H. Holly, Stamford. 
Eliphalet A. Bulkley, East Haddam. 
William Danielson, Killingly. 
Oliver Shepard, Danbury. 
Joseph Ellsworth, Saybrook. 
Ralph D. Smith, Guilford. 
Leonard Hendee, Hebron. 






COMMISSIONERS. 57 

COMMISSIONERS 

ON TURNPIKE ROADS, BRIDGES, FERRIES, ETC. 

[Appointed by the Senate— May, 1838.] 



ON TURNPIKE ROADS. 

1. Boston. Martin Kinney, Dyer Clark. 

2. Bridgeport and Newtown. James B. Fairman, 
Abijah Meritt. 

3. Chatham and Marlborough. David Cornwall, Eras- 
tus Strong. 

4. Cheshire. Benjamin D. Doolittle, Eli B. Austin. 

5. Colchester and Chatham. Samuel C. Silliman, 
John C. Bulkley. 

6. Centre. Abiel Child, Willis Gilbert. 

7. Chester. Ambrose Webb, Samuel C. Silliman. 

8. Colchester and Norwich. John Isham, Charles 
Bliss. 

9. Columbia. Henry R. Waters, Alpheus Kingsley, 
Jun. 

10. Connecticut. John B. Ferris, David Coley. 

11. Cornwall and Washington. Nathaniel Brown, Ri- 
ley Coggswell. 

12. Canaan and Litchfield. Charles Lewis, Willard 
Gay lord. 

13. Connecticut and Rhode Island. Thomas C. Hay. 
ward, Luther Day. 

14. Danbury and Ridgefield. George Andrews, Cha's. 
Starr. 

15. Durham and East Guilford. Asher Robinson, 
Frederick S. Field. 

16. East Haddam and Colchester. Amariah Brainard, 
Samuel S. Warner. 

17. East Middle. Elijah Warner, Jun., Ebenezer 
Bates. 

18. Essex. Josiah Gladding, Jared C. Redfield. 

19. Farmington River. Abiram Chamberlin, Henry 
Seymour, 



58 COMMISSIONERS. 

20. Fairfield, Redding, and Weston. None appointed 
— charter repealed. 

21. Fair Haven. Charles Stevens, Thomas G. Wood- 
ward. 

22. Goshen and Sharon. Silas A. Gray, Chalker Pratt. 

23. Granby. Jonathan Church, Aurora Case. 

24. Green Woods. Gideon Hall, John Ishani. 

25. Groton and Stonington. Elias Hewitt, Albert La- 
tham. 

26. Guilford and Durham. Miles Merwin, Jun., Abel 
Rossiter. 

27. Hartford and New London. Henry Williams, 
Moseley Talcott. 

28. Hartford and New Haven. Charles W. Curtiss, 
John B. Eidredge. 

29. Hartford, Tolland, Windham, and New London 
Counties. Jabez Fitch, Collins Maine. 

30. Hartford and Tolland. Eli Olmsted, Joseph Burn- 
ham. 

31. Hebron and Middle Haddam. Ebenezer Smith, 
George Gillett. 

32. Humphreysville and Salem Bridge. Ezekiel Gil- 
bert, John A. Coe. 

33. Housatonic. Peter Tomlinson, John Peck. 

34. Huntington. Daniel Sterling, Huntington Tomlin- 
son. 

35. Killingworth. Horace Redfield, Smith Clark. 

36. Litchfield and Cornwall. Ozias Lewis, William 
Ray. j: 

37. Litchfield and Harwintoh. Jonathan Rossiter, Geo, 
Bolles. 

38. Litchfield and New Milford. Selah Richmond, , 
William Taylor. 

39. Middlesex. Ozias Holmes, Timothy Green. 

40. Middletown and Berlin. William Bowers, Charles i 
Woodward. 

41. Middletown and Durham. Joseph Chidsey, Eras-| 
tus Osborn. 

42. Middletown and Meriden. Enos H. Curtiss, Dan-J 
iel I. Griswold. 

43. Mohegan. Norman B. Brown, Erastus Williams.! 



COMMISSIONERS. 59 

44. Monroe and Zoar Bridge. George Bradley, Cha's. 
Judson. 

45. Moosnp. Isaac Knight, Solomon Payne. 

46. New Milford and Roxbury. Selah Richmond, 
Stephen Crane. 

47. Norwich and Salem. Jacob W. Kinney, John M. 
Peabody. 

48. New Haven and Derby. Benjamin Beecher, Ly- 
man Osborn. 

49. New Haven and Milford. Selah Strong, Henry 
Peck. 

50. New London and Lyme. Samuel Chaney, Mat- 
thew Bacon. 

51. New London and Windham Counties. Amos 
Witter, Gurdon Pendleton. 

52. New Milford and Sherman. Orrin Bennett, Albert 
H. Gaylord. 

53. New Preston. Anson Squires, Heman Chamber- 
lain. 

54. Northfield. Alanson Coley, Charles Gorham. 

55. Norwalk and Danbury. David Osborn, Edwin 
Lockwood. 

56. Norwalk and Newtown. Walter Clark, Erastus 
Sturges. 

57. Norwich and Woodstock. Joseph W. Tracy, Ed- 
ward Fogg. 

58. Oxford. David Candee, John Peck. 

59. Pettipauge and Guilford. Sedley Snow, Heman S. 
Franklin. 

60. Pines Bridge. None appointed. 

61. Providence. Benjamin E. Palmer, Samuel Rey- 
nolds. 

62. Rimmon Falls. William Fenn, Ezekiel Gilbert. 

63. Salem and Hamburg. Matthias W. Baker, Elias 
Redfield. 

64. Sharon and Cornwall. Jedediah Calhoun, William 
Everett. 

65. Sympaug. Charles Starr, David Osborn. 

66. Shetucket. Amos Avery, Isaac Williams. 

67. Stafford. Ezra Chapman, Ira Johnson. 

68. Still River. Elisha Smith, Hosea Hinsdale. 



60 COMMISSIONERS. 

69. Southington and Waterbury. Elisha A. Cowles, 
John D. Johnson. 

70. Sandy Brook. Theron Rockwell, Ezra Doolittle. 

71. Straits. Erastus Osborn, Samuel H. Nettleton. 

72. Sugar Hollow. Eli Hamilton, Isaac M. Sturges. 

73. Talcott Mountain. James Goodwin, Hiram Driggs. 

74. Thompson. Stephen Holmes, Edward Aldritch. 

75. Tolland County. None appointed. 

76. Torrington. Norman Kellogg, Decius Humphrey. 

77. Tolland and Mansfield. Jacob B. Gurley, Chelseu 
Chapman. 

78. Washington. Anthony Strong, Edward I. Pond. 

79. Windham and Coventry. Isaac Keeney, Chester 
Hunt. 

80. Windham and Mansfield. John I. Moulton, Enos 
West. 

81. West Middle. David J. Stiles, Daniel Martin. 

82. Windham and Brooklyn. Benjamin Webb, Ha- 
villah Taylor. 

83. Waterbury River. Abijah Mann, Moses Hall. 

84. Wolcottville. Russell C. Abernethy, Uriah Tuttle. 

85. Weston. Joseph Bennett, Walker Sherwood. 

86. Wells Hollow. Sylvanus Sterling, Huntington Torn- 
linson. 

87. Warren. Asahel Wedge, Augustus Squires. 

88. Branch. Isaac Bennett. 

89. Monroe and Newtown. Lampson Birch, George 
Bradley. 

90. Fairfield County. Lemuel Beers, Charles Smith. 

91. Hadlyme. Joseph Warner, Joseph W. Cone. 

92. Chester and North Killingworth. David Evarts, 
Samuel P. Russell. 

93. Black Rock and Weston. Abraham D. Baldwin, 
John S. Wilson. 

94. River Turnpike. None appointed. 

95. Sherman and Redding. Lucius Northrop, Czar 
Jones. 

96. Hop River. Barker W. Brown, Amos Perkins. 

97. North Killingworth and North Madison. Rufas : 
Turner, Frederick S. Field. 



COMMISSIONERS. 61 

ON BRIDGES. 

1. Niantic. Samuel I. Beckwith, Edward R. War- 
ren. 

2. Hartford. Walter Mitchell, Joseph Pratt, Solomon 
Olmsted. 

3. Mystic. Roswell Fish, Jesse D. Noyes. 

4. Tomlinson's. William K. Townsend, William 
Moseley. 

5. Bridgeport. Josiah Gorham, Noah Plumb. 

6. Washington. Selah Strong, Enoch Foot. 

7. Derby Bridge and Ferry Company. Peter Tomlin- 
son, John Peck. 

8. Zoar. Charles B. Booth, Samuel Wheeler. 

9. Bennett's. Jacob Beers, Russell Wooster. 

10. Hawley's. Bryant Smith, John Jackson. 

11. New Milford. Lyman Smith, Orange Warner. 

12. Bull's Falls. Frederick J. Fenn, Lyman Stewart. 

13. Pratt's. Alanson C. Russ, Lyman Stewart. 

14. Fuller's. Frederick J. Fenn, Alpheus Fuller. 

15. Union. None appointed. 

16. Edmonds. None appointed. 

17. Norwich and Preston. Erastus Coit, Henry Palm- 
er, William P. Nash. 



ON FERRIES. 

1. New London. John Hudson, Joseph Durfee. 

2. Gales. Robert Comstock, Stephen Stoddard. 

3. Chapman's. George Clark, Aaron C. Palmer. 

4. Warner's. James Gates, Samuel Colt. 

5. Higganum. Jared Arnold, Hezekiah Childs. 

6. East Haddam. George Clark, Ebenezer Fox. 

7. Middle Haddam Landing. Huntington Selden, Ti- 
tos Whitmore. 

8. Essex. Jared C. Redfield, Josiah Gladding. 

9. Rocky Hill. James Killam, Ebenezer Goodale. 

10. Pratt's. Thaddeus Welles, Jesse Goodrich. 

11. King's. Samuel Ball, Apollos Fuller. 

12. East Windsor. Richard Niles, Roderick King. 

13. Warehouse Point. Solomon Terry, Jun., Horace 
Birge. 



62 COMMISSIONERS. 

14. Eniield and Suffield. Apollos Fuller, Henry Kings, 
ley. 

15. Saybrook Ferry. Matthew Bacon, Russell Ford, 

16. Haddam Island. Noah Brooks, Ebenezer Fox. 

17. Hartford and East Hartford. Henry Phelps, Time- 
thy Williams. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

[Appointed by the Governor.] 

On the Union Company, Connecticut River. 

Jeremiah Brown, Henry Barnard, Lemuel White. 



On the Thames River Channel. 
Wm P. Eaton, Enoch C. Chapman, John W. Fanning. 



On the Works of the Connecticut River Company. 
Asa Willey, John S. Peters, Richard Bacon. 



On the Farmington Canal. 
Eliakim Kimberly, Adnah Whiting, Noyes Darling. 



On the New Haven and North Hampton Company. 
Stephen B. Pardee. 



On the Fairfield County Rail Road. 
Daniel Tomlinson, Harvey Smith, Abraham D. Baldwin, 



On the Hartford and New Haven Rail Road. 
John Stewart, William H. Ellis, Nathaniel Stevens. 



On the Worcester and Hartford Rail Road. 
John Stewart, Wm. H. Merriman, Elisha A. Cowles. ] 



On the Hartford and Springfield Rail Road. 
Joel W. White, Orrin Holt, William Field. 



On the New York, Providence and Boston Rail Road. 
Wm. Randall, Gurdon Trumbull, Charles Mallory. 



COMMISSIONERS. 63 

On the Norwich and Worcester Rail Road. 
Joel W. White, Darius Matthewson, Adam Larrabee. 



Bank Commissioners. 
Ebenezer Learned, Wm. L. Storrs. 



Commissioners of State Hospital. 
John Skinner, Zebul Bradley. 

Directors of Connecticut State Prison. 
Joseph Pratt, Oliver H. King, Samuel C. Seidell. 



Auditors of Public Accounts. 
Horatio Alden, George Putnam. 



The Commissioners to equalize the Assessment List for 
the State, are the Treasurer and Comptroller for the time 
being. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR. OF CONNECTICUT, 

To take the acknowledgment of Deeds, Depositions, 
&c. in the respective States where they reside. 

New York City, — Frederick Ellsworth Mather, Ran- 
som Fayerweather, Joseph Wood, Mortimer M. Jack- 
son, Ebenezer Young, William H. Smith, Charles F. 
Croswell, John Hilldreth. 

Albany, N. Y. — Henry Sherman. 

Rochester, N. Y. — Levi Ward. 

Troy, N. Y, — David L. Seymour. 

Greenwich, N. Y. — Daniel Frost, Jun. 

Buffalo, N. Y. — Legrand Marvin. 

Mobile, Alabama. — William H. Bunnell, William H. 
Bunce. 

Portage Count) T , Ohio. — William H. Smith, David R. 
Tilden. 

Northampton, Mass. — Stephen B. Pardee. 



64 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 



District No. 1. Consists of the towns of Hartford 
Wethersfield, Berlin, and Southington. 

2. Enfield, Suffield, East Windsor, East Hartford 
Glastenbury, Marlborough, and Manchester. 

3. Hartland, Granby, Simsbury, Windsor, Canton 
Farmington, Bristol, Burlington, Avon, and Bloomfield, 

4. New Haven, Hamden, Milford, Orange, and Nortl 
Haven. 

5. Woodbridge, Derby, Oxford, Southbury, Middlebu. 
ry, Waterbury, Prospect, and Wolcott. 

6. East Haven, Cheshire, Menden, Wallingford, Bran, 
ford, Guilford, Madison, and North Branford. 

7. New London, Groton, Ledyard, Stonington, anc 
Waterford. 

8. Norwich, North Stonington, Preston, Griswold. 
Lisbon, and Franklin. 

9. Lyme, Colchester, Lebanon, Montville, Salem, anc 
Bozrah. 

10. Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Huntington, Wes. 
ton, Trumbull, and Monroe. 

11. Danbury, Ridgefield, Redding, Brookiield, New 
town, New Fairfield, and Sherman. 

12. Norwalk, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich, Nev 
Canaan, and Wilton. 

13. Brooklyn, Canterbury, Hampton, Plainfield, Stei 
ling, Voluntown, Windham, and Chaplin. 

14. Ashford, Killingly, Pomfret, Thompson, an 
Woodstock. 

15. Litchfield, Harwinton, New Hartford, Torringtor 
Wi n Chester Barkhamsted, and Colebrook. 

16. New Milford, Warren, Washington, Roxbur: 
Bethlem, Woodbridge, Watertown, and Plymouth. i 

17. Salisbury, Canaan, Norfolk, Sharon, Cornwai 
Goshen, and Kent. 

18. Middletown, Durham, and Chatham. 

19. Haddam, East Haddam, Killingworth, Saybrooj 
and Chester. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 65 

20. Tolland, Ellington, Somers, Stafford, Union, and 
Wellington. 

21. Bolton, Coventry, Columbia, Mansfield, Hebron, 
and Vernon. 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. 

District No. 1, Hartford County. 

" No.»2, New Haven and Middlesex do. 

" No. 3, New London do. 

" No. 4, Fairfield do. 

" No. 5, Litchfield do. 

" No. 6, Windham and Tolland do. 



EXTRACT FROM THE DISTRICTING LAW. 

Sec. 3. The presiding officers in the meetings of the 
Electors, in the respective towns in this State, shall make 
oath to the certificates of the votes for Senators, in the 
General Assembly, as follows, to wit : 

At a meeting of the Electors in the town of , 

legally warned and held on the first Monday in April, 

A. D. , the following persons received the number of 

.(of votes annexed to their names respectively, for a Sen- 
ator in the next General Assembly of this State, for 
^District No. — , 

names. I Number of votes in words 

gj at full length. 

Duplicate list of votes for Senator, certified by 

A. B. Presiding officer." 
Sec. 4. The presiding officers, in making out said 
ngton certified lists, shall insert the number of votes in words 

,t full length. 
>ury j Sec. 5. The superscription on each of said certificates 
p be returned to the Secretary of this State, shall be as 
dlows, to wit : 

44 To the Secretary of this State. 

" Votes of the Electors of the town of , for a 

nator for District No. — , taken and sealed up by 

A. B. Presiding officer/' 



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66 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



TOWNS. 

Hartford, 

Avon, 

Berlin, 

Burlington, 

Bloomfield, 

Canton, 

East Hartford, 

East Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Farmington, 

Glastenbury, 

Hartland, 

Marlborough, 

Simsbury, 

Stafford, 

Southington, 

Suffield, 

Wethersfield, 

Windsor, 

New-Haven, 

Bethany, 

Branford, 

Cheshire, 

Derby, 

East-Haven, 

Guilford, 

Hamden, 

Meriden, 

Middlebury, 

Milford, 

Madison, 

Newtown, 

No. Branford, 

Oxford, 

Prospect, 

Southbury, 

Wolcott, 



FIRST SELECTMEN. 

Jeremy Hoadley, 
Luther Woodford, 
Roswell Moore, Jr. 
Ira Mason, 
J. L. Prosser, 
Noah J. Bristol, 
Samuel Brewer, 
John Moreton, 
John King, 
Erastus Scott, 
B. Taylor, 

B. Giddings, 

C. Curtis, 
W. Adams, 
Augustus Moore, 
J. Wightman, 
Luther Loomis, 
Tho. Griswold, 
G. Ellsworth, 
Benj. Beecher, 
Harry French, 
J. Blackstone, 
Elihu Yale, 
L. Chatfield, 
Hoadly Bray, 
N. Griffing, 
Alfred Bassett, 
S. Atkins, 
H. L. Wheeler, 
A. Carrington, 
W. P. Munger, 
James B. Fairman, 
E. Linsley, 
N. J. Wilcoxson, 
Wm. Mix, 

Ira Frisbie, 



CLERKS. 

William Whitma 
Alfred ^Kellogg, 
C. A. 'Goodrich, 
M. H. Upson, 
Hiram Roberts, 
W. H. Hallock, 
Salmon Phelps, 
James Moore, 
Wm. Dixon, 
Horace Cowles, 
Thad. Welles, 
T. E. Williams, 
Ebenezer Strong, 
Moses Ensign, 
Nathaniel Newell, 
S. Andrews, 
O. Pease, 

A. Robertson, 
W. Howard, 
John Scaritt, 
Hezekiah Thomasl 
Samuel Frisbie, 
Wm. L. Foote, 

J. Hotchkiss, 
Bela Farnham, 
Joel Tuttle, 
R. Pierpont, 
E. C. Birdsey, 
L. Townsend, I 
D. L. Baldwin, | 
W. P. Munger, | 
Caleb Baldwin, | 

B. Page, Jr. 

N. J. Wilcoxson, 
James Street, 

Archibald Miner,' l 



TOWN OFFICERS, &C. 



€7 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



TREASURERS. 


COLLECTORS. 


ANT\ 


f. MEET. T. ' 


rAX. 


Nathaniel Goodwin, Benja. Hastings, 


Last Mon.Nov. 


cts. 


Gam. Sperry, 


W.W.Woodford,lst, 


do. 


do. 


2 


C. A. Goodrich, 


L. C. Hall, 


1st, 


do. 


Oct. 


4 


Ira Mason, 


H. Webster, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


8 


C. Burnham, 






do. 


do. 




Isaac Mills, 


E. Hosford, 




do. 


do. 


6 


H. Williams, 






do. 


do. 


3 


J. Moore, 


Select Men, 


2d, 


do. 


Nov. 


4 


W. Dixon, 


J. Pease, 


1st, 


do. 


do. 


3J 


R. Cowlcs, 


E. L. Lewis, 


3d, 


do. 


do. 




G. Plummer, 


A. H. Blish, 


1st, 


do. 


Oct. 


3 


Asa Bushnell, 


W. Stebbins, 




do. 


do. 


4J 


M. Talcott, 


Asa Day, 




do. 


do. 


5 


Benjamin Ely, 


C. E. Cornish, 


1st, 


do. 


Nov. 


4 


Nathaniel Newell, 


Thos. Moore, 


1st, 


do. 


Oct. 


6 


Samuel Andrews, 


Joel Potter, 




do. 


do. 




Henry Bissell, 


P. Harman, 




do. 


do. 


H 


John Palmer, 


W. Talcott, 


1st, 


do. 


Nov. 


3 


John Bower, 


E. S. Alvord, 


1st, 


do. 


Oct. 


4J 


Amos Townsendj 


\Gurdon Morse, 










H. Thomas, 


E. S. Sperry, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


4* 


Samuel Frisbie, 


L. S. Parsons, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


H 


W. L. Foote, 


Samuel Cook, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


3 


N. C. Sanford, 


W. C. Wakely, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 




B. Farnham, 


S. Smith 2d, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


2 


H. W. Chittenden 


E. Hutchinson, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


1 


R. Pierpont, 


N. Wakely, 


1st- 


do. 


do. 


5 


A. Griswold, 


Benjamin Twiss 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


5 


|L. Townsend, 


Ch. Townsend, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


7 




S. B. Ford, 


1st. 


do. 


Dec. 


6 


|W. P. Munger, 


S. B. Hili, 


1st 


do. 


Nov. 


3* 


Isaac Beers, 


J. B. Fairchild, 


1st. 


do. 


Oct. 


5 


p. Page, Jr. 


L. Harrison, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


n 


p. M. Hatch, 


John Beecher, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


5 


Tames Street, 


S. H. Payne, 


1st. 


do, 


do. 


3 


1 


Geo. Briggs, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


3 


tlra Hough, 


Jos. N. Sperry, 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


3 



68 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



TOWNS. 

Wallingford, 

Woodbridge, 

Waterbury, 

New London, 

Norwich, 

Bozrah, 

Colchester, 

Franklin, 

Griswold, 

Lebanon, 

Ledyard, 

Lisbon, 

N. Stonington, 

Preston, 

Salem, 

Stonington, 

Waterford, 

Fairfield, 

Brookfield, 

Danbury, 

Darien, 

Greenwich, 

Huntington, 

Munroe, 

New Fairfield, 

New Canaan, 

Stamford, 

Ridgefield, 

Sherman, 

Stratford, 

Trumbull, 

Weston, 

Wilton, 

Brooklyn, 

Ashford, 

Canterbury, 

Chaplin, 

Hampton, 

Plainfield, 

Pomfret, 



FIRST SELECTMEN. CLERKS. 

Augustus Hall, 2d. Samuel Cook, 



J. I. Baldwin 
Timothy Porter, 
Samuel Chany, 
Gurdon Chapman, 
Daniel Herrick, 
John Isham, 



B. P. Smith, 
Willard Spencer, 
Henry Douglass, 
Simeon Thomas, 
Gardner Avery, 
Joshua B. Wheeler, 



Elihu M. Kingsley, Willard G. Pember, 

Daniel M. Lester, Daniel Huntington, 

Joseph Lyman John Wattles, 

Isaac W. Geer, James Allyn, 

Daniel B. Lovett, Henry R. Robbins, 

Latham Hull, Oliver Hewitt, 

John B. Clark, Asher P. Brown, 

Sala Jones, John C. Daniels, 

Asa Fish, John G. Noyes, 

Elisha Beckwith, Lodowick Beebe. 

David Hill, Samuel A. Nichols, 

Curtis Morris, Bryant Smith, 

Eli T. Hoyt, Daniel Starr, 

William Andrews Abram Clark, 

Conklin Husted, Samuel Close, 
Thaddeus BeardsleyLemuel Beardsley, 



Henry Lewis, 
Jesse Scudder, 
Watts Comstock, 
Royal L. Gay, 
David Scott, 
Lewis Beardsley, 
Lewis Wells, 
Rice E. Beach, 



A. Lewis, 

Samuel T. BarnumJ 
Joseph Silliman, 
Seymour Jarvis, 
Nathan Smith, 
Hugh Gilston, 
David Brooks, 
David Deach, 



Walker Sherwood, Bradford Winton, 
Erastus Sturges, Samuel Belden, 
Edward Fogg, Zacharias Spalding 

Amos Knowlton, Benj. C. Simmomi 
John M. Francis, Wm. Lester, 
Solomon Lanphear, Frederick Storrs, 
A. M. Litchfield, Dyer Hughes, 
Nathaniel French, George Cady, 
Asa Dennis, Job Williams, 



TOWN OFFICERS, &C. 



69 



TREASURERS. 

W. Francis, 
B. P. Smith, 
Andrew Bryan, 
Adam Frink, 
Lyman Brewer, 
Gardner Avery, 
S. A. Peters, 



COLLECTORS. 

W. Francis, 
Aure Peck, 
Moses Cook, 
Martin Coats, 
Fred. Prentiss, 
Jehiel Johnson, 
John F. Bulkley, 



ANN. MEET. T. TAX. 

1st. Mon. Oct. 4 



Willard G. Pember,James H. Hyde, 
Daniel Huntington, Russell Rix, 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 

do. 

do. 
Sept. 
Oct. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Dec. 

do. 
Nov. 



John Wattles, L. B. Babcock, 

James Allyn, Roswell Allyn, 

Henry R. Robins, Sanford Brumley, 
Oliver Hewitt, Latham Hull, Jr. 

Henry Bro ,vn, Wm. P. Witter, 

John C. Daniels, Sa. P. Griffin, 
John G. Noyes, David Stanton, 
William Gorton, Joseph Avery, 
David Hill, Horace Banks, 1st. 

Lemuel H. ShermanPeter B. Jackson, 
Edgar S. Tweedy, Taylor and Judd,2d. 
Abram Clark, Albert Seeley, 1st. do. Oct. 

Zenos Mead, Jacob Dayton, Jr. do. do. 

Lemuel Beardsley, Cyrus Lewis, do. do. 

Henry Lewis, Charles B. Clark, do. do. 3 

Samuel T. Barnum,Levi Penfield, November. 3 

Stephen Hoyt, Jr. Darius St. John, 1st Mond. Oct. 3 
Seymour Jarvis, Walter Sarles, do. do. 3 

Smith B. Keeler, Henry Smith 2d, do. do, 3J 

David Northrop, George Briggs, do. do. 3 

Josiah Gorham, Charles Wheeler, November, 41 
R. Middlebrook, H. S. Nichols, 1st. Mond. Oct. 3J 
Eli Adams, Charles Rowland,lst. do Dec. 3J 

Samuel Belden, Le G- W. Keeler, 1st, 



3 
3 

4 
6 
4 
6 
4 
4 
2 
3 

U 

4 

6 

H 

2 
4 
3 
5 
6 

2J 
4 



Zacharias Spalding,Jasper Martin, 



B. C. Simmons, 
William Lester, 
Frederick Storrs, 
Dyer Hughes, 
Henry Sabin, 
Job Williams, 



Urial P. Arnold, 
R. W.Robinson, 
Thomas Hough, 
William Durkee, 
Jos. C. Spalding,. 
Marvin White, 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



Oct. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



4 

H 

4 

H 

5 
3 

4 

24 



70 



TOWN OFFICERS. 



TOWNS. 

Thompson, 

Voluntown, 

Windham, 

Woodstock, 

Killingly, 

Litchtield, 

Barkhampsted, 

Bethleem, 

Canaan, 

Cornwall, 

Harwinton, 

Kent, 

New Milford, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

Roxbury, 

Salisbury, 

Sharon, 

Torrington, 
Warren, 
Woodbury, 
Watertown, 

Middletown, 

Chester, 

Durham, 

Saybrook, 

East Haddam, 

Haddam, 

Tolland, 

Bolton, 

Coventry, 

Ellington, 

Hebron, 

Mansfield, 

Summers, 

Stafford, 

Sterling, 

Vernon, 

Willington, 



FIRST SELECTMEN. CLERKS. 

Joseph Perrin, Jonathan Nichols? 

Harvey Campbell, Elisha Potter, 
Stowell Lincoln, Thomas Gray, 
John Chamberlain, Wheeler Phillips, 
Mowrey Armsbury, Jonathan, Dexter, 
Ozias Lewis, Samuel P. Bolles, 

Leicester Loomis, Martin Merrell, 



Sereno B. Gillett, 
John C. Calhoun, 
Bradley Catlin, 
David Comstock, 2d 
John Wooster, 
John Humphrey, 
Tertius D. Potter, 
Henry L. Randall, 
William H. Walton 
Samuel Roberts, 
Lorren Thrall, 
Russel Carter, 
Harman Stoddard, 
John Morris, 
Wm. J. French, 
Samuel Colt, 
Benjamin Chalker, 
Benjamin Dowd, 
Horace Brainard, 
N. Dickinson, 
Solomon L. Griggs, 
Dathan Avery, 
Martin Lyman, 
Noah Pease, 
John Graves, 
Edmund Freeman, 
Enos Kellogg, 
Parley Converse, 
Thos. Douglass, 
Samuel L. Talcott, 
Oliver Holt, 



Benajah Douglas, 
Frederick Kellogg, 
Andrew Abernethv, 
Philip Judd, 
Joel W. Northrop, 
A. Roys, 
Calvin Butler, 
Myran Downs, 
, Roger Ave rill, 
George King, 
John Gillett, 
G. P. Talimadge, 
Matthew Miner, 
Holbrook Curtis, 
John Fisk, 
Gideon Parker, 
Asher Robinson, 
Obadiah Spencer, 
Nathan L. Foster, 
Ezekiel S. Clark. 
Oliver K. Isham, 
Saul Alvord, 
John R. Howard, 
Oliver W.Steele, 
Henry H. Fitch, 
Fred. F. Hanks, 
Oliver Chapin, 2d, 
Abijah Blodget, 
Pierce Smith, 
L. P. Tinker, 
G, N. Merrick* 



TOWN OFFICERS, &,C 



71 



TREASURERS. 


COLLECTORS. 


ANN. MEET. T. ' 


PAX. 


Jonathan Nichols, 






do. 


do. 




Elisha Potter, 


Wm. J. Gordon, 




do. 


do. 


6 


Thomas Gray, 


Zepha. Young, 




do. 


do. 


§ 


Wheeler Phillips, 


Silas May, 




do. 


do. 


10 


Jonathan Dexter, 


Wm. C. Bacon, 




do. 


do. 


4 


Isaac Lawrence, 


B. Kilbourn, 




do. 


do. 


5 


George Merrell, 


Orville Howd, 




do. 


do. 


6 




Leverett P. Judd 


1st. 


do. 


Dec. 




Benajah Douglas, 


John Watson, 


1st. 


do. 


Oct. 


H 


T. Kellogg, 


Jacob Scoville, 




do. 


do. 


2i 


Andrew Abernethy, Warren Wilson, 




do. 


do. 


4 


Jeremiah Fuller, 


Asa Slead, 




do. 


do. 


10 


Cyrus Northrop, 


George Wells, 




do. 


do. 


2J 


Oliver B. Butler, 


M. G. Mills, 




do. 


do. 


5 


E. Tallmadge, 


Hiram Welton, 




do. 


do. 


8 


Gary Hurlbut, 


George Hurlbut, 




do. 


do. 


74 


Albert Moore, 


S.S. Botsford, 




do. 


do. 


2 


C. F. Sedgwick, 


Wm. Everett, 




do. 


do. 


6 


John Gillett, 


Wait B. Wilson, 




do. 


do. 


9 


G. P. Tallmadge, 


Curtis Peat, 




do. 


do. 


H 


Lewis Judd, 


Lewis Judd, 




do. 


do. 


3 


Amos A. Gridley, 


Charles Partree, 


2d 


do. 


do. 


4 


John Fisk, 


Phineas Ranney, 










Gideon Parker, 


Philip S.Webb, 


1st 


.do. 


do. 




Erastus Jones, 


David Thompson 




do. 


do. 


2J 


Obadiah Spencer, 


Ch. W. Snow, 




do. 


do. 


2 


Nathan L. Foster, 


Ephraim Meach, 




do. 


do. 


14 


Charles Arnold, 


Isaac Arnold, 




do. 


do. 


2 


Oliver K. Isham, 


Sher. Chapman, 


1st. 


do. 


Nov 


. 5 


Saul Alvord, 


L. Talcott, 


1st. 


do. 


Oct. 


4 


Simeon Woodworth R. H. Rose, 




do. 


do. 


4 


Oliver W. Steele, 


Justus Pember, 


1st. 


do. 


Nov 




Geo. S. Phelps, 


Henry Fitch, 


1st. 


do. 


Oct. 


1 


F. F. Hanks, 


Mellen Crane, 




do. 


do. 


6 


Oliver Chapin, 2d, 


Mar. Woodward 


1st. 


do. 


do. 


2 


Abijah Blodget, 


L. Ingals, 




do. 


do. 




Pierce Smith, 


Ch. Hall, 




do. 


do. 


4 


L. P. Tinker, 


Allyn Talcott, 


1st. 


do. 


Dec 


4 


G. N. Merrick. 


Orlan Glazier, 




do. 


do. 


6 



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MILITIA. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH, 

Captain General and Commander-in-Chief. 

Colonel Eleazer W. Bull, ) A . j -, -, 
Colonel John B. Robertson, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

HIS HONOR 

CHARLES HAWLEY, 

Lieutenant General. 

Major James Dixon, ) A . , -, ^ 

Major Augustus C. Shepard, £ Aids-de-Camp. 



Major General Samuel L. Pitkin, Adjutant General. 

Colonel Oliver E. Williams, Quarter-Master General. 

Colonel James Ward, Commissary General. 

Major Hezekiah Goddard, Pay-Master General. 



GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, 
At Hartford. 
horse, first company. 
Allen C. Boardman, Major Commandant. 
Elisha Dodd, Jr. Capt. and 1st. Lieutenant. 
George L. Shepard, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Samuel B. Denslow, Cornet. 
Selden House, Quarter-Master. 

FOOT, FIRST COMPANY. 

Henry L. Miller, Major Commandant. 
Martin A. Kellogg, Capt. and 1st. Lieutenant. 
Roland Mather, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Lucius B. Childs, 3d. Lieutenant. 
John J. Bolles, 4th. Lieutenant. 
William H. Tuttle, Ensign. 



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GOVERNOR'S GUARDS, 

At New Haven.. 

HORSE, SECOND COMPANY. 

Joshua Barnes, Jr. Major Commandant. 
Bayard W. Burns, Capt. and 1st. Lieutenant. 
Jared S. Barnes, 2d. Lieutenant. 
James M. Ford, Cornet. 
Calvin Downes, Quarter-Master. 

FOOT, SECOND COMPANY. 

Allen N. Smith, Major Commandant. 
Noble Catlin, Capt. and 1st. Lieutenant. 
Elisha M. Gorham, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Edward Benjamin, 3d. Lieutenant. 
Edwin I. Peck, 4th. Lieutenant. 
William E. Waterbury, Ensign. 



INFANTRY. 



FIRST DIVISION. 

Comprising the First and Second Brigades. 

James T. Pratt, Esq. Major General. 
Major Thomas H. Marshall, Ja-j^j p 
Major Benjamin M. Prescott, £ P* 

Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Goodwin, Division Inspector. 
» Major Henry L. Clark, Division Quarter-Master. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 1st, 6th, 14th, 17th and 25th Regiments 
of Infantry, 1st and 4th Regiments Cavalry, and 2d 
Regiment Artillery. 

Ansel Humphreys, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Richard G. Drake, Aid-de-Camp. 

William M. Durand. Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Edmund B. Hull, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



74 MILITIA. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Hartford, Bloomfield, Wethersfield, (ex- 
cepting the Society of Stepney,) and Windsor, excepting 
such part thereof, as lies within the Society of Turkey 
Hills. 

Leonard R. Welles, Colonel. 

Samuel W. Ellsworth, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Leverett Talcott, Major. 

Benjamin F. Folger, Adjutant ; Henry W. Hudson, 
Quarter-Master; Eli A. Ely, Pay-Master ; Gerrish Bar- 
rett, Chaplain ; Gurdon W. Russell, Surgeon; Pinckney 
Ellsworth, Surgeon's Mate ; George F. Spencer, Sergeant 
Major ; William Hurlburt, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; 
James Cadwell, Fife Major ; Nathan Filley, Drum Ma- 
jor. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Wm. H. Gilbert, Hen. Corning, Jr. Charles Boardman. 
Frederick F. Rice, Cha's Woodworth, John T. Roberts. 
John Loveland, Henry E. Rhodes, Wm. Willard. 
Henry Drake, Ed. G. Hayden, O. N. Marshall. 
Henry McLean, Largdon Hubbard, Watson Hubbard. 
S. T. McKinney, Henry G. Phelps, Wm. Barnes". 
Edward Selden, Edward Stanley, T. S. Stanley. 
Egbert Hedge, Richard Merriman,Henry E. Thomas. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Francis, E. Matherson, N. W. Colton. 

William Talcott, Daniel H. Willard, Henry Whaples. 
T. H. Se)^mour. Charles A. Colton, Daniel S. Derrey. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Richard Deming, J. F. Lockwood, Alfred Clark. 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Durham, the first Society ; 
in Chatham, the Society of Stepney in Wethersfield, and ! 
that part of Berlin which lies within the Society of Wor- 
thington. 



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Wolcott P. Stone, Colonel. 

William Loveland, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Stephen M. Shaddick, Major. 

James B. Carpenter, Adjutant ; William W. Bacon, 
Quarter-M aster ; Henry I. Wilcox, Pay-Master ; J. M. 
McDonald, Chaplain ; Samuel L. Childs, Surgeon ; Ed- 
ward P. Camp, Surgeon's Mate ; Enoch C. Hall, Ser- 
geant Major ; Ralph Deming, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; 
Gurdon Grover, Fife Major ; Jotham Hall, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

David Allen, Jr. Aaron G. Pease, Matthew G. Cone. 
Allen A. Robbins, T. B. Rogers, H. T. Seymour. 

A. T. Robinson, Anson Fowler, Samuel Tryon. 
R. B. Morgan, Sherman Morgan, C. R. Chamberlain. 
Henry S. Durand, Orlando Dudley, Aaron R. Case. 
Sylvester Prout, Phineas Birdseye, James Hayes. 
E. C. Whitmore, Alfred Hall, Henry Gildersleve. 

Luzerne Elliott, Morris Stevens, Noyes Cone. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

E. A. Penfield, Samuel Andrews, George Taylor. 
E.* W. N. Starr, Edwin Taylor, Gilbert Griswold. 



RIFLEMEN. 



Rufus Sears, 
John L. Bacon, 
Erwin White, 



Wm. H. Bartlett, WilliamW. Abbey. 
Sylvester Wilcox, James D. North. 
Henry Robinson, Alpheus Tibbals. 



FOURTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Farmington, Berlin, (excepting the So- 
ciety of Worthington,) Bristol, Burlington, Southing- 
ton, Avon, and that part of Canton which includes Col- 
linsville. 

Seth Pratt, Colonel. 
Horatio N. Shipman, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Darius L. Tuttle, Major. 4 
John Curtis, Adjutant ; Henry L. Welch, Quarter- 
Master ; John Kirby, Pay-Master ; Elisha T. Jones, Chap- 
llain ; E. W. Carrington, Surgeon ; Amos Bradley, Sur- 
;eon's Mate ; Alexander Lewis, Sergeant Major ; Cha's 



76 MILITIA. 

Blakesley, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Joseph Tinkham, 
Fife Major ; Romalus Andrus, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

William Griswold, Alpheus Porter, Winthrop Warner. 
Wash. Winchell, Ezra Loveland, Isaac A. Dunham. 
Cyrus Judd, Nelson Allen, William 6. Hall. 

Alvin Woodin, Leverett G. Case, Joseph S. Allen. 
Lewis Woodruff, Bennett Parker, Levi Cook. 
Edward Cowles, Gideon W. Hart, Major L. Peck. 
Henry Beckwith, Simeon Beach, Elias M. Woodin. 
Upson B. Chapin, Hiram Colton, Alford Rider. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Lucius M. Sutliff, Wm. Woodruff, Aug. E. French. 
Timothy Porter, James H. Bishop, William Wheeler. 
Thomas Tracy, T. L. Whitmore, Walter Gladden. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Uriel Bradley, Charles H. Upson, Trumbull Barnes. 
Geo. H. Mitchell, Henry I. Hale, Wm. B. Carpenter. 
Lucius Humphrey, Tho's P. Stevens, Tho's S. Stevens. 



SEVENTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Suffield, Granby, the first So- 
ciety in Hartland, that part of Windsor which lies within 
the society of Turkey Hills and Canton, excepting Col- 
linsville, and such part thereof as formerly belonged to 
New Hartford. 

George C. Owen, Colonel. 

Austin N. Humphrey, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Edwin P. Stevens, Major. 

John Brown, Adjutant ; Edwin R. Phelps, Quarter. 

Master ; Elisha Latham, Pay-Master ; Ransom Warner, 

Chaplain ; James Weed, Surgeon ; Simeon Shutleff, 

Surgeon's Mate ; Richard H. Phelps, Sergeant Major ; 

Chauncey E. Eno, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; John C. 

Fuller, Fife Major ; Thomas Case, Drum Major. 



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Captains. 
Drayton Humphrey, 
Henry A. Sikes, 
Charles P. Clark, 
Jerry Wilcox, 
Francis Sheldon, 
Lawton T. Reed, 
AlrnonOwen, 
Hiram N. Jones, 



Lieutenants. 
Mamry R. Tuller, 
John Ives, 
Judah A. Barnard, 
Ezekiel Hosford, 
Alfred J. Sheldon, 
Ithra Goddard, 
Dennis S. Reed, 
Lester Cowdrey, 



William Olds, Jr. 
Justus L. Allen, 
Jarvis Case, 

Isaac P. Owen, 



LIGHT INPANTRY. 

Wm. Pomeroy, 
"Wilson Dewey, 
N. M. Brocket, 

RIFLEMEN. 

Clyden Alderman, 



Ensigns. 

B. Humphreys. 
John Ball. 
C.W. Denslow. 

E. O. Brown. 
H. K. Nelson. 
Warren Bacon. 

F. M. Hayes. 
E. B. Holcomb. 

S. B. Randall. 
J. H. Holcomb. 
R. Tuller, Jr. 

Wm. Pruffer. 



TWENTY FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from East Windsor, East Hartford, Glastenbu- 
ry, Manchester, and Vernon. 

Ralph Watson, Colonel. 
Arnold Keeney, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Edward H. Watson, Major. 
Henry W.Allen, Adjutant ; David G. Spencer, Quarter- 
Master ; Henry Bartlett, Pay-Master ; William Thomp- 
son, Chaplain; William Scott, Surgeon; Harrison Mc- 
intosh, Surgeon's-Mate ; James Hills, Jr., Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; David Smith, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Samuel W. 
Bartlett, Fife Major ; Birge Robinson, Drum Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

W. Alexander, T. Watson, G. H. Rockwell, 

Geo. Samson, Osmer Hale, H. M. Hale. 

Ashbel Brewer, Sylvester Wiley, Ira T. Roberts. 
W. F. Wallace, E. W. Dimmock, Edwin Wilson. 
B. Sexton, Jerome Heath, C. M. Phelps. 

Daniel Parsons, T. S. Jones, Osmer D. Curtiss. 

E. Miller, Jr., Ezra T. Jones, Joseph Strickland. 
John Chapman, Jr.Alfred R. Talcott, Alva Thrall. 



Wm. Phelps, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Hosmer D. Allen, Henry Bancroft. 



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Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

M. Elmore, Jr. Gerge A. Hall, E. F. Stoughton. 
Julius Taylor, Daniel Hills, Austin Holt. 



FIRST REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Simsbury, Canton, Windsor, Suffield, 
Granby, Hartford, East-Hartford, East Windsor, Vernon, 
Ellington, Enfield, Tolland, Somers, Willington, Stafford, 
and Union. 

James F. Skinner, Colonel. 

Charles E. Cornish, Major. 
Edward B. Goodwin, Adjutant ; Justin Bradley, Quar- 
tei -Master ; Shaylor F. Burnham, Pay-Master ; Job AI- 
lyn, Chaplain ; Horace C. Jillet, Surgeon ; Theodore Sill, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Luke B. Case, Sergeant Major ; Geo. 
C. Clapp. Quarter-Master Sergeant ; William H. Holt, 
Music Major. 

FIRST TROOP. 

Job Case, Captain. 
Jeremiah A. Tuller, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Edwin C. Vining, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Lemuel D. Roberts, Cornet. 

SECOND TROOP. 

Samuel W. Thompson, Captain. 
William G. Collins, 1st. Lieutenant. 
James T. Talcott, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Samuel Stiles, Cornet. 

THIRD TROOP. 

William A. Foster, Captain. 
Amasa Holt, Jr. 1st. Lieutenant. 
Elisha K. Bradley, 2d. Lieutenant. 
David Potter, Jr. Cornet. 

FOURTH TROOP. 

Orrin Ward, Captain. 
Rufus L. Abbott, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Samuel Harwood, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Chester Denison, Cornet. 



MILITIA. 79 

FIFTH TROOP. 

Mason Smith, Captain. 
Andrew H. Sears, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Case S. Vanalstine, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Andrew J. Hayward, Cornet. 



FOURTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Middletown, Wethersfield, Berlin, Far- 
mington, Southington and Burlington. 
Daniel Clark, Colonel. 
Stephen Morgan, Major. 

John Sutliff, Adjutant ; Luman F. Parker, Quarter- 
Master ; John Smith, Pa3'-Master ; Dwight M. Seward, 
Chaplain ; Sylvester Bulkley, Surgeon ; James H. Porter, 
Surgeon's-Mate ; Joel M. Clark, Sergeant Major ; Samu- 
el North, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Richard M. Porter, 
Music Major. 

FIRST TROOP. 

Sylvester Hall, Captain. 
Sylvester Hubbard, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Ichabod Miller, 2d, Lieutenant. 
Asher Miller, Cornet. 

SECOND TROOP. 

Elbridge G. Atkins, Captain. 
Joel L. Judd, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Joel H. Barnes, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Allen A. Atkins, Cornet. 

THIRD TROOP. 

Augustus L. Bolles, Captain. 
Ezekiel Andrus, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Joel Peck, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Samuel M. Hart, Cornet. 

FOURTH TROOP. 

Samuel Morgan, Captain. 
F. H. Griswold, 1st. Lieutenant. 
James S. Griswold, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Thomas Welles, Cornet. 



80 MILITIA. 

SECOND REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from East Hartford, Bristol, Hartford, Say. 
brook, Haddam, Simsbury, New Hartford, and Middle- 
town. 

Ezra L'H. Chamberlain, Colonel. 

Joseph A. Welles, Lieutenant ColoneL 

Norman W. Spencer, Major. 

Augustus Cowles, Adjutant ; William G. Buel, Quar- 
ter-Master ; Andrew K. Goodwin, Pay-Master ; John 
Cookson, Chaplain ; Samuel G. Southmayd, Surgeon ; 
Osborn Coe, Surgeon's Mate ; Rufus C. Denison, Sergeant 
Major ; Gilbert Pratt, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Jere- 
miah Stevens, Fife Major ; A. H. Pease, Drum Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

Wm. C. Cowles, Horace Shipman, John L.Thompson. 
G.WBartholomew,A. Bartholomew jr,Geo. W. Carter. 
L. E. Hale, A. Olmstead, Wm. H. Meigs. 

A. E. Chalker, Galen Dowd, Wm. J. Clark. 

Wm. D. Clark, D. Church, Jr., R. Shailor. 
Aaron Hosford, Elisha L. Lewis, James Stocking. 
Henry Brown, Harlow Taylor, Nathaniel Haley, 
George Bacon, J. R. Chamberlain,J. P e Southmayd. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 
Consisting of the 2d, 7th, 10th, and 22d Regiments In- 
fantry, 1st Regiment Horse Artillery, and 2d Regiment 
Artillery. 

John E. Watrous, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Joseph Canfield, Aid-de-Camp. 

Edward Ingraham, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Constant H. Clark, Brigade Quarter Master. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Orange, East Ha- 
ven, Woodbridge, Derby, and Oxford. 

Isaac T. Rogers, Colonel. 

Charles M. Clark, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Hull, Major. 



MILITIA. 



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John Burns, Jun., Adjutant ; Samuel A. Miles, Quar- 
ter-Master ; Lemuel Powell, Pay-Master ; Asa M. Train, 
Chaplain ; Lucius N. Beardsley, Surgeon ; Henry O. 
Pine, Surgeon's Mate ; William H. Bull, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Simeon L. Bristol, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Ste- 
phen G. Thompson, Fife Major ; Samuel Munn, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Henry L. Cooke, Lucius E. Clark, Lemuel Northrop. 
John B. Bristol, Sam'l. B. Gunn, Hiram Bristol. 
Paul C. Carey, George Auger, William Ball. 
Sidney Pardee, H. W. Kimberly, R. N. Hubbell. 
Benj. Street, Elijah Bradley, Isaac Forbes. 

George Perry, Edwin B. Peck, Sheldon Smith. 
Jared Williams, Frederick Hull, William D. Lee. 
H. W. Sperry, Sidney Marvin. Elizur N. Baldwin. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

William Smith, Henry Tyrrel, Wm. L. Durand. 
Elijah Thompson, G. P. Stillman, John Galpin. 
N. S. Holenbeck, A. P. Warner, George Bears. 



SEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Saybrook, Killingworth, Chester, and 
Haddam, excepting that part thereof which lies on the 
east side of Connecticut River. 

Joseph B. Wilcox, Colonel. 
Joel P. Griswold, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Lewis D. Brooks, Major. 
John G. Butler, Adjutant ; Horace T. Wilcox, Quar- 
ter-Master ; John W. T. Hamilton, Pay-Master ; Wm. 
A. Hyde, Chaplain ; George Abernethy, Surgeon ; Au- 
l gustus Bushnell, Surgeon's Mate ; William Kirtland, 
: Sergeant Major ; Henry C. Kirtland, Quarter-Master 
\ Sergeant ; David Persons, Fife Major ; Julius E. Brooks, 
I Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

it Samuel Sanford, H. C. Walker, Jr. J. E. Whittlesey. 

1 Henry L. Ventris, C. A. Dickinson, Ashbel Tyler. 
6 



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Joseph J. Buell, T. A. Stephens, 
Josiah A. Nott, Asa H. Rose, 
Wm. H. Spencer, D. B. Chapman, 
Albert Watrous, Wm. Olmstead, 
J, B. Hubbard, Atwood Spencer, 



Silas Welman, 
Edwin Bonfrey, 

Aaron Watrous, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John H. Griffith, 
L. A. Freeman, 



Henry Walker. 
Wm. Griswold. 
E. C. Chittenden, 
Ezra S. Clark. 
Philander Burr. 

John Rositer. 
Orrin Freeman. 



RIFLEMEN. 

Charles Shipman, Josiah Gladding. 



TENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wal- 
lingford, Madison, and North Branford. 

Virgil U. Cooke, Colonel. 
John Hale, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Wilford Hall, Major. 
John Hobart, Adjutant; Franklin Andrews, Quarter- 
Master ; Bela Pierpont, Adjutant ; Levi H. Corson, Chap- 
lain ; Elisha Hutchinson, Surgeon ; Timothy P. Norton, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Zerah Pierpont, Sergeant Major ; Har- 
vey W. Potter, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Almon Beers, 
Fife Major ; David Bradley, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Rufus N. Leete, John Hale, James A. Norton.] 

Ira Yale, Jun. David M. Stone, C. Andrews. 

Geo. W, Johnson, Edward Johnson, Alex'r. Cooke. 

Daniel N. French, E. C. Tuttle, Nelson J. Beach. 

David R. Meigs, Baldwin Hart, Sam'l. S. Meigs. 

Prelate De Wick, Abel G. Miner, Judson Page. 

Alex'r. Stephens, Hiram Stevens, J. C. Scranton. 

Wm. Dudley, Reuben Scranton, Richard Fowler. 

Alfred Todd, Seth Washburn, Asa S. Kirtland. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Benj. H. Hail, Sperry Taylor, Henry A. Sutley. 
Wyilys Churchill, P. G. Van Houten, Isaac L. Stiles. 



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TWENTY-SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Waterbury, Cheshire, Meriden, Wolcott, 
Hamden, Bethany, and Prospect. 

David B. Hurd, Colonel. 

Stephen Payne, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Leander C. Hall, Major. 

Abijah P. Judd, Adjutant ; Henry A. Smith, Quarter- 
Master; Graham Hurd, Pay-Master; Jacob L. Clark, 
Chaplain ; Daniel Porter, Jim., Surgeon ; Noah H. By. 
ington, Surgeon's Mate ; Horace Tuttle, Sergeant Ma- 
jor; Isaac Nichols, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Eben C. 
Tutde, Fife Major ; Newton Hine, Jun., Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

J. M. Grannis, John S. Welton, George Jones. 
Titus Mix, Benoni Plumb, H. C. Porter. 

Eli E. Curtiss, Henry Peck, Ezra Belden. 

Benj. A. Linsley, Ives A. Lewis, S. L. Hotchkiss. 
Silas Gunn, David Smith, Zobamah Gunn. 

George Payne, Henry Hotchkiss, Elizur Kimball. 
Lucius W. Peck, Nathan N. Sperry, Edwin Lines. 
John G. Smith, Geo. K. Whiting, E. W. Nichols. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Edward J. Porter, Levi Bowlster. 
Albert Judd, Andrew F. Hull. 

John S. Blake, Orsamus Crocker. 



J. \V. French, 
Mark Bishop, 
Almeron Miles, 



FIRST REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from New Haven, Milford, Woodbridge, 
I Guilford, Branford, North Haven, Wallingford, Water- 
[bury, and Cheshire. 

Samuel Rose, Colonel. 

Joseph R. Palmer, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John R. Butler, Major. 

Abraham Rogers, Jun., Adjutant; George D. English, 

Quarter- M aster ; Lyman Woodward, Pay-Master; Efi- 

Isha L. Cleaveland, Chaplain ; Sheldon Beardsly, Surgeon; 

Benjamin F. Harrison, Surgeon's Mate ; Nehemiah 

[Smith, Sergeant Major ; Wyllys Heminway, Jun., Quar- 

•-Master Sergeant ; John Woodruff, Trumpet Major. 



84 MILITIA. 

First Company. Third Company. 

Abijah B. Davidson, Capt. Jonah Rogers, Captain. 
Abr'm Rogers, Jr. 1st Lieut.Abel R. Hine, 1st Lieut. 
George W. Linsley, 2d " Wm. Andrews, 2d M 
J. J. Bartholomew, 3d " Jonah B. Clark, 3d." 
N. G. Scranton, 4th " Bryan Clark, 4th " 
William R. Frisbie, Cornet. O. H. Baldwin, Cornet. 

Second Company. Fourth Company. 

Jared R. Cooke, Captain. 
Chauncey Hough, 1st Lieut. 
Eli Ives, 2d " 

D wight Hall, 3d " No Returns. 

Street Goodyear, 4th " 
Hezekiah Hull, Cornet. 



THIRD REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Oxford, Guilford, Madison, Westville, 
New Haven, Milford, Branford, and Killingworth. 

John R. Wilcox, Colonel. 
Stanton Pendleton, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John Burgis, Major. 
Ira Merwin, Adjutant ; Charles T. Shelton, Quarter- 
Master ; Charles K. Brown, Pay-Master ; Samuel N. 
Shepard, Chaplain; E. Huggins Bishop, Surgeon; Sam- 
uel Clark, Surgeon's Mate ; John A. Pardee, Sergeant] 
Major; Lewis B. Judson, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Jas.j 
A. Hall, Fife Major; Lyman S. Squire, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

W. A. Tomlinson, Charles Smith, Fred'k. Chatfield. 
Lewis Griswold, Eli Parmelee, Edward L. LeeteJ 

John Dudley, Elias S. Ely, Aaron C. Wilcox j 

H. C. Sperry, Geo. H. Taylor, Levi R. Gorham. 

Morris Tyler, Cha's. B. Doolittle, Chauncey Welles 

John Smith, Josiah P. Isbell, Meritt A. Durand 

Grant L. Smith, Giles F. Baldwin, Gilbert Bush. 
Henry Harris, David Norton, Albert Parmelee. 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

Comprising the Third and Fifth Brigades. 

Waterman C. Clark, Esq. Major General. 
Major Daniel L Trumbull, > Aids . de . c 

Major John F. Slater, $ r 

Lieut, Colonel, Samuel C. Starr, Division Inspector. 
Major Dwight Johnson, Brigade Quarter- Master. 



THIRD BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 3d, 8th, 18th, and 20th Regiments In- 

fantry, and 2d Regiment Horse Artillery. 

George C. Wilson, Esq., Brigadier General. 

Thomas J. Avery, Aid-de-Camp. 

John W. Bulkeley, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Giles M. Eaton, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

, Formed from New London, Waterford, Lyme, Mont- 

|| ville, Salem, and the Society of Millington, in East Had- 

| dam. 

i Nathan Beckwith, Colonel. 

I Thomas S. Swan, Lieutenant Colonel. 
a - Enoch D. Ames, Major. 

11 ' William P. Benjamin, Adjutant ; George W. Brown, 
% : Quarter- Master ; John P. Otis, Pay-Master ; Oliver E. 
Sperry, Surgeon ; Samuel R. Turner, Surgeon's Mate ; 
I Francis W. Fitch, Sergeant Major; George W. Lord, 
J| Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Orramel Whittlesey, Fife Ma- 
J jor ; William J. Banning, Drum Major. 
. J 1st Artillery Company, Christopher C. Loomis Captain; 

II Robert Holt 1st Lieut. ; William S. Hall, 2d Lieut. 
2d Artillery Company, Elisha S. Champion, Captain ; 

James M. Bebee, 1st Lieut. ; William Hall, 2d Lieut. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

J; C. Douglass, E. H. Learned, J. B. Chapman. 
David Moreley, Daniel Bacon, Israel Champion. 



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Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

James L. Turner, John H. Lester, Eben Woodworth. 
Geo. T. Adams, M. W. Comstock, Charles B. Mack. 
Wm. T. Davis, Nathan Crocker, Ebenezer Dart. 
E. D. Brockway, Lord W. Gillet, James A. Bill. 
J. W. Whittlesey, Abner G. Jones, John T. Latimer* 
John Douglass, Edwin Morgan, Anson Ames. 

LIGHT INPANTRY. 

Orrin F. Smith, Hez. B. Smith, Benj. F. Beckwith, 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stonington, Groton, North Stonington,. 
Ledyard, and Voluntown. 

William C. Stanton, Colonel. 

Amos Clift, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Joseph A. Lamb, Major. 

Richard W. Smith, Adjutant; Thomas W. Palmer, 

Quarter-Master ; Dudley A. Avery, Pa}7-Master ; Charles 

S. Weaver, Chaplain ; Luther A. Palmer, Surgeon ; Alva 

Gray, Surgeon's Mate; John R. Chesebrough, Sergeant 

Major; Franklin H. Miner, Quarter-Master Sergeant; 

William H. Bently, Fife Major ; Elisha W. Packer, Drum 

Major. 

Artillery Company, Charles H. Smith, Captain ; Amos 
A. Palmer, 1st Lieut. ; William Weaver, 2d Lieut. 



Captains. 
E.D. Chesebrough, 
A. H. Grant, 
F, S. Peabody, 
Benj. F. Newton, 
John S. Lester, 
R. A. Wheeler, 
Amos Collins, 
A. Chesebrough, 

James C. Lamb, 
O. S. Eccleston, 



Lieutenants. 

T. J. Wheeler, 
Aid en Fish, 
C. W. Bentley, 
Charles Briggs, 
Isaac Grant, 
A. Chesebrough, 
John D. Babcock, 
Benj. F. Lewis, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John Gallup, 
J. N. Chapman, 



Ensigns. 
Wm. Williams, 
Caleb E. Tufts. 
Oliver Crandall. 
Joseph Duncan. 
Samuel S. Lamb, 
Ezra Wheeler. 
Jon a. A. Wright, 
William H. Breed. 

Wm. H. Ledyard. 
T. Chesebrough, 



MILITIA. 87 

RIFLEMEN. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

E. W. Brown. J. Brewster, Jun. S. B. Smith. 



EIGHTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Norwich, Preston, Lebanon, Franklin, 
Griswold, Lisbon, and Bozrah. 

John Q. Cox, Colonel. 

Edward Allen, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Dwight R. Stetson, Major. 

Benjamin Douglass, Adjutant ; Jabez L. Gordon, Quar- 
ter-Master ; William Huntington, Pay-Master; Francis 
A. Tweedy, Surgeon ; James M. Huntington, Surgeon's 
Mate ; John W. Boswell, Sergeant Major ; William 
Faulkner, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; George W. Phil- 
lips, Fife Major ; John H. Brown, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Jeremiah Y. Tift, Caleb Eaton, James T. Forsyth. 

Henry A. Morgan, Russel Davis, T. H. Baldwin. 

L. L.Huntington, J. C. Williams, S. P. Dolbeare, 
Gilbert Lamb, Jr. William Haysden, J. B. Prentice. 
Avery W. Green, Atwood Phillips, Elias Benedict. 
Joshua Perkins, Stephen A. Field, Wm. A. Johnson. 
H. H. Edgerton, John H. Peck, Caleb Spencer. 
Elijah H. Abel, Joseph G. Ford, John Barstow. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

William T. Cox, Wm. E. Hinckley, H. H. Shepard. 
F. H. Peckham, Jona. E. Babcock, T. W. Segur. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Elisha Morgan, S. R. Kinney, A. G. Bromley. 
T. F. Albertson, C. A. Converse, John T. Leach. 
Joseph L. Cutler, Thomas Stetson, John R. Prout. 



TWENTIETH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Colchester, East Haddam, (excepting that 
part thereof as lies w 7 ithin the society of Millington,) He- 
bron, Marlborough, and Chatham, except the first society. 



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MILITIA. 89 

FIRST COMPANY. 

Oliver C. Clark, Captain. 
Francis Jillet, 1st Lieutenant. 
Sylvester N. Ely, 2d Lieutenant. 
William L. Jones, 3d Lieutenant. 
William H. Palmer, 4th Lieutenant. 
Thomas S. Strickland, Cornet. 

SECOND COMPANY. 

David H. Waterman, Captain. 
James D. Rogers, 1st Lieutenant. 
Jedediah S. Hough, 2d Lieutenant. 
Isaac Johnson, 3d Lieutenant. 
Benjamin Pendleton, 4th Lieutenant. 
Daniel Hastings, Cornet. 

THIRD COMPANY. 

Egbert H. Avery, Captain. 
Saxton M. Wheeler, 1st Lieutenant. 
Eleazer A. Williams, 2d Lieutenant. 
Charles F. Bennet, 3d Lieutenant. 
Joseph Wheeler, 4th Lieutenant. 
Robert A. Morgan, Cornet. 



FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 5th, 11th, 19th, and 23d Regiments 
Infantry, 2d Regiment Cavalry, and 1st Regiment 
Artillery. 

Amos Fowler, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Archibald Kennedy, Aid-de-Camp. 

Anson Fowler, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

John H. Troop, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Formed from Windham, Hampton, Canterbury, Brook- 
yn, Plainfield, Sterling, and the South Society in Kil- 
ingly. 



90 MILITIA. 

James A. Hovey, Colonel. 

Lloyd E. Baldwin, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Andrew M. Litchfield, Major. 

William Williams, Adjutant ; James H. Holt, Quarter- 
Master ; George S. Mosely, Pay-Master ; Otis C. Whi- 
ton, Chaplain ; Calvin B. Brumley, Surgeon ; John Wit- 
ter, Surgeon's Mate ; Asher M. C. Loomis; Sergeant 
Major; William E. Knight, Quarter-Master Sergeant; 
Simon Fuller, Fife Major; John S. R. Beachley, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

John McKinstry, Edwin G. Balcom, Horace Garey. 
Edward P. Hall, William Briggs, John Cross. 
William Foster, Jr. Erastus P. Harris, Samuel H. Smith. 
Dwight Cary, Epaphras Safford, Wolcott Gary. 

Alexander Lyon, Wm. Phinney, R. S. Williams. 
G. R. Hammond, Ira Young, David Greenslit. 

Jason Stone, Charles Cole, Henry Douglass. 

Lowell Graves, Isaac W. D. Pike, Archibald Keyes. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

John R. Tweedy, Samuel F. Bennett,Edwin T. Fuller. 

RIFLEMEN. 

William A. Lester, J. Westicott, Jr. Samuel H. Gibbs. 
Edwin S. Fitch, Nathan Dean, Wm. B. Hawkins. 



ELEVENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Pomfret, Woodstock, Union. Thompson, 
and Killingly, excepting the south Society. 

Moses C. Sessions, Colonel. 
Luther Day, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Isaac Mills, Major. 
Danforth Childs, Adjutant; Edwin S. Childs, Quarter- 
Master ; Charles S. Baldwin, Pay-Master ; Lent S. , 
Hough, Chaplain ; Eleazer Litchfield, Surgeon ; Virgil I 
Palmer, Surgeon's Mate ; Chester W. Paine, Sergeant i 
Major ; Samuel Paul, Jun. Quarter-Master Sergeant ; :| 



MILITIA. 91 

Ezra Hammond, Fife Major ; Alexander Bianchard, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

George Williams, T. Grosvenor, Jr. Darius Day. 

Ed. G. Arnold, Ed. E. Bowen, Joseph McAllen. 

Jacob Ballard, James L. Hunt, Squire J. Ballard. 

J. W. Danielson, Eben Burlingham, William Clapp. 

Sila3 L. May, William Whitney, Wm. Chandler. 

William Robbins, Olney Hoyle, Jackson Elliott. 

Waldo Fox, G. S. F. Stoddard, Hiram N. Brown. 

Danford Morse, Harvey Walker, Judson Smith. 

Schuyler Elliott," Jo. Wheaton, Jr. William Jacobs. 

George Adams, Caleb Sherman, William Gould. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Thomas J. Taft, T. W. Delphy, Alonzo Work. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Alanson Peck, Cha's Richmond, W. P. Richmond. 
Elliott Joslin, Lewis Sturtevant, James Rhodes. 

Norman Kelley, Marvin A. Dexter, Erastus Danielson. 



NINETEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Tolland, Enfield, Somers, Stafford, and 
Ellington. 

William Gillman, Colonel. 
Levi Drake, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Samuel Kimball, Major. 
Sanford Squire, Adjutant; Clark B. Howes, Quarter- 
Master ; Albert M. Hawkins, Pay-Master ; Hollis Chaf- 
I] fee, Chaplain ; Joseph C. Dow, Surgeon ; Joshua Blodg- 
: I et, Surgeon's Mate; Orson H. Wood, Sergeant Major; 
li Augustus Tourtelout, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Benja- 
min F. Burgess, Fife Major; Orson Richardson, Drum 
(Major. 
'M Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

^[Samuel L. Abbey, Tim. W. Pease, Mem. Kingsbury. 
'iWm, P. Whipple, G. W. Humphrey, Henry E. Bennett. 
J|Mar. Woodward, Albert F. Kibby, Noah C. Collins. 

fucius H. Whiting, James F. Brooks, Joseph E. Winter. 



92 MILITIA. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

E. B. Mallory, Phineas Baldwin, John H. Collins. 
James M. Martin, Horace Chapman, Ed. L. Chaffee. 
William M. Paul, John Shelden, A. D. Harwood. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Cordial Orcott, Law. Crawford, Calvin Fisk. 
Wm. L. Ransom, Elijah W. Smith, Andrus S. Fuller. 

RIFLEMEN. 

George C. Owen, Rob. B. Morrice, L. D. Parker. 



TWENTY-THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ashford, Mansfield, Columbia, Coventry, 
Bolton, Willington and Chaplin. 

Calvin Daggett, Colonel. 

Horace Gaylord, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Zurial P. Arnold, Major. 

John W. Boyington, Adjutant; Henry T. Hough, 
Quarter-Master ; William A. Perkins, Pay-Master ; Lent 
S. Hough, Chaplain ; Samuel D. Carver, Surgeon ; J. H. 
Simons, Surgeon's Mate ; Alexander H. Almy, Sergeant 
Major ; Samuel N. Kingsbury, Quarter-Master Ser- 
geant ; Thomas Russ, Fife Major ; Alford Tilley, Prum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Wm. N. Johnson, Perry Holley, P. S. Williams. 

Richard H. Rose, E. A. Coleman, Frederick White. 
Sanford Yeomans, Samuel B. Tuller, Samuel S. Collins- 
Jacob Lyman, Jr. Patten Fitch, George Cady. 
Eli C. Battey, Henry Clark, John S. Abbey. 
John C. Porter, Jacob H. Bebee, George Pomeroy. 
Augustus Dodge, William Alsbro, Lucius Carpenter. 
Wm. D. Bicknell, Willard F. Chaffee, Winthrop D. Lyon. 
Nathan Griggs, Solomon R. Fuller,Henry T. Hough. 
Benj. Hutchinson, William A. Fitch, Wm. Dorrance. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Wm. C. Young, Marcus Barrows, Jacob Sears. 
Loren B. Richards,Martin G. Kimball,Zeno N. Allen. 



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SECOND REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Hampton, Windham, Ashford, Mans- 
field, Plainfield, Canterbury, Brooklyn, Pomfret, Wood- 
stock, Thompson, Hebron and Lebanon. 

John Church, Colonel. 
Elisha Lyon, Major. 

Eleazer S. Wood, Adjutant ; Whitman Knowlton, 
Quarter-Master ; Ludlow Lyman, Pay-Master ; Erastus 
Dickinson, Chaplain ; Thomas N. Aspinwall, Surgeon ; 
Edward C. Fowler, Surgeon's Mate ; John P. Aspinwall, 
Sergeant Major ; William Hames. Quarter-Master Ser- 
geant ; Francis B. Lee, Trumpet Major. 

FIRST TROOP. 

Philip P. Whitmore, Captain. 
Philander C. Fuller, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Justus Chollar, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Samuel Bicknell, Cornet. 

SECOND TROOP. 

James B. Cary, Captain. 
Harris Kies, 1st. Lieutenant. 
James P. Hatch, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Ambrose Gibson, Cornet. 

THIRD TROOP. 

Charles A. Scovill, Captain. 
Aianson H. Lee, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Daniel May, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Willard Hill, Cornet. 

FOURTH TROOP. 

Horace Sabin, Captain. 
Edward S. Penniman, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Edwin May, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Warren L. Wheaton, Cornet. 



FIRST REGIMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Norwich, Brooklyn, Tolland, Killingly, 
Windham, Lebanon and Preston. 



94 MILITIA, 

James Spalding, Colonel. 
Asa B. Manley, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Edwin Palmer, Major. 
Marvin Spafford, Adjutant ; Charles Clark, Quarter- 
Master ; William C. Noyes, Pay-Master ; Benajah Cook, 
Chaplain ; Chauncey Burgess, Surgeon ; William Con- 
verse, Surgeon's Mate ; Henry B. Downer, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Albert Armstrong, Quarter-Master Sergeant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

Selden Gardner, Josiah Backus, Henry R. Harris. 
A. Woodward, James E. Main, Geo. B. Bennett. 
Ephraim Abbott, Abial G. Fitch, Marcus Johnson. 
Ezra Mitchell, Potter B. Johnson, Earle Burgess. 
N. D. Weaver, Samuel Caid, Noyes R. Perkins. 

John W. Crary, Sam'l E. Haynes, A. B. Baily. 
Elisha A. Crary, S. S. Pendleton, Elisha P. Branch. 



THIRD DIVISION. 

Comprising the Fourth and Sixth Brigades. 

Sands Adams, Esq. Major General, 

Major William T. Miner, ) A • , , ~ 

Major John Layden, \ Aids-de-Camp. 

Lieutenant Colonel Edward Hill, Division Inspector. 

Major Oliver H. Perry, Division Quarter-Master. 



FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 4th, 9th, 15th, and 24th Regiments of 
Infantry, 3d Regiment Horse Artillery, 5th Regiment 
(Javalry, and 4th Regiment Artillery. 

Charles W. Thorp, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Charles A. Adams, Aid-de-Camp. 

George Peck, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Henry Edwards, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



95 



FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, West- 
port, Trumbull, Huntington and Monroe. 

Orlando B. Hall, Colonel. 

Judson Curtiss, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Baldwin, Major. 

Albert Whitmore, Adjutant ; Seth Seeley, Quarter- 
Master ; Augustus Jennings, Pay-Master ; Nathan E. 
Cornwall, Chaplain ; David H. Nash, Surgeon ; Charles 
F. Sterling, Surgeon's Mate ; Ebenezer P. Rodgers, Ser- 
geant Major ; Ambrose A. Lane, Quarter-Master Ser- 
geant ; Ezra A. Williams, Fife Major ; Hezekiah Bulk- 
ley, Drum Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

David Wilson, Jr. U. L. Morehouse, Peter Sturgess. 

C. J. Blakeman, Rob. R. Fairchild, Henry A. Curtiss. 

Wm. H.Richards, Sullivan Moulton, William Scribna. 

W. G. Stevenson, G.W.Middlebrook,L. G. Lockwood. 
| Aaron Jennings, Henry Baldwin, William Hubbell. 
j Benj. D. Welles, David N. Judson, Charles H. Curtiss. 

Orville Booth, G. Hubbell, Sheldon Hubbell. 

I Charles Staples, John Olmstead, Wright Drew. 
[David B. Hinman, O. H. Beardsley, Cyrus W. Barton. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Thomas Ransom, Edward Hyde, Joseph Osborn. 
||Wm. C. Gibbs, Abram H. Young, Carlos Curtiss. 
James J. Sackett, Munson H. Hyde, D. H. Hubbell. 
S. Wilson, Robert Andrews, Burr Winton. 



$ Lewis Penfield, 



RIFLEMEN. 

Burr Bennett, 



John Powell. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk and Da- 
lien. 



96 MILITIA. 

Stephen Raymond, Colonel. 

Hanford Stevens, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Augustus Weed, Major. 

Josephus Brush, Adjutant ; John B. Knapp, Quarter 

Master ; William Peck, Pay-Master ; Volney Maynard 

Chaplain ; Chauncey W. Ayres, Surgeon ; David S 

Knight, Surgeon's Mate; Piatt C. Ingersoll, Sergeant Ma. 

jor ; Charles S. Knapp, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Wil. 

liam R. Scofield, Fife Major ; William Selleck, Drum 

Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns, 

Wm. H. Potts, Edward F. Martinjra Blanchard. 
John W. Ferris, Isaac W. Knapp, Edmund Mead. 
William Wilcox, Charles Hanford, W. S. Boughton. 
Joseph P . Hanford, Daniel S. Mead, Edmond B. Smith. 
Strong C . Adams, Edger Secor, David S. Elliott. 

Lewis Cook, Elias Johnson, Joseph M. Scofield. 

Cha's E. Huested, Wm. B. Finch, Joseph M. Young. 
Elbert Jones* Wiliiam Brown, A, D. Hanks. 

John Benedict, Le. B. Lockwood, Ezra Benedict. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Alfred Reynolds, A. D. Tompkins, Hickford Marshall. 
Rufus LoundsburyNoah Stiles, Ab. T. Mills. 

Jason Merrill, Harvey S. Brown, Lyman Lewis. j 
William J. Finley,David A. Bishop, Sidney Lockwood [ 



FIFTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Danbury, (excepting so much thereof m 
is included in the society of Ridgebury,) Newtown, Ne*i 
Milford, (excepting such part thereof as lies within thf 
society of New Preston,) Brookfield, New Fairfield, anq 
Sherman. 

Homer Lake, Colonel. 

Hiram Keeler, Lieutenant Colonel. h 

Enoch Knapp, Major. j 

Philander Stevenson, Adjutant : George E. Crane h 

Quarter-Master ; Booth Hall, Pay-Master ; Horace Hum 

tington, Chaplain ; Edwin A. Lacy, Surgeon ; Geoifl^ 

Judson, Surgeon's Mate ; Lyman B. Stone, Sergerti 



MILITIA. 



97 



Major; William Clark, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Pluto 
N. Sherman, Fife Major ; Allen McDonald, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Abra. Chinchester, Henry Munroe, Hiram L. Shepard. 
David D. Noble, Orvin Bulkley, David Buck. 
Joseph Blackman, Wm. B. Scudder, David B. North?op. 



Charles Peck, 
Levi Penfield, 
Beers Foot, 
Leming B. Lake, 
Silas Erwin, 
Edwin Botsford, 



Geo. N. Mallory, 
Edwin Hubbell, 



Anson A. Osborn, Charles Patchen. 
Anson Gregory, David B. Rogers. 



Barrett B. Keeler. 
Walter Ferris. 
Hiram Hishon. 
John Beers. 



Sher. B. Ruggles, 
David Graves, 
Ephraim French, 
Zalmon S. Peck, 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Josiah Beardslee, Ferdin'd Spencer. 
Frederick Spencer,A. O. Beardsley. 



TWENTY-FOURTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Ridgefield, Wilton, Redding, Weston and 
New Canaan. 

Eli Mallory, Colonel. 

George B. Sears, Lieutenant Colonel. 

William Squires, Major. 

George H. Randall, Adjutant ; Alonzo Byington, 
Quarter-Master ; Asher S. Merchant, Pay-Master ; Jer- 
emiah Miller, Chaplain ; Sylvester Mead, Surgeon ; Jo- 
[seph I. Yancey, Surgeon's Mate ; George Osborn, Ser- 
jeant Major ; William Nichols, Quarter-Master Ser- 
jeant ; Rufus Northrop, Fife Major ; Edson Mead, Drum 
[Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

j-ames Mead, Wm. S. Stevens, Nelson Hellecfe. 

pephen Green, Charles Gorham, Alfred Taylor. 
jienry Bartram, Fred. D. Demand, Moses Sherwood. 

ames Comstock, John A. Betts, John A. Hoyt. 

trong B. Adams, Daniel S. Godfrey, Edgar Scribner. 

ndrew B, Judd, Benjamin Ambler, Richard A. Sutton, 



98 MILITIA. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Abram A.Bradley,Burr Fanton, Gershom Bradley. 

Eli Lyon, Elias F. Godfrey, Isaac B. Mallet. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Benjamin Betts, Zalmon S. Main, H. W. Northrop. 

Cyrus Silliman, Salmon Lyon, Albert J..Turney. 



THIRD REGIMENT HORSE ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Fairfield, Stratford, Bridgeport, Nor, 
walk, Stamford, Greenwich, Darien, Ridgefield, West- 
port, ^ew Canaan, Trumbull and Huntington. 
Darius Davenport, Colonel. 
Peter Smith, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Jabez Mead, Major. 
James B. Crawford, Adjutant ; Urban Lacey, Quarter - 
Master; Edson Bradley, Pay-Master; N. D. Haight, 
Surgeon ; James C. Allen, Surgeon's Mate ; Walter 
Nichols, Sergeant Major ; Sellick Sherman, Quarter- 
Master Sergeant ; Crosby W. Skinner, Bugle Major. 

FIRST COMPANY. 

Zenas Johnson, Captain. 
Elby Lewis, 1st Lieutenant. 
Sherman J. Sharp, 2d Lieutenant. 
George L. Nichols, 3d Lieutenant. 
Silas B. Edwards, 4th Lieutenant. 
Hall Beardsley, Cornet. 

SECOND COMPANY. 

Edward DeForest, Captain. 
Lewis Comstock," 1st Lieutenant. 
John S. Raymond, 2d Lieutenant. 
Amos Smith, Jr. 3d Lieutenant. 
Edward L. Silliman, 4th Lieutenant. 
Harvey K. Smith, Cornet. 

THIRD COMPANY. 

Hezekiah M. Cooley, Captain. 
Samuel M. Banks, 1st Lieutenant. 
Samuel J. Lockwood, 2d Lieutenant. 



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Andrew B. Godfrey, 3d Lieutenant. 
Seth W. Meeker, 4th Lieutenant. 
Wilson Knapp, Cornet. 

FOURTH COMPANY. 

Alvah Mead, Captain. 
Henry F. Sherman, 1st Lieutenant. 
Edward Mead, 2d Lieutenant. 
Richard Bates, 3d Lieutenant. 
George Davenport, 4th Lieutenant. 
Welles Allis, Cornet. 



FIFTH REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

formed from Woodbury, Plymouth, Southbury, Wa- 
tertown, Middlebury, Danbury, Newtown, New Milford, 
Brookfield, Washington, Roxbury and Sherman. 

William J. Starr, Colonel. 

Edward N. Hine, Major. 

Nathan Seeley, Jun. Adjutant ; Charles G. Sanford, 
Quarter-Master ; George S. Booth, Pay-Master ; Lemuel 
Hall, Chaplain ; Thomas B. Lacey, Surgeon ; Ezra S. 
Beach, Surgeon's Mate ; Jay L. Smith, Sergeant Major ; 
Lorin P. Hoyt, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Charles E. 
Skinner, Trumpet Major. 

FIRST TROOP. 

Stephen Hayes, Captain. 
Edmond Griswold, 1st. Lieutenant. 
James E. Smith, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Alanson Allen, Cornet. 

SECOND TROOP. 

Elijah Sturdevant, Captain. 
William S. Peck, 1st. Lieutenant. 
George Starr, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Samuel B. Peck, Cornet. 

THIRD TROOP. 

Michael S. Piatt, Captain. 
Albert Barnes, 1st. Lieutenant. 
Henry B. Noble, 2d. Lieutenant. 
George R. Norton, Cornet. 



100 MILITIA. 



FOURTH TROOP, 



Daniel Keeler, Captain. 
George R. Meeker, 1st. Lieutenant, 
John B. Fairchild, 2d. Lieutenant. 
Edward S. Shepard, Cornet. 



FOURTH RE&IMENT ARTILLERY. 

Formed from Danbury, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Trumr 
bull and Huntington. 

Nathan B. Dibble, Lieut. Col. Commandant. 
Thomas P. Guire, Major. 
David Pierce, Adjutant ; Almon Hutchinson, Quarter- 
Master ; Turner Buckley, Pay-Master ; Charles H. No- 
ble, Chaplain ; Samuel Simons, Surgeon ; William Kee- 
ler, Sergeant Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Lieutenants. 

Abraham Blisard, John G. Barton, Ezra P. Stevens. 

Wm. A. Dowd, A. B. B. Downs, Ira W. Peet. 

Gould Benedict, Edwin Disbrow, Chaney Knapp. 

Daniel Fairchild, L. B. Burroughs, Benjamin Burton. 

Henry Dykeman, John Wakeley, Elliott P. Curtiss. 



SIXTH BRIGADE. 

Consisting of the 12th, 13th, 16th, and 21st Regiments 
Infantry, and 3d Regiment Cavalry, 

Merrit Hemingway, Esq. Brigadier General. 

Frederick D. Peck, Aid-de-Camp. 

William H. Hunter, Brigade Major and Inspector. 

Charles Partrue, Brigade Quarter-Master. 



TWELFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Woodbury, Southbury, Bethlem, Water- 
town, Roxbury, Washington, Middlebury, and so much 
of the towns of New Milford and Kent, as lie within the 
society of New Preston. 



MILITIA. 



101 



Eli Curtis, Colonel. 
Benjamin H. Shelton, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Simeon H. Mitchell, Major. 
Amos M. Johnson, Adjutant; George P. Shelton, 
Quarter-Master; John A. Peck, Pay-Master; Fosdick 
Harrison, Chaplain ; Myson Downs, Surgeon ; Charles 
H. Webb, Surgeon's Mate ; George P. Woodruff, Ser- 
geant Major ; William Leavit, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; 
Edwin Porter, Fife Major; Lucius F. Cogswell, Drum 
Major. 

Artillery Company, — Heman Bowers, Captain ; Le- 
ander Odell, 1st Lieutenant ; Roderick A. Ford, 2d Lieu- 
tenant. 



Captains. 
George Peck, 
Cyrus Hinman, 
William Andrus, 
Abra. B. Everett, 
Wm. C. Bronson, 
Horace Beardslee, 
J. T. W. Sanford, 
Chester Curtiss, 

Albert Guther, 
G. F. Merriman, 



Lieutenants. 
Warren Hunter, 
Elisha Wheeler, 
Fred. F. Shelton, 
James F. Skilton, 
Daniel S. Baker, 
Harvey Tyrrell, 
George Hurlburt, 
Lewis W. Smith, 



Ensigns. 
Jared S. Baldwin. 
David Hickcox. 
Frederick E, Bird. 
Truman Percey. 
Edward B. Gibson. 
Daniel S. Meeker. 
Orren Warner. 
Sam'l G. Stoddard, 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Wm.P. Edmond, Peter S. Hard. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Dayton Mattoon, Amos M. Judd. 



THIRTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Canaan, Sharon, Salisbury, Cornwall, 
and Kent, excepting such parts thereof as lie within the 
society of New Preston. 

Eleazer Jenkins, Colonel. 

Steven J. Gould, Lieutenant Colonel. 

John C. Berry, Major. 

Peter W. Mills, Adjutant ; George D. Goodwin, Quar- 
ter-Master ; John M. Pratt, Paymaster; Fitch Reed, 



102 MILITIA. 

Chaplain ; Robert Smith, Surgeon ; Horace H. Catlin, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Edgar Wheeler, Sergeant Major ; Na- 
than E. Bradley, Quarter-Master Sergeant; Truman 
Wilcox, Fife Major ; Samuel R. Baldwin, Drum Major. 

Artillery Company, — Charles Edwards, Captain ; Lu- 
cius L. Stewart, 1st Lieutenant; Edward Faunton, 2d 
Lieutenant. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Seth Rockwell, John A. Blake, Hiram Briggs. 
Joel S. Young, Burritt Eaton, Homer Edwards. 
G. M. Hollister, Cha's C. Sterling, William Wood. 
Moses L. Graham, Walter Holmes, Theron W. Beach, 
Benjamin Catlin, John Hull, Henry Catlin. 

Ira Ingraham, Harlow Dean, Wm. S. Crossman. 
Tim. Chittenden, Alex'r Harrison, Myron Heacock. 
Lyman Hollister, Henry St. John, Ichabod Everett. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Martin Holcomb, Whiting G. Miner, Austin Belden. 
Benj. G. Hopkins, Dwight W. Pierce, William Brown. 
Hiram Weed, A. C. Woodward, William Beebe. 



SIXTEENTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from Litchfield, Goshen, Harwinton, Torring- 
ton, Plymouth .and Warren. 

Henry Holt, Colonel. 
Frederick Phelps, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Lucius Weston, Major. 
Joshua Williams, Adjutant ; Edwin C. Kellogg, Quar- 
ter-Master ; Stanley Griswold, Pay-Master ; Stephen 
Hubbell, Chaplain ; Josiah G. Beckwith, Surgeon ; Geo. 
H. Miner, Surgeon's Mate ; John G. Whitmore, Ser- 
geant Major ; John Williams, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; 
Martin Griggs, Fife Major ; Lucius Wilmont, Drum 
Major. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Edward W. King, Solomon S. Mase, Alva Stone. 
Gross Gates, Marvin Scovell, Ozias S.Webster. 



103 



Captains. 
Levi Hodges, 
Heman Beach, Jr. 
W. W. Loveland, 
L. H. Goodwin, 
Russell Carter, 
D. C. Churchill, 
Lyman Moulthrop, 
George Bingham, 



Lieutenants. 
J. A. Newbury, 
L. F. Doolittle, 
Lewis Loveland, 
George Watson, 



Ensigns. 
Geo. S. Whiting. 
William Griswold. 
Ezra C. Ray. 
Ransom S. Hine. 



Daniel B. Everett, John E. Grannis. 
Tracy Barnes, Elijah W. Garnsey. 
Nath'l Loveland, Chris. C. Palmer. 
Barnabus W. Root,Henry P. Griggs. 



LIGHT INFANTRY. 



James H. Cooke, John Phelps, 
Junius Baldwin, Ezra C. Foot, 
Cha's E. Gaylord, Ozias Goodwin, 



George Merchant. 
Alanson D. Apley. 
Levant Johnson. 



TWENTY-FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Formed from New Hartford, Winchester, Norfolk, 
Colebrook, Barkhamsted, the second society in Hartland, 
together with that part of Canton which formerly belong, 
ed to New Hartford. 

Horace B. Knapp, Colonel. 

Nelson D. Coe, Lieutenant Colonel. 

Elijah B. White, Major. 

Robert G. Williams, Adjutant ; Amos M. Rice, Quar- 
ter-Master; John Hinsdale, Pay-Master; Joseph Eld. 
ridge, Chaplain ; James Welch, Surgeon ; Lyman Case, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Austin Hodge, Sergeant Major ; Sam- 
uel Roberts, Quarter-Master Sergeant ; Elias Case, Fife 
Major ; George Brown, Drum Major. 



Captains. 
G. W. Henderson, 
Fred. Murray, 
R. S. Nosburgh, 
John K. Shepherd, 
Henry Knapp, 
Harlow Cook, 
Charles Selden, 
Wm. S. S. White, 



Lieutenants. 

Edwin Raymond, 
Richard Phelps, 
Geo. W. Merrill, 
Jason Hitchcock, 
John J. Johnson, 
Milton Smith, 
John Richards, 
John Kellogg, 



Ensigns. 

Henry L. Smith. 
John S. Adams. 
Samuel M. Holt. 
Harlow Reys, 
Eleazer Holt. 
Levi L. Deming. 
Abner M. Rice. 
Jeremy Jewett, 



104 MILITIA. 

LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ensigns. 

Ed. A. Doolittle, Henry Coe, Austin Griswold. 

A. G. Kellogg, Win. Warner, Henry S. Bacon. 

RIFLEMEN. 

Oliver H. Loomis, Wm. Sanford, Lucius Woodruff. 



THIRD REGIMENT CAVALRY. 

Formed from Norfolk, Colebrook, Winchester, Sharon, 
Salisbury, Canaan, Litchfield, Goshen, Torrington, Har- 
winton, Cornwall and Warren. 

Isaac Morse, Colonel. 
Major C. Peck, Major. 

Linus G. Morse, Adjutant ; John Carter, Quarter- 
Master ; Oliver W. Austin, Pay-Master ; Gad Smith, 
Chaplain ; Stanley Griswold, Surgeon ; Charles Edwards, 
Surgeon's Mate ; Nathaniel W. Gaylord, Sergeant Ma- 
jor ; Enos Sage, Jun. Quarter-Master Sergeant ; John 
£L Payne, Trumpet Major. 

FIRST TROOP. 

S. H, Harrison, Captain. 
Hiram Abells, 1st Lieutenant. 
William Johnson, 2d Lieutenant. 
Benjamin F. Toby, Cornet. 

SECOND TROOP. 

Hiram Barber, Captain. 
Wait B. Wilson, 1st Lieutenant. 
Alexander A. Gillett, 2d Lieutenant. 
Henry Humphrey, Cornet. 

THIRD TROOP. 

Hiram Sage, Captain. 
William J. Norton, 1st Lieutenant. 
Henry B. Seymour, 2d Lieutenant. 
Moses Williams, Cornet. 

FOURTH TROOP. 

Samuel A. Merwin, Captain. 
Samuel Weeks, 1st Lieutenant, 



105 



Calvin Hale, 2d Lieutenant. 
James L. Hubbell, Cornet. 



Aggregate number of Militia in Connecticut, 

as returned in 1838. 

General Staff, .... 61 

Infantry, Light Infantry, and Riflemen, 26,796 

Cavalry 986 

Artillery, .... 2,124 



Total, - - 29,967 



JUDGE ADVOCATES. 

Charles Chapman, Esq., for Hartford County. 
Jonathan Stoddard, Esq., for New Haven County. 
Asa Roath, Esq., for New London County. 
Timothy T. Merwin, Esq., for Fairfield County. 
Simon Davis, Esq., for Windham County. 
Origen S. Seymour, Esq., for Litchfield County. 
Jonathan Barnes, Esq., for Middlesex County. 
John P. Dorman, Esq., for Tolland County. 



UNITED STATES PENSION AGENT FOR CONNECTICUT, 

Gen. SAMUEL L. PITKIN. 

(Office at Hartford.) 
2,506 Pensioners reside in Connecticut — of which — 
93 are Invalid Pensioners, 
433 are under the act of March 18, 1818, 
34 are under the act of May 15, 1828, 
1600 are under the act of June 7, 1832, 
332 are widows — act of 4th July, 1836, 
14 are Navy Pensioners. 
Amount disbursed at the Agent's Office from July 1, 
1837, to July 1, 1838, $241,347,13. 



COMMISSIONERS, 

(Appointed by the Governor,) 

To distribute the Arms belonging to the State, 

Oliver E. Williams, George Putnam, 



106 



VOTES FOR STATE OFFICERS. 



Official Canvass of the Votes for State Officers for 
the year 1835. 





GOVERNOR. 






w. w. 


ELLSWORTH. 


S. P. BEERS. 


E. PHELPS. 


SCAT. 


Counties 


Votes 


Votes 


Votes 


Votes 


Hartford, 


5,214 


3,592 


728 


2 


New Haven, 


4,482 


3,574 


154 


3 


New London, 


3,359 


2,425 


89 




Fairfield, 


4,126 


3,258 


89 


2 


Windham, 


2,412 


1,759 


85 


1 


Litchfield, 


3,886 


3,383 


105 


2 


Middlesex, 


2,076 


2,110 


29 


2 


Tolland, 


1,560 


1,383 


204 


2 



Total, 



14 



27,115 21,489 1,483 

LIEUT. GOVERNOR. 

Charles Hawley, John Stewart, Thomas Clark, 
27,076 21,449 1,501 

SECRETARY. 
Royal R. Hinman, Jabez L, White, jr. Jabez L.White, S 



Scat. 
37 



28,377 

Hiram Rider, 
26,826 

Henry Kilbourn, 
27,002 



4,705 



69 



16,666 
TREASURER. 

Jeremiah Brown, 

23,082 

COMPTROLLER. 

Wm. Field, Joseph Barber, Scatter. 
21,466 1,507 12 



Scattering. 
3 



SURVEYORS OF CONNECTICUT. 

George Gillett, Esq., — Surveyor General. 
Deputy Surveyors, 
County of Hartford — Nathaniel Goodwin, Hartford. 
County of New Haven — Noyes Darling, New Haven. 
County of New London — Wm. Lester, Jr., Norwich. 
County of Fairfield — Hezekiah Price, Fairfield. 
County of Windham — Jonathan Nichols, Thompson. 
County of Litchfield — William M. Burrali, Canaan. 
County of Middlesex — Ebenezer B. White, Chatham. 



POST OFFICERS AND POST MASTERS. 107 



POST OFFICES AN» POST MASTERS 

IN 

CONNECTICUT. 

Hartford County. 

Hartford, Gideon Welles. — West, Elihu Olmsted. 

Avon, Truman Woodford. 

Berlin, J. M. Plumb. — New Britain, Thomas P. Lee. 

Bloomfield, J. H. Hubbard. 

Bristol, J. W.Pardee. 

Burlington, Hiram Webster. 

Canton, Isaac Mills. — Collinsville, H. Nash. — N.Canton, 

Stanley Weed. 
East Hartford, H. Phelps. 
Farmington, S. Whitman. — Plainville, E. H. Whiting. — 

Unionville, E. Seymour. 
Glastenbury, Benjamin Taylor, and Edwin S. Treat. — 

South, Oliver Brainard. 
East Windsor, Abiezer Porter. — East Windsor Hill, J. 

Risley. — Broad, Brook, Henry S. Kinsley. — Ketch Mills, 

H. Ellsworth.— Scantick Village, Charles Bartlett. — 

Warehouse Point, John B. Chapman. 
Enfield, Geer Terry. — Scitico, John Mason. — Thomp- 

sonville, Henry Kingsbury. 
Granby, Daniel Hayes. — East, Elmore Clark. — North, 

Abner Case. — West, J. D. Wilcox. 
iHartland, West, W. H. Higgins. 
Manchester, T. Burnham. 
H Marlborough, E H. Buell. 
iSimsbury, J. O. Phelps. 
|Southington, C. Whittlesey. 
Nuffield, O. L. Sheldon, and E. H. Wood, 
fethersfield, J, Goodrich. — Newington, W. Deming. — 

Rocky Hill, E. Goodale. 
Windsor, Wm. Howard. — Locks, C. H. Dexter. — Poquon- 

nock, Cicero Phelps. — TarifTville, A. Pinney. 



108 POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

New Haven County. 

New Haven, William H. Jones. 

Bethany, Hez. Thomas. — Straitsville, O. Collins. 

Branford, Orrin D. Squire. — N. Branford, P. Demick. 

Cheshire, Elihu Yale. 

Derby, Robert Gates. 

East Haven, R. Andrews. 

Fair Haven, Lester Keep. 

Guilford, Reuben Eliott.— N. Guilford, H. Fowler. 

Hamden, J. Lounsbury. — Humphreysville, John C.Whee- 
ler. 

Madison, John R. Wilcox.— North, S. L. Blatchley. 

Meriden, Levi Yale. 

Middlebury, L. Townsend. 

Milford, Wm. Strong.— New Milford, F. J. Fenn, 

Northford, Malachi Cook. 

Oxford, Samuel Wire. — Zoar Bridge, E. Curtiss. 

Prospect, Aaron Austin. 

Southbury, C. H. Hall.— Southford, John Peck.— S. Brit- 
ain, Anson Bray. 

Wallingford, Samuel Cook. 

Waterbury, F. Leavenworth. — Naugatuck, J, B. Mears. 

Wolcott, Isaac Hough. 

Westville, Stanton Pendleton. 



New London County. 

New London, Caleb J. Allen. 

Bozrah, N. H. Fitch. — Bozrahville, H. Mowry. 

Colchester, B. Trumbull. — Westchester, C. C Brown. 

Franklin, James H. Hyde. 

Griswold, Wm. Tucker. — Jewett City, Samuel Button. 

Groton, Elijah Bailey. — Centre, R. W. Smith. — Porters-] 

ville, J. Randall. 
Lebanon, Absalom Peters. — Exeter, Elias Williams.— I 

Liberty Hill, G. S. Gay. 
Ledyard, Christ. Newton. — Gales Ferry, N. B. Brown.— ■ I, 

Gardner's Pond, J. B. Willoughby, 
Lisbon, Hiram Tarbox. 
Lyme, C.W.Wait. — East, Joel Loomis. — North, C. Stark J J 

—Hamburgh, S. M. Brockway. 



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POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 109 

Montville, L. Stewart. — Uncasville, R. Comstock. 
Norwich Town, H. Harland. — City, W. L'Hommedieu. 
North Stonington, T. P. Wattles. 

Preston, Henry Brown. — Poquetannock, J. W. Brewster. 
Salem, Pomeroy Hall. 

Stonington, I.Champlin. — Mystic, Henry Harding. — Mys- 
tic Bridge, B. F. Palmer. 
Waterfbrd, H. Gardner. — River Head, E. Beckwith. 



Fairfield County. 
Fairfield, Abraham Benson. 
Danbury, 

Bethel, Frederick Seeley. 
Bridgeport, Smith Tweedy. 
Brookfield, Bryant Smith, 
Darien, Albert Seeley. 
Greenwich, S. Close. 
Huntington, A. S. Jones. 
Mill Plain, E. Birchard. 

Monroe, C. H. Beardslee — Stephney, L. Edwards, 
Newtown, T. Blackman. 
Norwalk, John Burrall. 
New Canaan, T. S. Husted. 
N. Fairfield, S. Barnum. 
N. Stamford, N. D. Haight. 
Nichols' Farm, E. Hawley. 
Ridgebury, S. S. St. John. 
Ridgefield, Silas Perkins. 
Redding, Jos. Darling— Bridge, L. Grover— Town House, 

J. Olmstead. 
Round HiU, B. F. White. 
Sherman, Isaac Riggs. 
m jSouthport, W. Sherwood, jr. 
(Stamford, John Brown, 
jfetanwich, Arba Smith. 
Stratford, David Brooks. 

JTrumbull, Elihu Beach— Long Hill, S. Beardslee. 
' , Vestport, Wm. Piatt. 
jVestfield, Hart Shepard. 

jVeston, Mallett Seeley— Northfield, W. Nichols. 
SVilton, S. F. Lambert— Bald Hill, L. Olmstead. 



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110 POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. 

Windham County, 

Brooklyn, Adams White 

Ashford, Dyer Clark — Eastford, J. B. Palmer — North, 
Cyrus Keyes — Westford, J. D. Richmond 

Canterbury, Jed. Johnson — Packersville, S. A. Packer- 
Westminster, P. Spicer 

Central Village, A. Harris 

Chaplin, Walter Goodell 

Hampton, Wm. Brown • 

Howard Valley, S. Burnham 

Killingly, James Warren — Centre, G. Kingsbury — East, 
Elisha Stone — South, Cyrus Day — West, J. Ely 

Moosup, John Dunlap 

Plainfield, Benjamin Bacon 

Pomfret, Horace Sabin — Landing, George Cady— Abing. 
ton, P. M. Allen 

Sterling, Wm. Fenner 

Thompson, Simon Davis — West, E. Nichols — New Bos- 
ton, H. Lamson 

Voluntown, K. Gallup — South, J. Stanton 

Windham, William Williams — Scotland, Benj. Webb — 
Willimantic, R. Moulton— North Windham, Ralph 
Lincoln 

Woodstock, Geo. Bowen — North, A. Carpenter—West, 
J. F. Williams 



Litchfield County. 

Litchfield, G. C. Woodruff 

Barkhamstead, R. L. Beecher 

Bulls Bridge, F. T. Fenn 

Bethlem, H. Skidmore 

Bradleyville, Wm.Coe 

Canaan, Leman Church 

Chapinville, Henry Groat 

Colebrook, Enos North— River, D. D. Wolf 

Cornwall, J. R. Harrison — Bridge, M.Harrison — Hollow,] 

J. E. Sedgwick 
Ellsworth, Ichabod S. Everest 
Falls Village, J. Ensign 
Furnace Village, John G. Mitchell 



POST OFFICES AND POST MASTERS. Ill 

Gaylord Bridge, P. Gaylord 

Goshen, B. Baldwin,— East, Geo. Stanley— North, P. Bai- 
ley 

Harwinton, T. Kellogg 

Hitchcocksville, FlavelB. Graham 

Kent, Wells Beardsley — North, H. Sturtevant 

Lime Rock, M. Barnum 

Milton, G. P. Welch 

New Hartford, H. Cowles — Centre, J. F. Henderson 

New Milford, L. Taylor 

Northville, Sheldon Buckingham — Bridgewater, G. San- 
ford 

Norfolk, E. G. Lawrence 

Northfield Church, Archibald W. Warner 

Plymouth, S. M. Mitchell— Hollow, Augustus Smith 

Roxbury, Myron Downs 

Salisbury, Daniel S. Clapp 

Sharon, Henry H. Quintard — East, Silas A. Gray 

Southford, (in Southbury,) John Peck 

Southbury, Charles H. Hall 

S. Canaan, W. P. Burrall 

S. Farms, E. J. Woodruff 

Terrysville, J. C. Lewis 

Torringford, N. Smith 

Torrington, H. Palmer, Nathaniel Smith, S. Bradley 

Washington, C. A. Judson — Woodville, Fred'k Chitten- 
den — New Preston, A. Brown 

Warren, G. P. Talmadge 

jWatertown, M. Hemingway 

~"inchester, W. S. Holabird— Centre, W. S. Marsh 
blcotville, S. Bradley 
bodbury, C. B. Phelps 



Middlesex County. 
iDLETOWN, J. Stow — Upper Houses, J. Sage 
addam, Jona. Arnold — Higganum, G. W. Smith 
B**., I Hadlyme, E. P. WeUs 

Chatham, Ann Smith — M. Haddam, H. Stewart — E. 

i Hampton, D. Buell 

ihester, Socrates Denison — Deep River, J. H. Mather 



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112 RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Clinton, Edward Wilcox 

Durham, A. Robinson 

East Haddam, O. Green — Centre, N. L. Foster — Me- 

chanicsville, W. B. Smith — Millington, E. W. Mather. 
Killingworth, H. Redfield 
Saybrook, R. E. Pratt — Essex, A. F. Whittemore— West. 

brook, A. T. Wilcox — Sayville, Aaron Watrous 



Tolland County, 

Tolland, Luther Eaton 
Andover, R. Button 
Bolton, J. L. White 
Columbia, S. T. Hosmer 
Coventry, Josiah Brown 

Ellington, H. S. Belcher — Square Pond, Ephraim Dim- 
mock 
Gilead, Charles E. Hart 
Hebron, Abner Hendee 
Hope Valley, T. H. Maynard 
Mount Hope, W. A. Fiske 
Mansfield, J. Woodward — Centre, J. Harting 
Somers, S. D. Chapin — North, Armariah Kibbee 
S. Coventry, S. Bidwell 

Stafford Springs, R. Woodworth — West, P. Orcutt 
Union, D. L. Newell 
Vernon, L. P. Tinker 
Willington, J. Weston 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

For single Letters composed of one piece of paper, 

Miles. Cents 
Any distance not exceeding 
Over 30, and not exceeding 
Over 80, and not exceeding 
Over 150, and not exceeding 
Over 400, 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of pa. 
per, are charged with double those rates. 



30 


6 


80 


10 


150 


m 


400 


18f 




25 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 113 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces of 
paper, are charged with triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four pieces of 
paper, are charged with quadruple those rates. 

All letters weighing one ounce avoirdupois, or more, 
are charged at the rate of single postage for each quarter 
of an ounce, or quadruple postage for each ounce, accor- 
ding to weight, and no letter can be charged with more 
than quadruple postage, unless the weight exceeds one 
ounce avoirdupois. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each Newspaper not carried out of the State in 
which it is published ; or if carried out of the State, but 
not carried over 100 miles, ... 1 cent. 

Over 100 miles, and out of the State in which it is pub- 
lished, - - - - - - -11-2 cents. 

MAGAZINES AND PAMPHLETS. 

If published periodically, distance not exceeding 100 
miles, 11-2 cent per sheet. 

Do. do. over 100 miles, - 2 1-2 do. 

If not published periodically, 
distance not over 100 miles, - 4 do. 

Do. do. over 100 miles, - 6 do. 

Small pamphlets, containing not more than a half sheet 
royal, are charged with half those rates. Eight pages 
quarto are rated as one sheet, and all other sizes in the 
same proportion. 



All letters transmitted by the Express mail, are charged 
j triple postage. 

General Post Office Department. 
Amos Kendall, Post Master General. 
L. R. Hobbie, 1st Assistant P. M. General. 
Robert Johnston, 2d do. do. 

Daniel Coleman, 3d do. do. 

C. R. Gardner, Auditor P, O. Department. 
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114 CLKRGYMEN. 



CLERGYMEN. 



Hartford County. 

Hartford. Joel Hawes, d. d,, Horace Bushnell, Oli- 
ver E. Daggett,Isaac N.Sprague, E. W. Andrews, J. S. 
Hempstead, ( African Church,) Thomas H. Gallaudet, C ; 
Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell d. d. ll. d. George Bur- 
gess, Silas Totten, d, d. Caleb J. Good, Joseph D. Tyler, 
£ ; Robert Turnbull, Gurdon Robins, B ; Heman Bangs, 
M; Asher Moore, U. 

Avon. John Bartlet, Francis H. Case, C. 

Berlin. Royal Robbins, D wight M. Seward, Joseph 
Whittlesey, C ; Zebediah H. Mansfield, E ; Charles 
Chittenden, M. 

Burlington. Erastus Scranton, C : A. S. Hill, M. 

Bloomfield. Cornelius B. Everest, C; David Osborn, 
M. ; David Avery, B, 

Bristol. Joseph S. Coville, E. 

Canton. Jarius Burt, C ; George B. Atwell, B. 

East Hartford, Samuel Spring, C. 

East Windsor. Shubael Bartlelt, Marion Root, Joseph 
Harvey, C ; Wm. Reid, B. 

Enfield. Francis L. Robbins, C; Walker Wilkie, M. 

Farmington. Noah Porter, d. d. C ; S. H. Clarke, M. 

Glastenbury. Jame3 A. Smith, Wm. C. Jones,C ; Wm. 
B. Ashley, E ; Abijah C. Wheat, Jeremiah Stocking, G. 
W. Gill, M. 

Hariland. Aaron Gates, Wood, C. ; Asa Bush- 

nell, AsaBushnell, jr. B. 

Marlborough. Benj. Eld, C. 

Simsbury. Allen McLeon, C. ; Ransom Warner, E. 

Souihington. Elisha 0. Jones, C. ; Irenus Atkins, B. 

Suffield. A. C. Washburn, E. Clapp, C ; H. Sevier, 
Meach, B. ; Warren, M. 

Wethersfield. Robert Southgate, Calvin Chapin, Joab 
Brace, C. ; Wm. Bentley, B ; Leonidas Rosser, M. 

Windsor. Cephas Brainard, M. 



CLERGYMEN. 116 

New Haven County. 

New Haven. Leonard Bacon, Samuel W. S. Dutton, 
Eiisha L. Cleaveland, Eleazer T. Fitch, d. d. C ; Henry 
( Free Church, ) ; Harry Croswell, d. d. Lorenzo T. Ben- 
nett. AlonzoB. Chapin, Stephen Jewett, E. 

Bethany. John H. Rouse, E. 

Branford. Timothy P. Gillet, C ; David T. Shailor, B. 

Cheshire. E. Edwards Beardsley, Peter G. Clark, E. 

Derby. Hollis Reed, John C Bray, C. ; Joseph Scott, 
John D. Smith, E. ; Fitch Reed, Orlando Starr, David 
Miller, Oliver Sikes, M. 

East Haven. Stephen Dodd, C. ; Edward I.Ives, E. 

Guilford. Aaron Dutton, Zolva Whitmore, C ; Ed- 
ward I. Darkin, David Baldwin, Levi H. Corson, E. ; 
Alva B. Goldsmith, B. ; Hart F. Pease, M. 

Hamden. Austin Putnam, Starkweather, C ; 

Henry Fitch, E ; Daniel I. Wright, M. 

Milford. Bezaleel Pinneo, Asa M. Train, C. ; Savil- 
lius Stocking E. ; Goodrich, M. 

Meriden. John M. Guion, E. Harvey Miller, B. 

Middlebury. John Atwater, C. ; Daniel Wooster, M. 

Madison. Samuel N. Shepard, C. ; O. Starr, M. 

North Branford. Wm. J. Boardman, Baldwin, C. 

Oxford. Abraham Browne, C; Dan'l Burhans, d.d.,E. 

Prospect. Ammi Lindsley, C. ; W. W. Brewer, M. 

Southbury. Wm. H. Whittemore, Butterfield, C. 

Aaron Pierce, M. 

Wallingford. Edwin R. Gilbert, C. ; Lemuel B. Hull, 
E. ; Amo3 D. Watrous, B. ; Ransom Johnson, M. 

Wolcott. James D. Chapman, C. 

Westville. Eli Barnett, M. 

Waterbury. H. N. Day, Seth Sackett, Chauncy G. 
Lee, C. ; Jacob L. Clark, Oliver Hopson, E. ; L. Clark, 
M. ; Russell Jennings, B. 



New London County. 

New London. Abel McEwen, John McDonald, C. ; 
Robert A. Hallam, E. ; C. C. Williams, B. ; Abraham 
Holway, M. 

Norwich. Hiram P. Arms, Alvan Bond, C. ; Seth B. 



116 CLERGYMEN. 

Paddock, Albert Spooner, E ; Daniel Dorchester, David 

N. Bentley, C. B. Rogers, Reuben Ransom, M. ; 

Lyon, U. 

Bozrah. Thomas L. Shipman, C. 

Colchester. Joel R. Arnold, C ; Andrew M. Smith, B. 

Franklin. Samuel Nott, C ; Comfort D. Filmore, 
Benjamin Walker, M. 

Groton. Mark Mead, C ; J. G. Whitman, Ira Stew, 
art, B ; J. J. Berg, M. 

Griswold. William R. Jewett, C. 

Lebanon. Lyman Strong, Israel T. Otis, C ; Daniel 
Wildman, Nathan Wildman, Ebenezer Robinson, B. 

Ledyard. Timothy Tuttle, C ; Ralph Hurlbut, M. 

Lisbon. Levi Nelson, Joseph Ayers, C. 

Lyme. Chester Colton,Frederick Gridley, C. 

North Stonington. Peter H. Shaw, C ; Benjamin H. 
Harris, Russell Wells, P. Brockett, B. 

Preston. Augustus B. Collins, C ; N. E. Shailer, B. 

Salem. Charles Thompson, C.; Silas Blaisdale, E. 

Stonington. John C. Nichols, N. B. Cook, C. ; Je- 
rome Anderson, B. ; Nathan Paine, M. 

Waterford. Francis Darrow, Lester T. Rogers, B. 



Fairfield County. . 

Fairfield. N. Freeman, Lyman H. Atwater, Tho's 
F. Davis, C. ; Nathaniel E. Cornwall, E. 

Bridgeport. Nathaniel Hewett, d.d., JohnWoodbridge, 
d. d. C. ; Gurdon S. Coit, Birdsey G. Noble, E. ; J. W. 
Eaton, B. ; Daniel Smith, M. 

Danbury. R. S. Stone, John Greenwood, C. ; David 
H. Short, E. ; J. G. Collam, B. ; Shaw N. Bronson, M. 

Brookfield. Abner Brundage, C. 

Darien. E. D. Kenney, C, ; Samuel Bishop, Hicksite. 

Greenwich. Noah Coe, Chauncey Wilcox, Thomas 
Payne, C. ; Joseph H. Nichols, E. ; Thomas Brewer, B. ; 
Bangs, M. 

Huntington. Thomas Punderson, C ; Tho's Clark, E. 

Monroe. James Kant, C. ; Rodney Rossiter, E. 

New Fairfield. David C. Perry, C ; Uriah Mead, M. 

Newtown. Samuel C Stratum, E. ; F. Hitchcock, U. 



CLERGYMEN. 117 

New Canaan. Theophilus Smith, C. ; David B. Og- 
den, E. ; S. W. King, M. 

Norwalk. Edwin Hall, James Knox, C. ; William C. 
Mead, d. d. E. ; J. L. Dickman, M. ; W. H. Card, B. 

Ridgefield. Joseph Fuller, Nathan Burton, C. ; Eli 
Wheeler, E. ; Thomas Sparks, James Coleman, M. 

Redding. Jeremiah Miller, Charles J. Todd, E. 

Stamford. Daniel Smith, Henry Fuller, Ambrose S. 
Todd, E. ; William Biddle, B. ; Edward Oldson, M. 

Sherman. Maltby Gelston, C. 

Stratford. George C. Shepard, Ashbel Baldwin, E. ; 
Clark Fuller, M. ; Stephen Curtis, B. ; F.W. Chapman, C. 

Trumbull. Waters Warren, James Kant, C. ; David 
G. Tomlinson, E. ; Harry Burton, M. 

Wilton. Samuel Merwin, C; Abel Nichols, E. ; 
David Jagger, M. ; William Bowen, B. 

Weston. Charles T. Prentiss, C. ; William Denison, 
B . ; Cyrus Collman, M. 



Windham County. 

Brooklyn. George J. Tillotson, C ; Riverius Camp, 
E. ; Thomas Huntington, B. ; William Coe, U. 

Ashford. Charles Hyde, Reuben Torry, Ebenezer 
Underwood, C. ; A. Babcock, B. ; E. Benton, M. 

Canterbury. C.J.Warren, Asa King, C. 

Chaplin. Erastus Dickinson, C. 

Hampton. Daniel G. Sprague, C, ; Dexter Bullard, 
Alfred Burnham, Christian. 

Killingly. Elisha Atkins, Roswell Whitmore, Alvin A. 
Underwood, Jonathan Robinson, C ; Jonas Oatly, Daniel 
Smith, B. 

Plainfield. Samuel Rockwell, C; Wakefield, 

Cole, B ; Thatcher, M. 

Pomfret. Daniel Hunt, Nathan S. Hunt, C ; 

I Hicks, B. 

Sterling. Jacob Allen, C. 

Thompson. Daniel Dow, C; Henry Fitz, James 
| Smither, B ; John W. Case, M. 

Voluntown. Charles S. Weaver, G. Palmer, B. 

Windham. Philo Judson, John E. Tyler, Otis C. 
IWhite.C; J S.Woodward, E ; B. Cook, B ; Ward, M. 



118 * CLERGYMEN, 

Woodstock. Otis Rockwood, Curtis, Lent L. 

Hough, Thomas Boutell, C; Nathan B. Benedict, Hugh 
Demsy, B. 



Litchfield County. 

Litchfield. Jonathan Brace, Jr. C; Wjn. Payne, 
Truman Marsh, George C. V. Eastman, Hilliard Bry- 
ant, Theodore S. Snow, E ; G. N. Smith, M. 

Barkhamsted. Wm. R.Gould, C; Isaac Jones, E. 

Bethlem. I. Harrison, C. 

Canaan. Henry H. Woodbridge, C; Charles Stearns, 
Shears, M. 

Cornwall. Nathan M. Urmston, Walter Smith. C. 

Goshen. Grant Powers, C; John Lucky, M. 

Harwinton. R. M. Chipman, C. 

Kent. William W. Andrews, C; Jeremiah Fry,M. 

New Milford. Noah Porter, Jr., A. B. Camp, C; E. 
Huntington, E ; D. Baldwin, B ; A. Selleck, M. 

Norfolk. Joseph Eldridge, C; Silas Chubler, B ; Josiah 
Stearns, M. 

Plymouth. Ephraim Lyman, H. D. Kitchell, • 

Richardson, C; William Watson, E ; Wm. S. Stilwell,M. 

Salisbury. Adam Reed, C; J. Bainbridge, M. 

Sharon. Mason Grosvenor, C ; Charles W. Bradley, 
E ; Wm. K. Stafford, M ; Aaron Hunt, B. 

Torrington. Milton Huxley, Harmon L. Vaill, Stephen 
Hubbel, C; Benedict, B ; James Perry, M. 

Warren. Harley Goodwin, C; Charles Everett, Ira 
Morgan, Jr. M. 

Watertown. R. McEwen, C; Frederick Holcomb, 
d. d., Nathaniel Richardson, E. 

Woodbury. S. R. Andrew, G. L. Brownell, C ; S. G. 
Hitchcock, E ; Beach, M. 

Washington. Gordon Hayes, C ; William B. Sher- 
man, E. 



Middlesex County. 

Middletown. John R. Crane, Zebulon Crocker, Ja's. 
Noyes, Jr., Stephen ToplirT, C; S. F. Jarvis, d. d., E; 



CLERGYMEN. 119 

Frederick Wightman,John Cookson, Jonathan Goodwin, B J 
Wilbur Fisk, d. d., Laban Clark, Jacob F. Huber, D. D. 
Whedon, E. Andrews, Daniel Burrows, Joseph Holdrich, 
John Lindsley, Daniel Coe, M. 

Chatham. Stephen A. Loper, C ; Samuel M. Emery, 
Wm. Jarvis, George A. Sterling, E. 

Chester. Edward Peterson, C; Simon Shailor, B. 

Saybrook. Frederick W. Hotchkiss, C. B. Crane, Aa- 
ron Hovey, Zabdiel Ely, Wm. Hyde, C; Wm. Warland, 
James M. Tappan, E ; Henry R. Knapp, Henry Wooe- 
ter, Herman S. Havens, B ; William Kirkam, M. 

Clinton. Lewis Foster, C; Lewis Gunn, M. 

Durham. David Smith, d d.C; Harvy Hempstead, M. 

East Haddam. Isaac Parsons, Nathaniel Miner, Jo- 
seph Vaill, George Carrington, C; Wm. G. Heyer, E. 

Haddam. D. D. Field, C; William Loomis, B; I. 
Mead, M. 



Tolland County. 

Tolland. Abram Marsh; C; B.C. Phelps, M ; Syl- 
vester Barrows, B. 

Bolton. James Ely, C ; Phelps, M ; Collins, 

Main, U. 

Coventry. C. Booth, G. A. Calhoun, C ; H. Brown, U. 

Ellington. Diodate Brockway, Ezekiel Marsh, C. 

Hebron. Sylvester Selden, Charles Nichols, C; Al- 
pheus Geer, E ; Philo Hawks, Moses Stoddard, M. 

Mansfield. Anson S. Atwood, Wm. Ely, C; Henry 
Bronsey, B ; E. C. Scott, M. 

Somers. Rodney G. Dennis, C; J. L. Esty, M. 

Stafford. George H. Woodward, E. Palmer, C; 

Shepard, M ; Munger, B; H. Chaffee, U. 

Sterling. Jacob Allen, C; Peleg Peckham, John Bud- 
long, Elijah W. Barrows, B. 

Vernon. Chester Humphrey, C. 

Willington. Jeremiah Chaplin, d. d. B. 



120 



INCORPORATED CITIES. 

HARTFORD. 
HENRY HUDSON, Mayor. 



ALDERMEN AND JUDGES. 

Jeremy Hoadley, Thomas K. Brace, 

ALDERMEN. 

David F. Robinson, Job Allyn. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Henry Barnard, Asahel Saunders, William Hayden, 
James B. Hosmer, Philemon Canfield, Daniel Copeland, 
George Putnam, Samuel H. Huntington, Ezra S. Ham- 
ilton, Nathaniel Woodhouse, Joseph Church, Samuel 
Belcher, Perry Smith, Philip Ripley, James B. Shultas, 
Samuel G. Boughton, Chauncey G. Smith, Hazelton 
Walkley, Leonard Kennedy, Jr. Thomas H. Marshall. 

Clerk, — William Conner. 

Treasurer, — Nathaniel Goodwin. 

Collector, — Benjamin Hastings. 

Auditor, — James Thomas. 

Sheriffs, — Benjamin Hastings, Nathaniel H. Morgan. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month. — • 
Annual Meeting third Monday in April. 



NEW HAVEN. 
HENRY C. FLAGG, Mayor. 



aldermen and judges. 
Caleb Brintnall, Benjamin Beecher. 



121 



ALDERMEN. 

Enos A. Prescott, Henry Peck. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Elisha L. Silliman, Smith Tuttle, Levi Gilbert, 2d, 
John B. Robertson, Zelotes Day, Joseph Barber, George 
Rowland, Alfred Daggett, Israel Harrison, Amos Brad- 
ley, Solomon Collis, Nahum Hayward, Sidney M. Stone, 
John Ritter, Henry T. Huggins, Eli B. Austin, Elisha 
Dickerman, Jun., John Merriman, Leonard Pardee, 
Isaac Foote. 

Clerk, — Elisha Munson. 

Treasurer,— Amos Townsend, Jr. 

Collector, — Gardner Morse, 

Auditor, — Ransom Burritt. 

Sheriffs, — Scovill Hinrnan, Joseph Fairchild. 

City Court held on the first Tuesday in each month, — 
l^nnual Meeting first Monday in June. 



NEW LONDON. 
FRANCIS ALLYN, Mayor. 



aldermen. 
Thomas S. Perkins, I Wanton A. Weaver, 
Ebenezer Learned, Benjamin Starks. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

IjCharles S. Stockman, Charles A. Lewis, Robert Coit, 
Jjhn Pool, William Tate, John Grace, Amos Starks, 
jilliam I. Gray, Christopher C. Comstock, Bartholomew 
| Baxter, Acors Barnes, Enoch V. Stoddard. 

Clerk, — Henry Douglass. 

Treasurer, — Robert Coit. 

(Agent, — William F. Brainard. 

I Sheriffs, — Joshua Hamilton, Isaac Treby. 



122 CITIES. 

City Court held on the first Monday in each month.- 
Annual Meeting first Monday in June. 



NORWICH. 
CHARLES J. LANMAN, Mayor. 



ALDERMEN. 

William H. Law, I Willtam P. Eaton, 
Jedediah Huntington, Edward Whiting. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Samuel Tyler, Erastus Williams, George Hibbarc 
Samuel L. Hyde, Sanford B. Meach, Jedediah Spalding 
Benjamin F. Pendleton, John P. Robinson, John W 
Bulkley, Erastus P. Miner, dishing Eells, George Moon 
Joseph Backus, Charles Denison, Edwin Gavit, Henr 
H. Roath, Charles Eagles, James W. Stowell, Elijah I 
Bill, Peleg Hull. 

Clerk, — George Perkins. 
Treasurer, — Lyman Brown. 
City Attorney, — Asa Child. 

Sheriffs, — Frederick Prentice, Alexander G. Frink. 
City Court held on the second Monday in each montl 
— Annual Meeting first Monday in June. 



MIDDLE TOWN. 
RICHARD HUBBARD, Mayor. 



A LDERMEN. 

Isaac Webb, I Richard Rand, 

William C. Bowers, Randolph Pease, 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Ephraim Crofoot, .Horace Clark, William Southmayi 



BOROUGHS. 123 

Jr. David D. Parmelee, Micah Sill, Eleazer Lacey, Cha's 
Buckland, Alfred Southmayd, Elias Lewis. 

Clerk and Treasurer, — John Fisk. 

Sheriffs, — Harvey Treadway, Daniel Samson. 

City Court held the second Tuesday in each month. — 
Annual Meeting third Monday in January. 



BRIDGEPORT. 
ALANSON HAMLIN, Mayor. 



aldermen. 
Enoch Foote, 1 Abijah Hawley, 
Edmond Fanton, Daniel O. Wheeler. 



common council. 

Daniel Sterling, Charles DeForest, Edwin Porter, Ste- 
phen Lounsbury, S. B. Ferguson, Josiah B. Baldwin, F. 
C. Bassett, Alexander Hamilton, Abijah Burroughs, Wil- 
liam A. Peck, David Perry, H. K. Haight, Philo An- 
drews. 

Clerk, — Ira Sherman. 

Treasurer, — Joseph Thompson, 
i Sheriffs, — Isaac H. Whiting, C. B. Middlebrook. 



BOROUGHS. 

COLCHESTER. 

Joshua B. Wheeler, Warden. 

Burgesses, — E. W. Parsons, M. W. Hutchins, A. B. 
Isham, A. B. Pierce, Samuel Barry, John Brown. 
Clerk, — E. Edmonson. 
Bailiff,— John C. Bulkeley. 
Treasurer, — D. B, Carroll. 



124 



ESSEX. 

Gurdon Smith, Warden. 

Burgesses — Reuben Post, H. L. Champlin, C. R. Doan 
G. Parker, E. Redfield, S. S. Denison. 

Clerk and Treasurer — F. W. ShejSard. 
Bailiff— E. W. Pratt. 



SOUTHPORT. 

Nehemiah B. Alvord, Warden. 

Burgesses — Hezekiah Davis. Charles Perry, Joseph] 
Jennings, Lot Bulkley, Benjamin Hawkins. 
Bailiff — Aaron Jennings, Jr. 



STAMFORD. , 

Theodore Davenport, Warden. 

Clerk and Treasurer — Sey Jarvis. 
Burgesses — John W. Leeds, Roswell Hoyt, Sands Ad- 
ams, Chauncey Ayres, Stephen B. Provost. 
Joshua B. Ferris, Agent. 



STONINGTON. 

Elisha Faxon, Warden, jr. 

Clerk, — Elisha Faxon. 
Bailiff,— Charles H. Smith, 2d. 



NORWALK. 

Clark Bissel, Warden, 



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BANKS. 

HARTFORD BANK. 

Joseph Trumbull, President. 
Henry A. Perkins, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Trumbull, James Cowles, D. F. 
Robinson, Erastus Ellsworth, David Watkinson, H. B. 
Chaffee, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, C. H. Brain- 
ard, Amos M. Collins, Roswell Brown, Charles H. 
Northam. 

Francis Parsons, Attorney. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual election, 2d Thursday of June. 
Dividends, semi-annually, in June and December. 
Capital stock, $1,120,000. 



PHCENIX BANK. 

George Beach, President. 

John L. Bunce, Cashier. 

Directors — Cyprian Nichols, Thomas Belknap, Eliph- 

jfet Averill, Thomas K. Brace, Martin Cowles, George 

lummer, John W. Bull, Thomas Day, Denison Morgan, 

lowden Stevens. 

Walter Mitchell, Attorney. 
Discount days, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Annual election, 1st Thursday in September. 
Dividends semi-annually, in March and September. 
Capital stock, $1,233,100. 



BRANCH OF THE PHCENIX BANK AT LITCHFIELD. 

Asa Bacon, President. 
Charles Spencer, Cashier. 



126 BANKS. 

Directors — Asa Bacon, Samuel Buel, G. C. Wood- 
ruff, Charles Deming, David S. Boardman, Theron Beach, 
W. C. Sterling. 

Origen S. Seymour, Attorney. 



EXCHANGE BANK. 

Roderick Terry, President. % 
Elisha Colt, Cashier. 
Directors — Roderick Terry, William W. Ellsworth 
Charles Boswell, S. G. Bough ton, E. W. Bull, Adriar 
Janes, Tertius Wadsworth, A. S. Porter, Willis Thrall 
A. S. Kennedy, Daniel Burgess, Ebenezer Flower, Ef 
C. Kellogg, 

Francis Fellows, Attorney. 

Capital, $500,000— Paid in, $400,00. 



CONNECTICUT RIVER BANKING COMPANY^ 

William H. Imlay, President. 
Edwin Spencer, Cashier. 
Directors — William H. Imlay, Alfred Smith, Daniel 
Buck, James H. Wells, Stephen Spencer, Joseph Church |j 
S. B. Grant, Miles A. Tuttle, Nathan Colton. 
Francis Parsons, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in January. 
Capital stock, $250,000. 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK. 

(United States Deposit Bank.) 

Samuel L. Pitkin, President. 

William T. Hooker, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel L. Pitkin, Joseph Pratt, Lutht 

Loomis, Jesse Savage, Horace Goodwin, 2d, Wm. 5 

Hollabird, Lemuel Humphrey, Alexander H. Pomroy, C 






BANKS. 127 

P. Grant, Jasper Hyde, Elbridge Cutler, Oliver Filley, 
Horace Belden. 

Philemon Canfield, on the part of the State. 
Isaac Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Monday?, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 
Hour3 of business, from 9 to 1, and from 2 to four. 
Dividends, 1st Monday in May and November. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in May. 
Capital stock, $500,000, with liberty to increase to 
$1,500,000. 



HARTFORD SAVINGS BANK. 

Ward Woodbridge, President. 
j| Vice Presidents — James H. Wellg, Isaac Perkins, Wm. 
jEly, Cyprian Nichols, Samuel Tudor, James B. Hosmer, 
Charles Hosmer, John Butler, Barzillai Hudson, Thoma9 
|E£. Brace, Stephen Spencer, Solomon Porter. 
I Trustees — Charles Seymour, Jeremy Hoadley, George 
[Putnam, Richard Bigelow, Henry A. Perkins, Albert 
[pay, Francis Parsons, Charles Sheldon, John W. Bull, 
[Haynes L. Porter, Jesse Savage, A. M. Collins, Edward 
qxoodwin, Ezra S. Hamilton, Philemon Canfield, Wm. 
jtogers, Thomas C. Perkins, E. W. Bull, Royal R. Hin- 
lan, John Beach, Thomas Smith, John Warburton, 
palvin Day, John L. Bunce, Charles Abernethy. 
Haynes L. Porter, Secretary. 
Reuben Langdon, Treasurer. 
Deposits, $477,880,09. 



ENFIELD SAVINGS BANK, 

Henry Kingsbury, President. 
Geer Terry, Treasurer. 



128 BANKS. 

NEW HAVEN BANK. 

Henry Denison, President. 

Amos Townsend, Jr., Cashier. 

Directors — Henry Denison, Henry Trowbridge, Time 

thy Bishop, Roger S. Baldwin, Isaac H. Townsend, Zel 

bul Bradley, Augustus R. Street, Erastus Lyman-, Jareij 

P. Whittlesey. 

Discount days, Mondays and Saturdays. 
Hours of Business, from 10 A. M. to 3 P.M. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in July. 

Capital Stock, $335,000. 



MECHANICS BANK, NEW HAVEN. 

John Fitch, President. 

John W. Fitch, Cashier. 

Directors — John Fitch, Joseph N. Clarke, Russel Hotch 

kiss, N. Peck, Jr., Levi Gilbert, Laban Smith, Simeoi 

Marble, Elihu Sanford, Henry White. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Hours of business, from 10 A. M. to 3, P. M. 

Annual Meeting, first Monday in July. 

Capital stock, $300,000. 



CITY BANK, NEW HAVEN. 



Charles Atwater, President. 
Stephen D. Pardee, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Atwater, Samuel St. John, Hervy 
Sanford, John Babcock, John H. Coley, Zelotes Day s 
Oliver Bryan, Russel H. Nevins, Rufus L. Lord. 
John Beach, Attorney. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 1 to 3» J 
P.M. 

Capital, $500,000, all paid in. 



BANKS. 129 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY BANK. 

Henry Hotchkiss, President. 

R. Burrell, Cashier. 

Directors — Henry Hotchkiss, Lewis Hotchkiss, Elam 

Hull, Nath'l R. Clark, Smith Tuttle, John Hunt, Jr. Isaac 

Leavenworth, Matthew G. Elliott, Nathaniel Bacon. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in July. 

Capital stock, $500,000, all paid in. 



MERIDEN BANK. 

Walter Booth, President. 

Harris Hayden, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Booth, Ashbel Griswold, Elisha A. 
Cowles, James S. Brocks, Noah Pcmeroy, Ambrose Ives, 
Enos H. Curtiss, Samuel Mather, Stephen Taylor. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 



NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. 

Simeon Baldwin, President. 
Vice Presidents — Ralph I. Ingersoll, Elias Gilbert, 
James Brewster, Roger Sherman. 

Trustees — Wooster Hotchkiss, Henry White, Marcus 
Merriman, Jr., Henry Hotchkiss, Amos Townsend, Jr., 
IStephen D. Pardee, Asa Budington, William J. Forbes, 
Henry Peck, Elihu Atwater. 

William G. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer. 



UNION BANK, NEW LONDON. 



Jonathan Starr, President. 
Joseph C. Sistare, Cashier. 
Directors — Jonathan Starr, Robert Coit, John O. Mi- 
er, Win, P. Cleaveland, Jr., Archibald Mercer, Edward 

Jallam, Wm. Sterne, George R. Lewis, Alfred White, 



130 BANKS. 

| 

Richard McCurdy, Charles S. Stockman, Charles Aj 
Lewis, Felix Ansart. 

Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr., Attorney for the Bank, 
Discount days, Mondays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in June. 
Capital stock, $100,000. 



NEW LONDON BANK. 

Jacob B. Gurley, President. 
E. F. Dutton, Cashier. 
Directors — Jacob B. Gurley, Isaac Thompson, Thorn - 
as W. Williams, Noyes Barber, Ezra Chappell, Ralph 
Isham, Jonathan Colt, Anthony Thatcher, Thomas S. 
Perkins, Benjamin Brown, Asa Otis, Stephen J. Lord. 
Thomas S. Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. Hours of bu- 
siness, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P, M, 
Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in July. 
Capital stock, $150,000. 



WHALING BANK, NEW LONDON 

Coddington Billings, President, 

Peter C. Turner, Cashier. 

Directors — Lyman Law, Joseph Lawrence, John Bran- 

degee, Wanton A. Weaver, Abner Bassett, Sabin K. 

Smith, Adam Frink, Acors Barnes, I. W. Crawford, Wra. 

W. Billings. 

Wm. F. Brainard, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. Hours of 
business, from 10 to 12 A. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 
Capital stock, $300,000. 



BANKS. 131 

NEW LONDON SAVINGS BANK. 

Ebenezer Learned, President. 

Vice Presidents — Robert Coit, Ezra Chappell. 

Directors — Archibald Mercer, W. P. Cleaveland, Juru 

C. S. Stockman, Edward Learned, T. S. Perkins. 

Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary and Treasurer, 

Annual meeting, 1st Tuesday in June. 



NORWICH BANK. 

Jabez Huntington, President. 
Charles Johnson, Cashier. 
Directors — Jabez Huntington, John L. Boswell, Benj. 
Coit, J. G. W. Trumbull, Nathaniel Shipman, Jedediah 
Huntington, John Isham, Jacob W. Kinney, William A. 
Buckingham, Calvin Tyler, Russell Hubbard, James 
Treat, Erastus Coit, John W. Boswell. 

George Perkins, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Meeting, in June. Dividends in January and 
July. 

Capital Stock, $ 210,000. 



THAMES BANK, NORWICH. 

William P. Greene, President. 
Lyman Brewer, Cashier. 
Directors — Wrn. P. Greene, Calvin Goddard, Amos H. 
Hubbard, Edward Whiting, Adam Larrabee, Henry M. 
11 Waite, Walter Lester, Gurdon Chapman. 
1 Annual meeting, in June. Dividends in March and 
ISeptember. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 



i 



QUINEBAUG BANK, NORWICH, 

John A. Rockwell, President. 
Francis A. Perkins, Cashier. 



132 BANKS. 

Directors — John A. Rockwell, Charles W. Rockwell,} 
George L. Perkins, Asa Child, John Breed, Joseph Back, 
us, Arthur F. Gilman, Charles Coit, William P. Eaton, 
Capital stock, $500,000. 



MERCHANTS BANK. 

William Williams, President. 

Joseph Williams, Cashier. 

Directors — William Williams, Stephen Fitch, Samuel 

Kellogg, Sherwood Raymond, Epaphras Porter, Lewis 

Hyde, Joseph H. Doane, John Brewster, Elijah A. Bill, 

H. B. Buckingham, Roswell Morgan, Samuel Tyler, Hen- 1 

ry B. Tracy, Alhert Isham, Elisha Tracy. 

Annual meeting in September. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 



NORWICH SAVINGS BANK. 

Charles W. Rockwell, President. 
Vice Presidents — John L. Boswell, George L. Perkins, 
Joseph Williams, William Williams. 

Directors and Trustees — F. A. Perkins, Amos Cobb. 
Benjamin Huntington, John Breed, J. W. Kinney. 
J. Huntington, Treasurer and Secretary. 
Annual Meeting in June. 



JEWETT CITY BANK. 

Joseph S. Gladding, President. 

John Johnson, Cashier. 

Directors — Joseph S. Gladding, Nathaniel Coit, Wm. 

F. Clark, Amos Cobb, Lucius Tyler, M. T. Richards, 

Jeremiah S. Webb, Daniel Packer, Joel Hyde, RoswelJ 

Adams. 

Capital Stock, $100,000. 



BANKS. 133 

STONINGTON BANK. 

Ephraim Williams, President. 
Francis Amy, Cashier. 
Directors — Ephraim Williams, Gurdon Trumbull, C. 
H. Phelps, Giles R. Hallam, Jesse D. Noyes, Benjamin 
Pomeroy. 

Benjamin Pomeroy, Attorney for the Bank. 
Capital Stock, $53,000. 



MYSTIC BANK. 

Elisha Faxon, President. 
George W. Noyes, 2d., Cashier. 
Directors— Elisha Faxon, Elias Brown, Elisha Haley, 
John Hyde, Asa Fish, Silas Beebe, Stephen Haley, Da- 
vid Baldwin, Henry Harding, Mason Manning, Elisha 
Faxon, Jr. Jabez Gallup, Jeremiah Holmes. 

Discount Day, Tuesday. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in July. 



WINDHAM BANK. 

John Baldwin, President. 
Joel W. White, Cashier. 
Directors — John Baldwin, Jesse Spafford, Justin Swift, 
Royal S. White, Thomas Gray, John Webb, Jun. Elisha 
Hammond, Horace Gaylord, Levi Johnson, Philip 
Pearl, John A. Perkins. 

Thomas Gray, Attorney for the Bank. 

Discount day, Thursday. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Wednesday in September. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



134 BANKS. 

THOMPSON BANK. 

Talcott Crosby, President. 
Joseph B. Gay, Cashier. 
Directors — Talcott Crosby, Wm. H. Mason, Jonathan 
Nichols, Wm. Read, Wm. Fisher, Simon Davis, Franklin 
Nichols, John Bates. 

Simon Davis, Attorney for Bank*. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Tuesday in January. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



BROOKLYN BANK. 

Joseph Eaton, President. 
Charles White, Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph Eaton, Vine Robinson, B. P. Spald- 
ing, Wm. Putnam, Jno. Gallup, 3d, Edward Fogg, Ad- 
ams White, Elkanah C. Eaton, Geo. Bradford, Jno. Mc 
Clellan, Spalding Barstow, A. Hammond, Henry G. 
Tainter. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in June, 
Capital stock, $100,000. 



STAMFORD BANK. 

John W. Leeds, President. 
Edward Hill, Cashier. 
Directors — John W. Leeds,Theodore Davenport, Sand« i 
Adams, Willis R. Ritch, Daniel Lockwood, Sam'l Lock- 
wood, Stephen Smith, John Titus, Stephen Hoyt, Jim. 
John Dean, J, L. Bush. 

Charles Hawley, Attorney. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Hours of business, from 10 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 
4 P.M. 

Dividends, 1st Monday in March and September. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in May. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



BANKS. 135 

MIDDLETOWN BANK. 

Elijah Hubbard, President. 
Dyer Ames, Jr. Cashier. 
Directors — Elijah Hubbard, Sam'l D. Hubbard, Rich- 
ard Hubbard, Wm. L. Storrs, Joseph Taylor, Jesse G. 
Baldwin, Wm. J. French, John H. Watkinson, Elisha- 
ma Brandegee, Joseph Hill. 

Jonathan Barnes, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Thursday in January. 
Dividends in January and July. 
Hours of business, from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 2 to 
4 P. M. 

Capital stock, $420,000. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY BANK. 

Samuel Russell, President. 
Eleazer Lacey, Cashier. 
Directors— Samuel Russell, Joseph W. Alsop, Henry 
L. Dekoven, Ebenezer Jackson, William C. Bowers, 
Randolph Pease, William S. Camp, Elijah H. Roberts, 
John Stewart, Nathaniel Bacon, Joseph Hail, Joseph 
Hill 

Stillman K. Wightman, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 
Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in July. 
Capital stock, $200,000. 



TOLLAND BANK. 

Elisha Stearns, President, 
Jonathan R. Flynt, Cashier. 
Directors — Elisha Stearns, Elijah Smith, John Fitch, 
George M. Hyde, Wyllys Gilbert, Henry Strong,. John 
H. Brockway, Miner Grant, David Johnson. 

Elisha Stearns, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount day, every Wednesday. 



136 



Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in October, 
Capital stock, $75,000. 



CONNECTICUT BANK. 

Daniel Thatcher, President. 

Charles Foote, Cashier. • ' ill 

Directors — Daniel Thatcher, Enoch Foote, Reuben \\i 
Tweedy, Nathaniel Wade, Daniel Sterling, Daniel Fayr- |( 
weather, Samuel Stratton, Joseph Thompson, Eli Mygat. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Henry Dutton, Attorney for the Bank. 
Annual Meeting, first Thursday in September. , 
Capital stock, $300,000. 



BRIDGEPORT BANK. 

Sylvanus Sterling, President. 
George Burroughs, Cashier. 
Directors — Jesse Sterling, F. C. Bassett, Charles B. 
Hubbell, Ira Peck, S. Hartwell, Charles DeForest, Ham- 
ford Lyon, Stephen Tomlinson, Hezekiah Allen. 
Henry Dutton, Attorney for the Bank. 
Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 
Capital stock, $200,000. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY BANK, NORWALK. 

Clark Bissell, President. 
Thomas Warner, Jr. Oashier. 
Directors — Benjamin Isaacs, Thaddeus Betts, Morris 
Gregory, Ebenezer Jesup, A. E. Beard, B. Lockwood, 



Branch of Connecticut Bank, at Southport. 

Jeremiah Sturges, President. 
Jonathan Bulkley, Cashier. 
Directors — Charles Perry, Jesup Alvord, Henry Perry» 
Wm. Sherwood, Jr. Dan Taylor. 



TKSURANCE UOMFAMES. 137 

Bank Directors appointed on the part of the State. 

Hartford Bank, Ezra S. Hamilton — Farmers and Me- 
chanics Bank, Philemon Canfield — Phoenix, Edmund G. 
Howe, Wiillam T. Lee — New Haven, Caleb Brintnall — 
New London, Nathaniel Saltonstall — Merchants, La- 
fayette S. Foster — Windham, Chauncey F. Cleaveland — 
Norwich, John W. Boswell — Fairfield County, Thomas 
S. Husted — Connecticut, Josiah Hubbell — Bridgeport, 
Charles DeForest — Middlesex County, EH Wilcox — 
Middletown, Richard Rand. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company. 

Eliphalet Terry, President. 

James G. Bolles, Secretary. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Thursday in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 



Protection Insurance Company, Hartford. 

David F. Robinson, President. 

James M. Goodwin, Secretary. 

Annual Election, in June. 

Capital stock, $150,000. 



JEtna Insurance Company, Hartford. 

Thomas K. Brace, President. 

Simeon L. Loomis, Secretary. 

Annual Election, 1st Thursday in June. 

Capital stock, $200,000. 



Hartford Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Daniel St. John, President. 
Ward Woodbridge, Treasurer, 



138 INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Charles Shepard, Secretary. 

Pledged Capital, $300,000— Cash in Treasury, $2,000. 

Number of Members, 5,000. 



New London Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 

Richard Law, President. 

Coleby Chew, Secretary. 

Annual Election, in July. 

Capital Stock, $250,000. 



Norwich Fire Insurance Company. 

William Williams, President. 

Joseph Williams, Secretary. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Wednesday in January. 

Capital stock, $100,000. 



Norwich Mutual Assurance Company, 

Jabez Huntington, Treasurer. 
Frederick Miner, New London, Assistant Treasurer- 
Joseph Williams, Secretary. 
Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in January. 
Capital stock, $6,666. 



Green Woods (Winchester) Mutual Fire Insurance 
Company. 

Uriel Tuttle, President. 

E. S. Woodford, Secretary. 

Theron Rockwell, Treasurer. 



Windham County Mutual Insurance Company. 

Vine Robinson, President. 
Adams White, Secretary. 



COMPANIES. 139 

Tolland County Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Ariel Ladd, President. 

Jeremiah Parish, Secretary. 

Annual Meeting, 3d Monday in June. 

Capital stock, $30,000. 



Middlesex Mutual Insurance Company. 
Office in Middletown. 

Richard Hubbard, President. 
John L. Smith, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Litchfield Mutual Assurance Company. 

Phineas Miner, President. 
Sylvester Galpin, Secretary, 



Berlin Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Charles A. Goodrich, President. 

Daniel Dunbar, Secretary. 

Capital, $160,000. 



Norwich Water Power Company. 

Edward Whiting, President, — acting as Agent, &c 
Capital, $80,000. 



RAIL ROADS, &C 



Hartford and New Haven Rail Road Company. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, President. 
Directors — Samuel J. Hitchcock, John S. Mitchell, 
lilip S. Galpin, William H. Elliott, John T. Clark, 



140 COMPANIES. 

New Haven; George Putnam, James Goodwin, Jr 
Hartford; Morris Ketchum, New York; Elisha A 
Cowles, Meriden. 

John T. Clark, General Agent. 
O. Pease, Secretary and Treasurer. 



New York, Providence and Boston Rail Road Company. 

Courtiandt Palmer, President. 
Francis Amy, Secretary. 



Housatonic Rail Road Company. 

Gideon Tomlinson, President. 

Wm. H. Noble, Secretary. 

Daniel Thatcher, Treasurer. 

R. B. Mason, Chief Engineer. 

Capital Stock, $800,000. 



New Haven and Northampton Canal Company. 

Dennis Kimberley, President. 
Nathaniel A. Bacon, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Eli Mix, 2d, Collector. 
George Hotchkiss, Wharfinger. 



Groton Monument Association. 

Charles Bulkley, President. 
Leonard H. Bulkley, Secretary. 
Noyes Barber, Treasurer. 



Hale Monument Association. 

Henry W. Ellsworth, President, 

John W. Boyington, Secretary. 

Ebenezer Root, Auditor. 



141 



COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES. 

YALE COLLEGE, NEW HAVEN. 

CORPORATION. 

Rev. Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. 

His Exc. William W. Ellsworth, ll. d. 

His Honor Charles Hawley. 

Rev. Daniel Smith, 

Rev. Calvin Chapin, s. t. d. 

Rev. David Smith, s. t. d. 

Rev. Matthew Noyes. 

Rev. Noah Porter, s. t. d. 

Rev. Daniel Dow. 

Rev. Aaron Dutton. 

Rev. AbelM'Ewen. 

Rev. Diodate Brockway. 

Hon. Peter Bierce. 

Rev. Samuel R. Andrew. 

Hon. Abraham D. Baldwin. 

Hon. George Spafford. 

Hon. Thomas Backus. 

Hon. Roger S. Baldwin. 

Hon. John Buckingham. 

Treasurer — Rev. Wyllys Warner. 
Steward — Caleb Mix, Esq. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev, Jeremiah Day, s. t. d. ll. d. President. 

Hon. David Daggett, ll. d. Kent Professor of Law. 

Benjamin Silliman, m. d. ll. d. Professor of Chemistry, 
°harmacy, Mineralogy and Geology. 

James L. Kingsley, ll. d. Professor of Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Eh Ives, m. d. Professor of the Theory and Practice of 
physic. 



142 COLLEGES. 

William Tully, m. d. Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics. 

Rev. Nathaniel W. Taylor, s. t. d. Dwight Professor 
of Didactic Theology. 

Jonathan Knight, m. d. Professor 'of the Principles 
and Practice of Surgery. 

Timothy P. Bears, M. d. Professor of Obstetrics. 

Josiah W. Gibbs, a. m. Professor of Sacred Literature. 

Samuel J. Hitchcock, Esq., Instructor in the Science 
and Practice of Law. 

Rev. Eleazer T. Fitch, s. t. d. Livingston Professor 
of Divinity. 

Rev. Chauncy A. Goodrich, s, t. d. Professor of Rhe t- 
oric and Oratory. 

Denison Olmsted, a. m. Professor of Natural Philoso- 
phy and Astronomy. 

Theodore D. Woolsey, a. m. Professor of Greek Lan 
guage and Literature. 

Charles Hooker, m. d. Professor of Anatomy and Phys 
iology. 

Anthony D. Stanley, a. m. Professor of Mathematics, 

Charles U. Shepard, a. b. Lecturer in Natural History, 

Nathan P. Seymour, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

Alfred Emerson, a. m. Tutor in Natural Philosophy 

Charles A. Gager, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

John L. Taylor, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

John Brocklesby, a. m. Tutor in Mathematics. 

Thomas A. Thacher, a. m. Tutor in Latin. 

James H. Howe, a. m. Tutor in Greek. 

Erasmus D. North, m. d. Instructor in Elocution. 

Francois Turner, Instructor in the French Language. 

Robert Bakewell, Instructor in Drawing and Per. 
spective. 

Evangelinus A. Sophocles, a. m. Instructor in Modern 
Greek. 

George E. Day, a. m. Assistant Instructor in Sacred 
Literature. 

Benjamin Silliman, a. b. Assistant to the Professor of 
Chemistry. 



143 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS* 

Silas Fuller, M. D. 
Thomas Miner, M. D. 
Luther Ticknor, M. D. 
Dyer T. Brainard, M. D. 
Earl Swift, M. D. 
Milo L. North, M. D. 

The Catalogue of 1838-9, exhibits the following 
Summary. 

Theological Students, .... 74 

Law Students, ----- 32 

Medical Students, 46 

Seniors, - 95 

Juniors, 102 

Sophomores, - - - - - 104 

Freshmen, 108 

Total, 561 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual Commencement is on the third Wednesday 
)f August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Six weeks, beginning at Commencement, the third 
Wednesday in August. 

2. Two weeks from the first Wednesday in January. 

3. Four weeks from the last Wednesday in April. 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE, HARTFORD. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d. President ex-officio. 
Rt. Rev. Thomas C. Brownell, s. t. d., ll. d 

Rev. Harry Croswell, s. t. d. 

Charles Sigourney, Esq. 

Richard Adams, Esq. 

Jonathan Starr, Esq. 

Hon. John S. Peters, ll. d* 

William H. Imlay, Esq. 

Samuel Tudor, Esq. 
10 



144 COLLEGES. 

Seth P. Beers, Esq. 
Rev. William Jarvis. 
Hon. Isaac Toucey. 
Samuel H. Huntington, Esq. 
Ward Woodbridge Esq. 
William W. Boardman, Esq. 
Rev. Smith Pyne. 
Rev. Frederick Holcomb, s. t/d. 
Rev. Stephen Jewett. 
Rev. George Burgess. 
William H. Scovill, Esq. 
Robert Watkinson, Esq. 
Thomas Belknap, Esq. 
Samuel H. Huntington, Esq., secretary of the Board. 
Thomas Belknap, Esq., Treasurer. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Silas Totten, s. t. d. President, and Hobert Pro- 
fessor of Belles Lettres and Oratory. 

J. Smyth Rogers, m. d. Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralogy. 

Duncan L. Stewart, a. m. Professor of Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy. 

Rev. Caleb J. Good, a. m. Professor of ancient Lan- 
guages. 

George Sumner, m. d. Professor of Botany. 

Hon. William W. Ellsworth, ll. d. Professor of Law. 

Rev. A. Jackson, a. b. Adjunct Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

Samuel B. Beresford, m. d. Lecturer on Anatcmy and 
Physiology. 

Rev. John Williams, a. m. Tutor. 

Rev. A. Jackson, Librarian. 

Summary from Catalogue of 1838-39. 

Resident Graduate, ... 1 

Seniors, ------ 18 

Juniors, 18 

Sophomores, 21 

Freshmen, 24 

Total, 82 



COLLEGES. 145 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The annual Commencement is on the first Thursday 
in August. 

VACATIONS. 

1. Seven weeks from Commencement. 

2. Two weeks from the Thursday before the 25th of 
December. 

3. Four weeks from the Thursday before the 12th of 
April. 



W ESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MIDDLETOWN. 

CORPORATION. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Laban Clark, Middletown. 

11 Heman Bangs, Hartford. 
Hon. Issac Kellogg, New Hartford. 
Aaron Sanford, Jr. Esq., Redding. 
James L. Phelps, m. d. New York. 
John L. Smith, Esq. Middletown. 
Rev. Wilbur Fisk. s. t. d., Middletown. 

" Joseph A. Merrill, Wilbraham, Mass. 
Hon. Abel Bliss. Wilbraham, Mass. 
Rev. John W. Hardy, Wilbraham, Mass. 

" Charles Sherman, Troy, N. Y. 

" C. D. Cahoon, Lyndon, Vt. 
Hon. Seth Sprague, Jr. Duxbury, Mass. 
William J. Trench, Esq. Middletown. 
Samuel Russell, Esq. Middletown. 
Hon, Elijah Hubbard, Middletown. 
Henry L. Dekoven, Esq. Middletown, 
Jonathan Barnes, Esq. Middletown. 
Hon. William" L. Storrs, Middletown. 1 
Samuel D. Hubbard, Esq. Middletown. 
Isaac Webb, Esq. Middletown. 



146 INSTITUTIONS. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Wilbur Fisk, s. t. d. President. 

Augustus W. Smith, a. m. Professor of Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy, and Astronomy. 

Rev. Daniel D. Whedon, a. m. Professor of Ancient 
Languages and Literature. 

Rev. Joseph Holdrich, a. m. Professor of Moral Science 
and Belles Lettres. 

Rev. Jacob F. Huber, a. m. Professor of Modern Lan- 
guages and Librarian. 

John Johnson, a. m. Professor of Natural Science. 

Rev. William M. Willett, Teacher in Hebrew. 

Willard M. Rice, a. b. First Tutor. 

Loren L. Knox, a. b. Second Tutor. 

Rev. Horace Bartlett, Steward. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The first Wednesday in August. 



SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, 

(Appointed by the Governor.) 

Hartford County, Henry Barnard, 2d, Esq. 

New Haven " Rev. Leland Howard. 

New London " Charles W. Rockwell, Esq. 

Fairfield " Hawley Olmsted, Esq. 

Windham " Hon. Andrew T. Judson. 

Litchfield " William P. Burr all, Esq. 

Middlesex " Rev. Wilbur Fisk. 

Tolland " John Hall, Esq. 



OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY 
OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, FOR 1838—9. 

[Founded at New Haven, 1799.] 

Benjamin Silliman, President. 
Vice Presidents — Noah Webster, James Murdockt 
Simeon Baldwin, James L. Kingsley. 



INSTITUTIONS. 147 

Council — Roger M. Sherman, William Tully, Denison 
Olmsted, Josiah W. Gibbs, Eleazar T. Fitch. 

Recording Secretary — Edward C. Herrick. 

Corresponding Secretaries — Jonathan Knight, Charles 
Hooker, Francis B. Winthrop. 

Treasurer — Wyllys Warner. 

Publication Committee — John H. Kain, Anthony D. 
Stanley, Aaron N. Skinner. 



EPISCOPAL ACADEMY, CHESHIRE. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., President, ex- 
officio. 

Rev. E. Edwards Beardsley, Principal, and Vice Presi- 
dent, ex officio. 

Asa J. Driggs, m. d., Secretary. 

John Beach, Treasurer. 



HARTFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

INSTRUCTORS. 

Theodore L. Wright, a. m., Principal. 

Assistants— John D. Post, John W. Northam, and I. 
Winter. 

Trustees — Hon. Nathaniel Terry, Hon. Thomas S. 
Williams, Daniel Wadsworth, Esq., Hon. Thomas Day, 
Rev. Joel Hawes, d. d., Alfred Smith, Esq., Thomas C. 
Perkins, Esq. 

Clerk and Auditor — Hon. Thomas Day. 

Committee of Trustees — Alfred Smith, Esq., Thomas 
C. Perkins, Esq. 



COMMENCEMENTS OF COLLEGES. 

Bowdoin, first Wednesday in September. 

Waterville, first Wednesday in August. 
1 Dartmouth, last Wednesday in July. 
I University of Vermont, first Wednesday in August. 
' Middlebury, third Wednesday in August. 



148 SOCIETIES. 

Norwich University, Wednesday before the third Thurs- 
day in August. 
Harvard, last Wednesday in August. 
Williams, third Wednesday in August. 
Amherst, fourth Wednesday in August. 
Brown University, first Wednesday in September. 
Yale, third Wednesday in August. 
Washington, first Thursday in August. 
Wesleyan University, first Wednesday in August. 



OFFICERS OF THE YALE NATURAL HISTO- 
RY SOCIETY, 1837—8. 
[Founded at New Haven, 1834.] 

William Tulley, President 
Council — B. Silliman, Eli Ives, J. Knight, E.G. Her- 
rick. 

Secretary and Treasurer — B. Silliman, Jr. 
Librarian — E. C. Herrick. 



CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

Silas Fuller, M. D. President. 
Elijah Middlebrook, M. D. Vice President. 
Luther Ticknor, M. D. Treasurer. 
Archibald Welch, M. D. Secretary. 

FELLOWS. 

Hartford County, 
Daniel Holt, M. D.— George Sumner, M. D.— J. D. 
Wilcox, — Horace C. Gillette, M. D. — Jairus Case. 
New Haven County. 
Josiah S. Hunt, M. D.— Charles S. Thompson, M. D. 
—Joel Canfield,— Wyllys Woodruff, M. D— Virgil M. 
Dow, M. D. 

New London County. 

Ralph Farnsworth, M. D. — William W. Miner, — Jo- 
seph Durfee, — Eleazer B. Downing, M. D. — Austin F. 
Perkins, M. D. 



SOCIETIES. 149 

Middlesex County. 
Thomas Miner, M. D. — Asa L. Spalding, M. D. — 
Frederick W. Shepard, M. D. 

Fairfield County. 
Jeremiah T. Denison, M. D. — Chauncey Ayres, M. 
D. — Justus Sherwood, M. D. — Rufus Blakeman, M. D. 
David H. Nash, M. D. 

Windham County. 
Elijah Baldwin, M. D.— Harvey Campbell, M. D.— 
Chester Hunt, M. D. — William A. Brewster, M. D. — 
Benjamin B. Spalding, M. D. 

Litchfield County. 
Benjamin Welch, Jr. M. D.— Samuel W. Gold, M. D. 
•—Myron Downs, M. D.— Charles H. Webb, M. D.— 
Erasmus D. Hudson, M. D. 

Tolland County. 
Earl Swift, M. D.— Joshua Blodget, M. D.— Alden 
Skinner. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Committee of Examination — Silas Fuller, m. d. ex of- 
ficio., Thomas Miner, m. d., Luther Ticknor, m. d., Dy- 
er T. Brainard, m. d., Earl Swift, m. d., Milo L, North, 

M. D. 

Committee to nominate Professors in the Medical In- 
stitution — Joseph Palmer, m. d., William S. Pierson, m. 
d., Andrew Harris, m. d., Sturges Bulkley, Isaac Good- 
sell, M. D. 

Committee to nominate Physician of the Retreat for the 
Insane — Thomas Hubbard, m. d., Eli Ives, m. d., George 
Sumner, m. d„ Eleazer B. Downing, m. d., Samuel W. 
Gold, M. D. 



GENERAL HOSPITAL SOCIETY OF 
CONNNECTICUT. 

Nathan Peck President. 
Thomas Hubbard,* Vice President. 



150 RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Amos Townsend, Jr., Treasurer. 

Virgil M. Dow, Secretary. 

William W. Boardman, Auditor. 

John Skinner, Agent. 

Charles Hooker, Agent for the United States' Marine ] 
Hospital. 

Directors chosen at the annual meeting, in May, 1838. I 
— Nathan Peck, Thomas Hubbard,* Timothy P. Beers, j 
Virgil M. Dow, John Skinner, John Beach, William i 
W. Boardman, John Babcock, Henry Peck, Samuel | 
Punderson. 

Visitors. — Wm W. Boardman, Elias Gilbert, Francis j 
B. Winthrop, Benjamin Beecher, Samuel Punderson, f 
Timothy P. Beers. 

Physicians and Surgeons. — Thomas Hubbard,* Eli 1 
Ives, Jonathan Knight, Virgil M. Dow, Timothy P. Beers, 1 
Charles Hooker. 

Prudential Committee. — Nathan Peck, Timothy P. | 
Beers, Virgil M. Dow. 

Commissioners. — His Excellency William W. Ells- 
worth, John Skinner, Zebul Bradley. 



RETREAT FOR THE INSANE. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, President. 
David Watkinson, Vice President. 
James Ward, Treasurer. 
Charles Sheldon, Secretary. 
Directors — James Ward, Joseph Trumbull, George 
Sumner, James B. Hosmer, John Butler, Thomas H. 
Gallaudet, Charles Sheldon, Jsaac D. Bull, John L. Corn- 
stock, Edward P. Terry, Thomas C. Perkins, Roderick 
Terry, John Olmsted, Leonard Bacon, Cyprian Nichols, 
Gaius Lyman, Thomas Day, John M. Niles. 

Visiting Physicians — Doctors George Sumner, John L. 
Comstock, John S. Peters, E. P. Terry, Thomas Hub- 
bard, Joseph Palmer. 

Female Visitors — Mrs. Brownell, Mrs. H. Hudson, 
Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mrs. R. Watkinson, and Mrs. 
George Sumner. 

* Deceased. 



151 



Physician — Dr. Silas Fuller. 
Steward — John H. Buell. 
Matron — Mrs. Buell. 
Assistant Matron — Miss Clarke. 



AMERICAN ASYLUM. 

Hon. Nathaniel Terry, President. 
Vice Presidents elected at the Annual Meeting, May 
12, 1838— Joseph Battel, Ward Woodbridge, Henry Hud- 
son, Thomas Day, Samuel Tudor, William Ely, Stephen 
Whitney, David Watkinson. 

Directors chosen May 12, 1838 — James Ward, Cha's 
Seymour, John Butler, James B. Hosmer, Barzillai Hud- 
son, Seth Terry, Thomas S. Williams, John Beach, 
Charles Goodwin, Russel Bunce. 

Barzillai Hudson, Secretary. 

James B. Hosmer, Treasurer. 

William Ely, Commissioner of the Fund. 

Instructors — Lewis Weld, A. M. Principal. 

Assistants — Laurent Clerc, William W. Turner, A. 

M., Joseph D. Tylor, A. M., Collins Stone, A. M., Jared 

A. Ayres, A. B., Henry B. Camp, A. B., Wilson Whi- 

ton, Edmund Booth, John O. David. 

John Beach and Charles Goodwin, Auditors of Accounts. 

William W. Turner, Steward. 

Lydia H. Peaslee, Matron. 



SOCIETIES. 



MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

Rev. T. Punderson, Rev. B. Tyler, D. D„ Rev. Sam'l 
Spring, and Rev. Leonard Bacon. 

TRUSTEES. 

Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., Seth Terry, Esq., Rev. 
jlNoah Porter, D. D., John Hall, Esq., Samuel J. Hitch- 
cock, Esq., Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, D. D., Rev. Timo- 



152 SOCIETIES. 

thy P. Gillett, Rev. Edward Bull, Thomas C. Perkins, 
Esq., Hon. Thomas S. Williams, Rev. Horace Bushnell, 
and Edward Goodwin, Esq. 

Francis Perkins, Esq., Treasurer. 
Rev. Horace Hooker, Auditor. 

Delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyte- 
rian Church. — Rev. Messrs. Noah Coe, *C. A. Good- 
rich, D. D. and Stephen Dodd. 

Sabstitutes- — Rev. Messrs. T. Smith, L. W. Griggs I 
and S. N. Shepard. 

Receivers of Money in their respective Associations. — I 
Messrs. N. Porter, J.Whittlesey, J. Atwater, G. Gran- 
ger, A. Bond, G. Hall, A. Brundage, A. Underwood, W. I 
W. Andrews, R. M. Chipman, D. D. Field and W. Ely. I 

The next Annual Meeting of the Association will be | 
holden at Danbury on the third Tuesday of June next | 

Trustees of the Everest Fund. — The following persons I 
were appointed Trustees of the Everest Fund : Rev. Al- 
len Mc Lean, Horace Cowles, Esq., Benjamin Ely, Esq. 1 
and Rev. Jairus Burt. 



OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF 
COMMISSIONERS OF FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

John Cotton Smith, LL. D. President. 

Stephen Van Rensselaer, LL. D., Vice President. 

Calvin Chapin, D. D., Recording Secretary. 

Charles Stoddard, Esq., Assistant Ditto. 

Samuel Hubbard, LL. D. 

Warren Fay, D. D. 

Hon. Samuel T. Armstrong. 

Charles Stoddard, Esq. 

John Tappan, Esq. 

Daniel Noyes, Esq. 

Rev. Nehemiah Adams. 



SOCIETIES. 153 

PRUDENTIAL COMMITTEE. 

Rev. Rufus Anderson, Rev. David Green, Rev. Wil- 
liam J. Armstrong. 

SECRETARIES FOR CORRESPONDENCE. 

Henry Hill, Esq., Treasurer. 
William J. Hubbard, Esq. ) A ,. 
Charles Scudder, Esq. J Auditors. 

DOMESTIC ATO FOREIGN MISSIONARY SO- 
CIETY OF THE P. E. CHURCH. 

Composed of all baptized persons in communion with 
that church. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d., ex-officio Pres- 
ident. 

Remaining Bishops, with thirty others chosen tri-annu- 
illy, and such as were made patrons before A. D. 1829, 
ompose the Board of Missions. 

Rev. Peter Van Pelt, Philadelphia, Secretary. 



CONNECTICUT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. Samuel Nott, D. D., President. 
Vice Presidents — Rev. Joel Hawes, D. D., John Hall, 
Ion. T. S. Williams, Henry Hudson. 

Edward Goodwin, Secretary. 
James R. Woodbridge, Treasurer. 
Directors — Rev. Joab Brace, Charles Hosmer, Rev. C. 
. Tenney, D. D. Rev. S. Bartlett, E. Terry, Rev. D. 
mith, D. D., Rev. H. Hooker, Rev. S. Spring, Rev. J. 
lartlett, Elisha Hart, Rev. G. A. Calhoun, Rev. I. N. 
Iprague, B. Hudson, R. Anderson, Rev. H. Bushnell, J. 
S. Hosmer, T. Day, Rev. O. E. Daggett. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Rev. J. Chaplin, d. d. President. 

I Rev. H. Jackson, Rev. R. Turnbull, Rev. L. Meach, 
fice Presidents. 

| Rev. A. M. Smith, Secretary. 

II Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 



154 SOCIETIES. 

BAPTIST GENERAL TRACT SOCIETY. 

William Denison, President. 
Matthew Bolles, Israel Robords, Vice Presidents. 
Jonathan G. Collom, Secretary. 
Matthew Bolles, Treasurer and Agent, [deceased.] 
J. B. Gilbert, Auditor. 

Joseph W. Eaton, Enoch E. Chase, Truman O. Judc 
William Biddle and William Bowen, Trustees. 



OFFICERS OF THE BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

Rev. Henry Jackson, President. 
Rev.'Gurdon Robins, Rev. James H. Linsley, Vic< 
Presidents. 

Rev. Henry Wooster, Secretary. 
Joseph W. Dimock, Esq., Treasurer. 
^ Trustees — Rev. John Cookson, Rev. Robert Turnbull 
Rev. Levi Meach, Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, d. d., Rev 
George B. Atwell. 



Board of Trustees for the Connecticut Baptist Literary 
Institution 

Julius S. Shailer, Principal. 
Trustees — Jeremiah Chaplin, John Cookson, Luther 
Loomis, Loomis Sheldon, Robert Turnbull, Henry Jack- 
son, Edward Bolles, Albert Day, Philemon Canfield, 
Hezekiah Spencer, Waterman Roberts, Levi Meach, 
Joseph B. Gilbert, Nathan Wildman, Charles L. Roberts, 
Martin Sheldon, George Mitchell, James H. Linsley, J. G< 
Collom, Henry Wooster, Russel Jennings. 



BAPTIST SABATH SCHOOL SOCIETY. 

Dea. George Read, President. 
Rev. A. Gates, Rev. N. E. Shailer, Rev. N. Wildman,; 
Vice Presidents. 

Rev. B. Cook, Jr., Secretary. 
Dea. G. Rogers, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 155 

OFFICERS OF THE CONNECTICUT BAPTIST 
CONVENTION. 

Rev. John Cookson, President. 

Rev. Henry Jackson, Vice President. 

Rev. Robert Turnbull, Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Henry Wooster, Recording Secretary. 

Dea. Joseph B. Gilbert, Treasurer. 

Dea. Albert Day, Auditor. 

Trustees. — E. L'H. Chamberlain, H. R. Knapp, L. 
Meach, A. M. Smith, G. Read, J. G. Collom, S. Shai- 
ler, I. R. Stewart, F. Wightman, E. Cushman. 



EPISCOPAL COVENTIONAL MEETINGS. 

Convention of Connecticut meets annually, 2d Tues- 
day in June. Rev. , Secretary. 

General Convention of Protestant Episcopal Church 
neets trianually, at such time and place as are fixed up- . 
m at the preceding meeting. — Meets next at New York, 
3ctober, 1841. 

Bird Wilson, d. d., Secretary of the House of Bishops. 

Henry Anthon, d. d., Secretary of the House of Dele- 
gates, 



GENERAL PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SUN- 
DAY SCHOOL UNION. 

Rt. Rev. A. V. Griswold, d. d., ex-officio President. 

Other Bishops, Vice Presidents. 

John W. Mitchell, Treasurer. 

Rev. F. H. Cumming, Secretary. 

Rev. Wra. Staunton, Special Agent. 

Louis Sherman, Business Agent. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Rev. James Milnor, d. d., Rev. J. F. Shroeder, d. d., 
lev. F. L. Hawks, d. d., Rev. Lot Jones, Rev, Benjamin 
. Knight, Rev. L. P. Bayard, d. d., Charles Keeler, John 
V. Mitchell, William R. Wads worth, Henry J. Seymour, 
Charles J. Aldis, Wm. M. Benjamin. 

Depository, 28 Ann street, New York. 



156 SOCIETIES. 

BISHOPS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN TH I 
UNITED STATES. 

Right Rev. Alexander V. Griswold, d. d. Eastern Die 
cese, Presiding Bishop. 

Richard C. Moore, d. d., Virginia. 

Nathaniel Bowen, d. d., South Carolina. 

Philander Chase, D. d., Illinois. 

Thomas C. Brownell, d. d., ll. d., Connecticut. 

Henry U. Onderdonk, d. d., Pennsylvania. 

William Meade, d. d., Assistant, Virginia. 

d. D., Maryland. 

Benjamin T. Onderdonk, n. d., New York. 

Levi S. Ives, d. d., North Carolina. 

John H. Hopkins, d. d., Vermont. 

Benjamin B. Smith, d. d., Kentucky. 

Charles P. Mcllvaine, d. d., Ohio. 

George W. Doane, d. d., New Jersey. 

James H. Otey, d. d., Tennessee. 

Jackson Kemper, d. d., Mississippi, Indiana, and' Mis 
souri. 

Samuel A. McCosky, d, d., Michigan. 

Leonidas Polk, d. d., Missionary Bishop, Arkansas. 

Wra. H. Delancey, d. d. Bishop elect, ofWestern N. Y 
■ — 

STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL I 
CHURCH IN CONNECTICUT. 

* Rev. Harry Croswell, d. d., Rev. Samuel F. Jarvis, d. d 
Rev. Lemuel B. Hull, Rev. Seth B. Paddock, Rev. George 
Burgess. 



COMMITTEE FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS. 
Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d., Chairman. 



Rev. Benj. C. Cutler, D. d., 
Rev. M. Eastburn, d. d., 
Rev. James Milnor,D. d., 
Rev. John M. Forbes, 



Lewis Curtis, 
J. F. Depeyster, 
H. J. Seaman, 
F. S. Winston. 



Office, No. 114, White-street, New York. 

Rev. John A. Vaughan, Secretary and General Agent. 

Charles J. Aldis, Bank of America, N. York, Treasurer. 



SOCIETIES. 157 

COMMITTEE FOR DOMESTIC MISSIONS. 

Rt. Rev. B. T. Onderdonk, d. d., Chairman. 
Rev. Lot Jones, D. A. Cushman, 

Rev. John M'Vickar, d. d., Murray Hoffman, 
Rev. William Richmond, G. C. Morgan, 
Rev. William R. Whitting- B. L. Wolley. 
ham, d. d., 

Office, 115 Franklin street, New York, 
Rev. Jas. D. Carder, Secretary and General Agent. 
James Swords, Esq. 152 Broadway, New York, Trea- 



SILK SOCIETY. 

A National Silk Society is formed at Baltimore. The 
officers are : 

President — Dr. Arnauld Naudain. 
Vice Presidents — Judge Comstock, of Connecticut ; 
Judge Hooper, of Md. ; Samuel Whitemarsh, of Mass. ; 
'(James Wintson, of Va. ; Philip Physic, of Pa. ; J. F. Cal- 
llan, of D. C. ; Dr. George Green, of N. J. 

Treasurer — J. O. Law, of Maryland. 
| Corresponding Secretary — Gideon B. Smith, of Md. 

Recording Secretary — Dr. C. C. Cox, of Md. 
| Any properly organized Silk Company or Associa- 
tion may claim a perpetual membership in the American 
Bilk Society, by the payment oi $20 into the Treasury in 
idvance, and will be entitled to two representatives in 
he annual meeting of the Society. 



HARTFORD ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. 

A, M. Collins, President. 

P. Canfield, James M. Bunce, Vice Presidents. 

Daniel Burgess, Corresponding Secretary. 

Henry L. Bidwell, Recording Secretary. 

Silus Andrus, Treasurer. 
Board of Managers — James B. Gilbert, Enoch C. 
tanton, Samuel Chapman, David Marshall, Henry Bur- 



158 SOCIETIES. 

AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. 

President, — Arthur Tappan, New York City. 

Vice Presidents, — Samuel Fessenden, Maine ; George 
Kent, New Hampshire ; Rowland T. Robinson, Ver- 
mont ; Francis Jackson, Massachusetts ; Perez Clark, 
Rhode Island ; John T. Norton, Connecticut ; Gerrit 
Smith, New York ; William R. Weeks, New Jersey ; 
Abraham L. Pennock, Pennsylvania ; Samuel C. An- 
drews, Ohio ; John Needles, Maryland ; Ziba Ferris, 
Delaware; Nathaniel Field, Indiana; David Nelson, Il- 
linois ; Robert Stuart, Michigan ; Samuel F. Phoenix, 
Wisconsin ; James A. Thome, Kentucky. 

Corresponding Secretaries, — Jame3 G. Birney, Elizui 
Wright, Jr., Henry B. Stanton, New York City. 

Recording Secretary, — Joshua Leavitt, New York 
City. 

Treasurer, — John Rankin, New York City. 



Officers of the Hartford County Association for 
the Improvement of Common Schools. 

William W. Ellsworth, President. 

Vice Presidents — Nathan Johnson, Jesse Olney, John 
T. Norton, Charles A. Goodrich, A. C. Washburn, Eras- 
tus Ellsworth. 

Secretaries — Jos. Whittlesey, Porter H. Snow, Isaac 
W. Plummer, Edward Hoskins. 



NORWICH TOWN HIGH SCHOOL. 

Directors — Captain Bela Peck, James Stedman, Esq. 
Erastus Huntington, Esq., Henry Strong, Esq. 
C. Tracy, a. b., Principal, 

t TEACHERS. 

H. C. Swift, Principal Female Department. 

H. N. Tracy, " Primary " 

John Avery, Assistant Teacher, 



159 



ARTICLES 

Received too late for insertion in their proper places. 



THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF 
CONNECTICUT. 

Located at East Windsor. 
Incorporated in May, 1834. 

TRUSTEES. 

. Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d., Samuel Pitkin, Rev. Daniel 
Dow, Samuel Lyman, Rev. Caleb J. Tenney, d. d., 
Rev. Timothy P. Gillett, John R. Woodbridge, Rev. 
Frederick Marsh, Rev. Nath Hewit, d. d., Rev. Abner 
Brumlage, Eliphalet Terry, Rev. Joseph Harvey, d. d., 
Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Seth Terry, Rev. George A. Cal- 
houn, Hon. Eli B. Haskell, Rev. Samuel Spring, George 
Goodwin, Jr., Erastus Ellsworth, Richard E. Selden, Jr. 
Rev. Chauncey G. Lee, Rev. William Ely, Rev. Samuel 
H. Ridell. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Bennet Tyler, d. d., President, and Professor of 
Christian Theology. 

Rev. Jonathan Coggswell, Professor of Ecclesiastical 
[History. 
1 Rev. Asahel Nettleton, Professor of Pastoral Duty. 



CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY. 

Rt. Rev. T. C. Brownell, d. d. ll. d., ex-officio Presi- 
dent. 

Directors— Rev. Silas Totten, a. m., Samuel H. Hunt- 
jigton, George Beach, Thomas Belknap, William T. Lee, 
)udley Buck, Zephaniah Preston. 

Rev. George Burgess, Secretary. 
I James M. Goodwin, Treasurer. 

11 



160 SOCIETIES. 

Progressive increase of the Capital of the School Fund, 
since 1st of June, 1825. 

Amount of Capital on the first of June, 1825, as re- 
ported to the General Assembly in 1826, was, 

1,719,434 24 
Amount as reported to May 1828, 1,877,615 10 

Amount as reported to May 1829, 1^882,261 68 

Amount as reported to May 1831, 1,902,957 87 

Amount as reported to May 1833, 1,929,738 50 j 

Amount as reported to May 1835, 2,019,920 89 

Amount as reported to May 1837, 2,027,402 49 



MASONIC OFFICERS. 

GRAND LODGE OF CONNECTICUT. 

M. W. Dyer T. Brainard, Grand Master. 

It. W. Aner Bradley, Deputy Grand Master. 

" Henry Peck, Senior Grand Warden. 

" Horace Goodwin, 2d, Junior Grand Warden. 

11 Laban Smith, Grand Treasurer. 

" Eliphalet G. Storer, Grand Secretary. 

ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

M. E.William H, Ellis, G. H. P. 

« Horace Goodwin, 2d, £). G, H. P. 

*« Phineas Lord, G, King. 

«* Anson T. Colt, G. Scribe. 

" Laban Smith, G. Treasurer. 

» Eliphalet G. Storer, G. Secretary. 

" Justin Redfield, Grand Marshal. 



Norwich and Worcester Railroad Company . 

John A. Rockwell, President. 
Thomas Robinson, Agent. 
James T. Richards, Treasurer. 



Saybrook Deposite Fund. 

George Pratt, Agent. 
S. M. Pratt, Treasurer. 



L 



GOVERNORS. 161 

GOVERNORS 
Of the several States and Territories, with the commence- 
ment and duration of their respective terms of office, 
and their salaries while holding the same. 

State and Ter. Governors. Com. Bur. Sal. 

Maine, John Fairfield, Jan. 1838 1 yr. $1500 

N. Hampshire, Isaac Hill, June 1838 1 " 1200 

Vermont, S. H. Jennison, Oct. 1838 1 " 750 

Massachusetts,Edward Everett, Jan. 1838 1 " 3666 

Rhode Island, William Sprague, May 1838 1 " 400 

Connecticut, Wm. W. Ellsworth,May 1838 1 " 1100 

New. York, Wm. H. Seward, Jan. 1838 2 " 4000 

New Jersey,* W. S. Pennington, Oct. 1838 1 " 2000 

Pennsylvania, David R. Porter, Dec. 1838 3 " 4000 

Delaware, C. P. Comegys, Jan. 1836 3 " 1333 

Maryland,* W. Grayson, Jan. 1838 1 « 3500 

Virginia,* David Campbell, Jan. 1837 3 " 3333 

N. Carolina,* Edw. B. Dudley, Jan. 1838 1 » 2000 

S. Carolina,* P. M. Butler, Jan. 1838 2 « 3500 

Georgia, George R Gilmer, Nov. 1837 2 « 3000 

Alabama, Arthur P. Bagby, Jan. 1837 2 " 2000 

Mississippi, Alex. G. McNutt, Dec. 1837 2 " 2500 

Louisiana, E. D. White, Jan. 1835 4 " 7500 

Tennessee, Newton Cannon, Oct. 1837 2 " 2000 

Kentucky, James Clark, Sept 1836 4 " 2000 

Ohio, Wilson Shannon, Dec. 1838 2 » 1200 

Indiana, David Wallace, Dec. 1837 3 " 1000 

Illinois, Thomas Corbin, Jan. 1838 4 » 1000 

^Missouri, L. W. Boggs, ' Nov. 1836 4 " 1500 
(Arkansas, James S. Conway, Feb. 1836 
Michigan, S. T. Mason, Aug. 1838 

TERRITORIES. 

Florida, Rich K. Call, Ap'l 1834 2500 

(Wisconsin, Henry Dodge, 1836 2500 

I * In the five States marked with a star, the Governors 

are elected by the Legislature, and in the others by the 
jjpeople. 

1 The Governors of Territories are appointed by the 
President and Senate of the United States. 



162 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 



PRESIDENT, 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, of New York. 
Salary, $25,000 per annum. 

VICE PRESIDENT, 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, of Kentucky. 
Salary, $5,000 per annum. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 

John Forsyth, Secretary. Salary per annum, 
Aaron O. Dayton, Chief Clerk, 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Levi Woodbury, Secretary, 
Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 
Albion K. Parris, Second Comptroller, 
Jesse Miller, First Auditor, 
William B. Lewis, Second Auditor, 
Peter Hagner, Third Auditor, 
John C. Pickett, Fourth Auditor, 
Stephen Pleasanton, Fifth Auditor, 
John Campbell, Treasurer, 
Thomas L. Smith, Register, 
H. D. Gilpin, Solicitor, 
Felix Grundy, Attorney General, 
James L. Whitcomb, Com. Gen. Land Office, 
Hudson M. Gardiner, Rec. Gen. Land Office. 
Matthew Berchard, Solicitor Gen. Land Office. 
Henry L. Ellsworth, Com. Patent Land Office, 
Robert M. Paterson, Director of the Mint. 
Charles K. Gardner, Auditor of the Treasury for 
the Post Office Department. 

WAR DEPARTMENT. 

Joel R. Poinsett, Secretary, 

Adjutant GeneraVs Office, 
Roger Jones, Colonel and Adjutant General. 

Postmaster General's Department. 
Nathan Towson, Paymaster General. 



$6,000 
2,000 

$6,000 
3,500 
3.000 
3,000 
3.000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 
3,500 
3,000 



3,000 



6,000 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



163 



Ordinance Department. 
George Bomford, Colonel. 

Suhsistance Department. 
George Gibson, Brigadier General. 

Quartermaster General's Office. 
T. S. Jessup, B. G. and Q. M. G. 

Office of the Indian Affairs. 

Crawford, Commissioner, 6,000 

Pension Office. 
John L. Edwards, Commissioner, 2,000 

Engineer Department. 
Colonel Totten, Chief Engineer. 

Navy Department. 
J. K. Paulding, Secretary. 6,000 

Post Office Department. 
Amos Kendall, Post Master General. 6,000 



LIST OF THE UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, President of the 
Senate. 



Maine. 




New York. 




John Ruggles, 


1841 


N. P. Tallmadge, 


1839 


Ruel Williams, 


1839 


Silas Wright, Jr. 


1841 


New Hampshiri 




New Jersey. 




Henry Hubbard, 


"l841 


Samuel L. Southard, 


1839 


Franklin Pierce, 


1843 


Garret D. Wall, 


1841 


Massachusetts. 




Pennsylvania. 




John Davis, 


1841 


James Buchannan, 


1843 


Daniel Webster, 


1839 


Samuel McKean, 


1839 


Connecticut. 




Delaware. 




(John M. Niles, 


1839 


Richard H. Bayard, 


1841 


(Perry Smith, 


1843 


Thomas Clayton, 


1839 


Rhode Island. 




Maryland. 




pehemiah R. Knight, 


1841 


John S. Spence, 


1841 


A.sher Robbins, 


1839 


Merrick, 


1839 


Vermont. 




Virginia. 




Samuel Prentiss, 


1843 


William C. Rives, 


1839 


benjamin Swift, 


1839 


William H. Roane, 


1843 



164 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



North Carolina 




Kentucky. 




Bedford Brown, 


*1841 


Henry Clay, 


1843 


Robert Strange, 


1839 


John J. Crittenden, 


1841 


South Carolina. 




Ohio. 




John C. Calhoun, 


1841 


William Allen, 


1843 


William D. Preston, 


1843 


Thomas Morris, 


1839 


Georgia. 




Indiana. 




Alfred Cuthbert, 


1843 


Oliver H. Smith, 


1843 


Wilson Lumpkin, 


1839 


John Tipton. 


1839 


Alabama. 




Illinois. 




Clement C. Clay, 


1843 


John M. Robinson, 


1849 


WiUiam R. King, 


1839 


Richard M. Young, 


1839 


Mississippi. 




Missouri. 




Thomas H. Williams, 


1845 


Thomas H. Benton, 


1839 


Robert J. Walker, 


1841 


Louis F. Linn, 


1843 


Louisiana. 




Arkansas. 




Alexander Mouton, 


1843 


William S. Fulton, 


1842 


Robert C. Nicholas, 


1841 


Ambrose H. Sevier, 


1842 


Tennessee. 




Michigan. 




Hugh L. White, 


1841 


Lucius Lyon, 


1842 


Ephraim II . Foster, 


1839 


John Norvell, 


1842 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Maine. 
Hugh J. Anderson, Timothy J. Carter, Edward Robin- 
son, Thomas Davee, George Evans, John Fairfield, Jo- 
seph C. Noyes, Francis O. J. Smith. 8. 
New Hampshire. 
Charles G. Atherton, Samuel Cushman, James Far- 
rington, Joseph Weeks, Jared W. Williams. 5. 
Massachusetts. 
John Quincy Adams, Nathaniel B. Borden, George N. 
Briggs, William B. Calhoun, Caleb Cushing, Richard 
Fletcher, George Grennell, Jr., William S. Hastings, Le. 
vi Lincoln, Wm. Parmenter, Leveret Saltonstall, John 
Reed. 12. 

Rhode Island. 
Robert B. Cranston, Joseph L. Tillinghast, 2. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 165 

Connecticut. 
Elisha Haley, Orrin Holt, Samuel Ingham, Lancelot 
Phelps, Isaac Toucey, Thomas T. Whittlesey. 6. 
Vermont. 
Heman Allen, Horace Everett, Isaac Fletcher, Hiland 
Hall, William Slade. 5. 

New York. 
John T. Andrews, Bennett Bicknell, Samuel Birdsall, 
John C. Brodhead, Isaac H. Bronson, Churchill C. Cam- 
breleng, Timothy Childs, John C. Clark, John I. DeGraff, 
John Edwards, Millard Fillmore, Henry A. Foster, Albert 
Gallup, Abraham P. Grant, Hiram Gray, Ogden Hoffman, 
Thomas B. Jackson, Nathaniel Jones, Gouverneur Kem- 
ble, Arphaxed Loomis, Richard P. Marvin, Robert Mc- 
Clellan, Charles F. Mitchell, Ely Moore, William H. 
Noble, John Palmer, Amasa J. Parker, Luther C. Peck, 
Zadock Pratt, John H. Prentiss, David Russell, Mark H. 
Sibley, James B. Spencer, William Taylor, Obadiah Titus, 
Abraham Vanderveer, Henry Vail, Cyrus Beers, Harvy 
Putnam, Edward Curtiss. 40. 

New Jersey. 
John B. Aycrigg, William Halstead, John P. B. Max- 
well, Joseph F. Randolph, Charles C. Stratton, Thomas 
Jones Yorke. 6. 

Pennsylvania. 

William Beatty, Richard Biddle, Andrew Buchanan, 

Edward Darlington, Edward Davies, Jacob Fry, Jr., 

Robert H. Hammond, Thomas Henry, Edward B. Hubley, 

John Klingensrnith, Jr., Henry Logan, Charles McClure, 

Thomas M. T. McKennan, Matthias Morris, Samuel W. 

Morris, Henry A. Muhlenberg Charles Naylor, Charles 

Ogle, Lemuel Painter, David Petrikin, Arnold Plumer, 

, David Potts, Jr., William W. Potter, Luther Reily, John 

| Sergeant, Daniel Sheffer, George W. Toland, David D. 

Wagener. 28. 

Delaware. 
John J. Milligan. 1. 

Maryland. 

John Dennis, Benjamin C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, 



166 REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Cost Johnson, Isaac McKim, James A. Pearce, 
Francis Thomas, John T. H. Worthington. 8. 
Virginia. 

Andrew Beirne, James W. Bouldin, Walter Coles, 
Robert Craig, George C. Dromgoole, James Garland, 
George W. Hopkins, Robert M. T. Hunter, Joseph John- 
son, John W. Jones, Francis Mallory, James 3$f. Mason, 
Charles F. Mercer, William S. Morgan, John M. Patton, 
Isaac S. Pennybacker, Francis C. Rives, John Robertson, 
Archibald Stewart, John Talliafero, Henry A. Wise, Linn 
Banks. 21. 

North Carolina. 

Jesse A. Byrnum, Henry W. Connor, Edmund De- 
berry, James Graham, Micajah T. Hawkins, James J. 
McKay, William Montgomery, Abraham Rencher, 
Samuel T. Sawyer, Augustine H. Shepperd, Charles 
Shepard, Edward Stanly, Lewis Williams. 13. 

South Carolina. 

John Campbell, Franklin H. Elmore, John K. Griffin, 
Hugh S. Legare, Francis W. Pickens, John P. Richard- 
son, R. Barnwell Rhett, Waddy Thompson, James 
Rogers. 9. 

Georgia. 

Jesse F. Cleaveland, William C. Dawson, Thomas 
Glascock, Seaton Grantland, Charles E. Haynes, Hop- 
kins Holsey, Jabez Jackson, George W. Owens, George 
W. B. Towns. 9. 

Kentucky. 

John Calhoun, John Chambers, William J. Graves, 
James Harlan, Richard Hawes, Richard H. Menefee, 
John L. Murray, John Pope, Edward Rumsey, Wm.'W. 
Southgate, Joseph R. Underwood, John White, Sherrod 
Williams. 13. 

Tennessee. 

John Bell, William B. Campbell, William B. Carter, 
Richard Cheatham, John W. Crockett, Abraham P. 
Maury, Abraham McClellan, James K. Polk, Ebenezer 
J. Shields, William Stone, Hopkins L. Turney, Joseph 
L. Williams, Christopher H. Williams. 13. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 167 

Ohio. 
James Alexander, Jr., John W. Allen, William Key- 
Bond, John Chaney, Thomas Corwin, Alexander Dun- 
can, Patrick G. Goode, Alexander Harper, William H. 
Hunter, Daniel P. Leadbetter, Samson Mason, Calvary 
Morris, Joseph Ridgway, Matthias Shepler, Taylor 
Webster, Elisha Whittlesey, C. D. Coffin, Joshua R. 
Giddings, Henry Swearingen. 19. 

Louisiana. 
Rice Garland, Henry Johnson, Eleazer W. Ripley. 3. 

Indiana. 
RatliffBoon, George H. Dunn, John Ewing, William 
Graham, William Herod, James Hariden, Albert S. 
White. 8. 

Mississippi. 
John F. H. Claiborne, Samuel J. Gholson. 2. 

Illinois. 
Zadock Casey, William L. May, Adam Snyder. 3. 

Alabama. 
Reuben Chapman, G. W. Caabb, Dixon H. Lewis, 
Francis S. Lyon, Joshua L. Martin. 5. 
Missouri. 
Albert G. Harrison, John Miller. 2. 

Arkansas. 
Archibald Yell. 1. 

Michigan. 
Isaac E. Crary. 1. 

Florida Territory. 
Charles Downing, Delegate. 

Wisconsin Territory. 
James Duane Doty, Delegate. 

Iowa Territory. 
Chapman, Delegate. 

Hugh A. Garland, Clerk of the House. 



168 JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

JUDICIARY DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Held at Washington on the 2d Monday in Jan. annually. 



Roger B. Taney, Chief Justice, 


salary, 


$5,000 


Joseph Story, Asso 


Justice, 


do 


4,500 


S. Thompson, 


do 


do . 


4,500 


John McLean, 


do 


do 


4,000 


Henry Baldwin, 


do 


do 


4,500 


James M. Wayne 


do 


do 


4,500 


Philip P. Barbour, 


do 


do 


4,500 


William Catron, 


do 


do 


4,500 


John M'Kinley, 


do 


do 


4,500 


Felix Grundy, Attorney General, 


do 


3,500 


Richard Peters, jr., Reporter of Decisions, 


1,000 


Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk 


salary, 


Fees of office. 


John Hunter, Marshal. 









UNITED STATES COURTS. 

February, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
April, Circuit — New Haven, last Wednesday. 

May, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

August, District — New Haven, 4th Tuesday. 
September, Circuit — Hartforo^ 17th day.* 
November, District — Hartford, 4th Tuesday. 

*When this day occurs on Sunday, the session com- 
mences on the following Monday. 



DISTRICT COURT OF CONNECTICUT. 

Andrew T. Judson, Judge. Wm. S. Hollabird, At- 
torney. Charles A. Ingersoll, Clerk. N. Wilcox, Ber- 
lin, Marshal. Erastus Osborn, New Haven, Deputy 
Marshal. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 1G9 

OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS. 

New London — I. W. Crawford, Col. ; Elijah Ames, 
Dep. ; John French, Surveyor ; Thomas Mussey, Ins. ; 
Benjamin Pomeroy, Surveyor, Stonington. 

Middletown — Noah A. Phelps, Col. ; L. Hubbard,Dep. 
and Insp. ; Dan. Burrows, Surveyor, Middletown ; Wm. 
Willard, do, Saybrook; W. Conner, do, Hartford ; S. R. 
Dickinson, Inspector. 

New Haven— Wm. H. Ellis, Col ; W. Durand, Sur ; 
Eh Mix, John Graham, W. Myers, Henry Ward, Noyes 
Darling, New Haven ; Cha's. Elliott, Guilford and Madi- 
son ; D. B. Leete, Branford and Sachem's Head ; Alfred 
Mallett, Milford and Derby, Inspectors. 

Fairfield — S. Simmons, Col ; D. B. Nichols, Ins. 



REVENUE CUTTERS. 

Wolcott, Connecticut ; Andrew Mather, Capt. Henry 
Prince, jr., 1st Lieut, — Stephen Thatcher, 2d Lieut. 

Underwood, 3d Lieut. — Vigilant, Rhode Island ; H. 

N. Tracy, 1st Lieut. Com't. Stephen Cornell, 2d Lieut. 
Francis B. Wright, 3d Lieut. — Rush, from New York to 
New Haven ; Wm. W. Polk, Capt. John Besse, 1st Lt. 
Peter Storer, 2d Lt. Blyden Ledge, 3d Lt. 



FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Ministers, Charges des Affaires, tyc. <J-c, of the United 
States in Foreign Countries. 

England. — Andrew Stevenson, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. Theodore S. Fay, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

France. — Lewis Cass, Minister Plenipotentiary. — 
Charles E. Anderson, Secretary of Legation. 

Russia. — George M. Dallas, Minister. 

Prussia. — Henry Wheaton, Minister. 

Constantinople. — David Porter, Charge d' Affaires. 

Spain.— John H Eaton, Minister, Arthur Middleton, 
jr., Secretary of Legation, 



170 FOREIGN MINISTERS. 

Portugal. — Edward Kavanagh, Charge d' Affaires. 
Netherlands. — Auguste Davezac, Charge d' Affaires. 
Belgium. — Virgil C. Maxcy, Charge d' Affaires. 
Sweden and Norway. — Christopher Hughes, Charge 
d' Affaires. 

Denmark. — John F. Woodside, Charge d' Affaires, 

Mexico. . 

Colombia. . 

Brazil, — William Hunter, Charge d' Affaires. 
Texas. — Alsee La Branche, Charge d' Affaires. 
Buenos Ayres.— - Thomas Lumpkin, Consul. 
Central America. — A. Williamson, Charge d' Affaires. 
Pernambuco. — Joseph Ray, Consul. 
Chili. — Richard Pollard, Charge d'Affaires, 

Peru. Picket, Charge d'Affaires. 

Greece. — James Wilkin, Consul, Syra Island. 

Tunis. — Samuel D. Heap, Consul. 

Tripoli.— D. S. McCauley, Consul. 

Morocco. — James R. Leib, Consul. 

China. — Peter W. Snow, Consul, Canton. 

Sandwich Islands. — John C. Jones, Commercial Agent. 



Ministers, Charges des Affairs, fyc. <$*c„ of Foreign 
Powers in the United States. 

France. — M. Edward Pontais, Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary. George Krehmer, Sec- 
retary of Legation. 

Great Britain. — Henry Stephen Fox, Envoy Extraor- 
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Chas. Bankhead, 
Esq., Secretary of Legation. 

Spain. — D. A. C. Calderon, Envoy Extraordinary. 

Russia. — M. Bodisco, Minister. M. Smirnove, at- 
tache. 

Austria. — Baron de Lederer, Consul General. 

Prussia. — Baron de Roenne, Minister. 

Portugal. — Joaquin Cesar de Figamere e Morao, Charge 
d'Affaires and Consul General. 

Denmark. — Stein Anderson Bille, Charge d'Affaires. 

Sweden and Norway.— Chevalier S. Lorich, Consul 
General and Charge d'Affaires, 



ARMY LIST. 171 

ARMY LIST. 

Alexander Macomb, Major-general comm'g the army. 

Edmund P. Gaines, brigadier general, maj. gen. brev. 

Winfield Scott, brigadier gen. maj. gen. brevet. 

Thomas S. Jessup, brigadier gen. and qr. master gen. 

Col. George Gibson, com. gen. subsis. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. John E. Wool, inspector gen. brig. gen. brev. 

Col. George Crogan, inspector general. 

Roger Jones, adjutant general, col. brev. 

Major Henry Whiting, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 

Major Truman Cross, quartermaster, It. col. brev. 

Major Henry Stanton, quartermaster. 

Gen. Nathan Towson, paymaster general. 

Callender Irvine, com. gen. of purchases. 

Maj. Jas. H. Hook, Capt. J. P. Taylor, commissaries. 



NAVY LIST. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE NAVY. 

Isaac Chauncey, President — Charles Morris, Alexan- 
der S. Wadsworth. 

Captains. — James Barron, Charles Stewart, Isaac 
Hull, Isaac Chauncey, Jacob Jones, Charles Morris, 
Lewis Warrington, William M. Crane, James Biddle, 
Charles S. Ridgely, Daniel T. Patterson, John Downes, 
Jesse D. Elliott, Stephen Cassin, James Renshaw, Alex- 
ander S. Wadsworth, George C. Read, Henry E. Bal- 
lard, David Deacon, Samuel Woodhouse, , 

E. P. Kennedy, Alexander J. Dallas, John B. Nich- 
olson, Jesse Wilkinson, T. Ap Catesby Jones, Wm. 
C. Bolton, Wm. B. Shubrick, Alexander Claxton, C. W. 

| Morgan, Lawrence Kearny, Foxhall A. Parker, Edward 
R. McCall, Daniel Turner, David Conner, John Galla- 

I gher, Thomas H. Stevens, William M. Hunter, John D. 

| Sloat, Matthew C. Perry, Charles W. Skinner, John T. 

I' Newton, Joseph Smith, Lawrence Rousseau, George W. 

I Storer, Beverly Kennon, Edward R. Shubrick, Francis 
H. Gregory.— -48. 






172 NAVY LIST. 

Commanders. — John H. Clack, P. F. Voorhees, Benj. 
Cooper, D. Geisinger, R. S. Stockton, Isaac McKeever, 
J. P. Zantzinger, Wm. D. Salter, C S. McCauley, T. M. 
Newell, E. A. F. Valletta, W. A. Spencer, T. T. Webb, 
John Percival, John H. Aulick, W. V. Taylor, Mervine 
P. Mix, Bladen Dulany, Silas H. Stringham, Isaac Mayo, 
William R. Latimer, William Mervine, Thomas Crabb, 
Edward B. Babbit, James Armstrong, Joseph Smoot, 
Stephen Champlin, Thomas Paine, Samuel L. Breese, 
Benjamin Page, Jr., John Gwinn, Thomas W. Wyman, 
Andrew Fitzhugh, Abraham S. Teneick, John White, 
Hiram Paulding, Jonathan D. Williamson, Uriah P. 
Levy, Charles Boarman, French Forrest, William E, Mc 
Kenney, William J. Belt, William Jamesson, William 
Boerum, Charles L. Williamson, Charles Gauntt, William 
Ramsay, Ralph Voorhees, Henry Henry, S. W. Down- 
ing, Henry W. Ogden, E. Ridgeway, T. A. Conover, A. 
S. Campbell, John C. Long, John H. Graham, J. M. Mc 
Intosh, Josiah Tattnall, Hugh N. Page, William Inrnan. 
—60. 

The Navy of the United States consists of 12 ships of 
the line rating 74 guns; 16 frigates of 44 guns; 3 
frigates of 36 guns ; 16 sloops of war, rating 24 and 18 
guns ; 8 schooners, rating 12 guns, 2 brigs, 1 steam ship. 

In November, by the report of the Secretary of the 
Navy, the vessels attached to foreign stations, were as 
follows : 

Mediterranean, — Ship of the line Ohio, — frigate Con- 
stitution, — sloop Cyane. 

West Indies,— -Sloops Vandalia — Boston — Ontario — 
Erie — Natchez — Levant — schooner Grampus. 

Coast of Brazil, — Razee Independence, — sloop Fair- 
field, — brig Dolphin. 

Pacific, — Ship of the line North Carolina, — sloops 
Lexington — Falmouth, — schooners Boxer — Enterprise. 

East Indies, — Frigate Columbia, — sloop John Adams. 

Exploring Expedition, — Sloops Vincennes — Peacock 
i — Store ship Relief, — brig Porpoise, — schooners Flying 
Fish and Sea Gull — tenders. 

The frigate Macedonian, — sloop Warren, preparing 
at Norfolk for the West Indies. 



INDEX. 




Am. Acad, of Arts, 146 — 7 


Commissioners on 




American Asylum, 


151 


Thames Channel, 


62 


Almanac, 


11 


Union Company, 


62 


Associations, 152 — 8 


Farmington Canal, 


62 


Attorneys, 




Conn. River Co., 


62 


Hartford County, 


31 


Appoint to take ack. 




New Haven, 


34 


of Deeds, &c, 


63 


New London, 


38 


To distribute Arms, 


105 


Fairfield, 


41 


Companies, 118 — 


-119 


Windham, 


44 


Congressional district. 




Litchfield, 


47 


ing Law, 


63 


Middlesex, 


50 


Conn. Government, 




Tolland, 


51 


Executive, 


23 


B. 




Senate, 


23 


Banks, 125- 


-136 


Representatives, 24- 


-27 


State Directors, 


137 


Judicial and Civil, 


28 


Baptist Societies, 154 — 5 


Hartford County, 


28 


Bible Societies, 


153 


New Haven, 


32 


Bishops, 


156 


New London, 


35 


Boroughs, 123- 


-124 


Fairfield, 


39 


C. 




Windham, 


42 


Canvass of votes for 




Litchfield, 


45 


Governor, &c. 


106 


Middlesex, 


48 


Cities, 




Tolland, 


50 


Hartford, 


120 


Courts, 


23 


New Haven, 


120 


Superior and Coun- 




New London, 


121 


ty, 11- 


-23 


Norwich, 


122 


(See Calend. pages.; 




Middletown, 


122 


Probate, 52- 


-54 


Bridgeport, 


123 


D. 




Clergy, 114—119 


Districts, Congressional, 


65 


Colleges, 141- 


-146 


Senatorial, 


64 


Commencements, 


147 


Distances from Wash- 




Commissioners on 




ington, 


7 


Roads, 


57 


Directors, 




Bridges, 


61 


Farmington Canal, 


119 


Ferries, 


61 


State Prison, 


6Q 



174 



E. 

Eclipses, 3 

Elector's Meeting, 10 

Episcopal Sun. School 

Union, 155 

Missionary Society, 153 

Convent. Meetings, 155 

Scholarship Society, 159 

F. 

Foreign Miss. Sos. 152-3 

Domestic, 153 

G. 

Governors, 161 

H. 
Hospital, State, 149 

I. 
Insurance Companies, 

137, 138, 139 
J. 
Judge Advocates, 105 

L. 
Literary Institutions, 

146-48 

M. 

Masonic, 160 

Medical Examiners, 143 

Society, 148 

Militia, 72-105 

Missionary, 151 

Monuments, Groton, 140 

Hale, 140 

N. 
Natural History So. 148 
Notaries public, 54 

P. 
Pension Agent, 105 

Postage, rate, 112 



Post-Offices and Post- 
masters, 107—112 

Retreat, for Insane, 150 

Railroad Companies, 

N. York, Pr. and B. 140 

Hartford and N. H. 139 

Housatonic, 140 

Norwich and Wore. 160 
S. 

Surveyors, Con. 106 

State Hospital, 63 

Societies — Silk, Ma- 
sonic, Anti-Slave- 
ry and Imp. Com- 
mon Schools, 148-58 
T. 

Tables-High Water, 4 

Roads, * 5 

Gold Coins, 8 

Interest, 10 

Theological Institute, 164 

Town Officers. 66-71 

Tract Society, 154 
U. 

United States Calendar. 

U. S. Executive, 162 

Judicial, 168 

Senate, 163 

Representaitves, 164 

Army, 171 

Navy, 171 
Ministers, &c. 

Abroad, 169 

Foreign, 170 

Courts, 168 

Customs, 169 

Cutters, 169 



\ 



Mercantile Al manacle, 

for 1839. 



^ * 


^ . 


4$ *« ts g *» v £ 
c S Z ^ s !* s 


i f 1 1 f # 

g £ 22 1? S -S 


CO ^ S E bi Hs CO 

1 t 1 I 1 


III It 


• 1 1 I 1 1 I 

JAN ,12 3 4 5 


1, . r II II 

JULY 


6 7 8 9 10 It 12 


15 3 4 5 


13 14 15 16 17 18 19 j 7 8 9 10 11 12 


20 21 22 23 24 25 26 j H 15 16 17 18 19 


27 28 29 30 31 21 22 23 24 25 26 


FEB 1 2 28 29 30 31 


3 4 5 6 7 8 9 AUG 1 2 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 4 5 6 7 8 9 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 | 11 12 13 14 15 16 


24 25 26 27 28 


18 19 20 21 3d 13 


MARCH I 2 


25 26 27 28 29 30 


3 4 5 6 7^9 


SEPT 


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 


12 3 4 5 6 


17 18 19 20 21 22 23 


8 9 10 11 12 13 


24 25 26 27 28 29 30 


15 16 17 18 19 20 


3i 


22 23 24 25 26 27 


APRIL 


29 30 


1 2 3 4 5 6* 


OCT 12 3 4 


j 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 


6 7 ,8 9 10 11 


14 15 16 17 18 19 2C 13 ] , 16 17 18 


21 22 23 24 25 2(i 27 


3Q 21 22 23 24 25 


28 29 30 


27 28 29 30 31 


MAY 1 2 3 4 


> r OV 1 


5 6 l 7 8 9 10 1 t 


3 4 5 6 7 8 


12 ,13 14 15 16 17 18 


10 11 12 13 14 15 


19 20 21 22 23 24 25 


17 18 19 20 21**2 


26 27 28 29 30 31 


24 25 26 27 23 c 29 


JUNE . 


DEC 


2 3 4 5 6 7 8 


12 3 4 5 6 


9 10 11 12 13 14 15 


8 9 10 11 12 13 


16 17 18 19 20 21 22 


15 16 17 18 19 20 


23 24 25 26 27 28 29 


22 23 24 25 26 27 


30 29 30 31 



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Entered according to Act of Congress, 1832, by 

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Eclipses daring the year 1840. 

There will be four Eclipses this year, in the following 
order : 

I. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, February 17, 1840, at 
9h 15m in the morning, invisible. 

II. An annular Eclipse of the Sun, March 3, at llh 
50m in the afternoon, invisible. The path of this eclipse 
begins in the Indian sea, and crosses Asia, through Ara- 
bia, Persia, and Chinese Tartary, and terminates in the 
Pacific ocean, near Kamtschatka. 

III. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, August 13, visible 
in Connecticut. 

h m 
Beginning 1 11 ) Morning. 

Middle 2 36 V 

End 4 1 ) Mean time. 

Magnitude of the Eclipse, 7 digits on the Moon's north- 
ern limb. 

IV. A total Eclipse of the Sun, August 27, at 2h 24m 
in the forenoon, invisible. 

The path of this Eclipse crosses the southern part of 
Africa, and then traverses the Indian ocean in a south- 
easterly direction, a O'f *0^O*J*/f 

The planet 9 Venus will be the morning star until July 
18th, after which it will be the evening star. It will not 
be very bright at any time this year. 

THE SEASONS.* 

Spring commences March 20. 
Summer commences June 20. 
Autumn commences Sept. 22. 
Winter commences Dec. 21. 



A TABLE 

Showing the difference of High Water at several 
places from New London. 

The sixth column of each monthly page shows the 
time of high water at New London, New York, Eliza- 
belhtown Point, Tarpaulin Cove, Cnpe Henlopen, Cock- 
spur in Georgia, and Brunswick, in North Carolina — to 
which if you add and subtract as in the annexed table, 
you will have the time of high water at the following 
places. A. shows that the annexed quantity of time 
must be added — S. substracted — H. stands for hours — 
M. for minutes. 



NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


NAMES OF PLACES. 


H. M. 


Amboy, 


s. 


5 


Newburyport, 


A. 


2 45 


Annapolis, Md. 


s. 


2 


New Haven, 


A. 


2 00 


Annapolis, Novs 


.A. 


3 


New Providence, 


S. 


1 25 


New Bedford, 


S. 


1 12 


Norwich Landing 


,A. 


45 


Boston, 


A. 


2 15 


Penobscot, 


A. 


3 


Cape Ann, 


A. 


2 45 


Pensacola, 


S. 


1 


Cape Fear, 


S. 


1 


Philadelphia, 


A. 


4 20 


Casco Bay. 


A. 


2 15 


Piscataway, 


A. 


2 40 


Charleston Bar, 


S. 


2 20 


Plymouth, 


A. 


1 45 


Fairfield, 


A. 


2 


Port Royal, S: C. 


S. 


30 


Frederica, 


S. 


1 


Portsmouth, 


A. 


2 45 


Georgetown Bar 


, s. 


2 2a 


Providence, 


s. 


1 


Guilford, 


A. 


1 30 


Quebec, 


A. 


3 


Halifax, 


A. 


3 


Rhode Island, 


s. 


45 


Hell Gate, 


A. 


30 


Salem, 


A. 


2 45 


Hartford, 


A. 


2 20 


Sandy [Took, 


A. 


55 


Huntington, 


A. 


2 


Savann h, 


S. 


1 12 


Ipswirh, 


A. 


2 45 


Saybrook, 


A. 


15 


Jamestown, 


A. 


50 


St. Augustine, B. 


s. 


1 25 


Louisburg, 


A. 


3 


St. Johns, Newf. 


A. 


3 


Main Ocoan, 


S. 


45 


Tyboc Bar, 


A. 


15 


Mobile Point, 


A. 


6 


Williamsburg, Va 


A. 


2 15 


Nantucket, 


s. 


1 30 


Wilmington, N.C 


.A. 


2 15 



ROADS. 



ROADS. 



Old Road frfitn 
New Yor 
To Cambridge 
Water town 
Wall ha in 
Weston 
Sunbuiy 
Marlborough 
Northboroogh 
Shrewsbury 
Worcester 
Leicester 
Spencer, 
Brookfield, 
Weston 
Pa hner 
Wilbraham 
Springfield! 
Suffieid 
Windsor 
Ran lord 
Berlin 
IVleriden 
Wallin«ford 
New Haven 
Milford 
Stratford 
Bridgeport 
Vail field 
Saugatuc 
N 01 walk 
Darien 
Stamford 
Horse neck 
Rye 

East Chester 
West Farms 
Hailaein Bridge 
New- York 



Boston to 
*. 

3 
4 

M 

A 

10 



From Boston lo Hart'd. 123 
Hartford to N. York 112 

Whole distance 235 



Hartford lo Windsor, VI. 
Springfield 23 

Northampton 19 

Deerfield 28 

Putney 23 

Charlestown 20 

Windsor 18 

New- London to Newport. 
Westerly |5 

Tower Hill 25 

Naraganset Ferry 3 

Newport 7 

New-York lo Washington* 
Princeton 52 

Philadelphia 94 

Wilmington 128 

-msquehannah (Havre) 158 
Baltimore 192 

Gents 214 

Washington 227 

Post Road from Boston to 
Hartford. 
Farmington 20 

Worcester J8 

Sturbridge 18 

Stafford 16 

Vernon 12 

Hartford 14 

Turnpike from New London 

to Providence and Boston. 
Mystic, Williams's 7£ 

N. Stonirigtou, Miner's 8j 
Hnpkinton City 2£ 

West Greenwich, Blake's 15 
Providence 16£ 



Boston 

Whole distance 
From New-London to . 
wich and Boston. 
To MontviHe 
Norwich 
Jewett'sCity 
Plainfteld 
Sterling 
Scituate 
Providence 
Attleborough 
Walpole 
bed ham 
Boston 



ROADS. 

42 Glastenbur)', Welles's 10 
Hartford 4 3-4 

Total 42 3-4 

From Hartford to Albariy. 



Total 100 
From Boston to Portland 

Lynn 1 

Salem 12 

Ipswich 7 

Newburyport 12 

Hampton 15 

Portsmouth 10 

Kennebeck 29 



Portland 



2T 



Total 119 
New-London to N. Haven. 

Lyme 16 
Saybrook 

Killingworth 8 

Guilford 9 

Brandford, 9 

New Haven 8 

Total Si 
New-London to Hartford. 

MontviHe, 8 

Salem, 6 

Colchester, 6 

Mailbofough, 8 



Avon 

N. Hartford 

Winchester 

Norfolk 

Sheffield 

Great Harrington 

W, Stockbridge 

N. Canaan 

Chatham 

Nassau Village 

Schodack 

Albany, Skinner's 



10 

10 
8 
8 

14 
6 

10 
8 
6 
4 
6 
6 



Total 94 

New Turnpike Road from N. 
Haven to Norwich and 
Providence, R. !• 

From N. H. by N. Bran- 
ford to Essex Ferry 30 

Essex Ferry to Salem 
cross roads 9£ 

Thence to Norwich city 10| 



Total 



50 



From Norwich by Preston 

& Vol unto wn to Prov. 58 

Thence to Boston 42 | 

Total 100 
From Albany to Buffalo. 

Schenectady 16 

Amsterdam 16 

Johnston 16 

Palatine 14 

Herkimer 17 

Uiica, Shepard'8 16 

Vernon 19 

Manlius 24 



ROADS. 

Marcellus 17 Windham 

Skeneateles 10 Hartford 

Auburn 6 

Cayuga 4 

Geneva 5 

Gorham 10 

Canandaigua 6 

East Bloomfield 6 

West Bloomfield 5 

Lima 5 Avon 3 8 

Caledonia 7 

Batavia 18 

Buffalo 36 
From Canandaigua to Ni- 
agara Falls, 

Genesee River 27J 

Batavia 27 

Buffalo Creek 36 

Niagara Falls 21J 

112 

From Providence to Harlfd 

Plainfietd 30 



74- 



14 

30 



16 
15 
14 
16 
84 



Post Road from Hartford to 

Providence. 
ManchesterlO Coventry 
Mansfield 7 Ashford 8 
Killingly Centre, 
Gloucester 3 Scituate 
Providence 

Total 694 

Middle Road from Boston to 

Hartford. 
Dedham 10 

Pomfret 47 

Hartford 40 

97 

From Hartford to N. Haven, 

through Middletown. 
Middletown 15 

Northford 12 

New Haven 39 — 11 



Distances from Washington to the Capitals of all 
the States — JWain Post Road. 

Southern Route, 
Richmond, Va 



Northern Route. 
To Baltimore 
Wilmington, Del. 
Philadelphia 
Trenton, N. J. 
New York 
New Haven 
Middletown 
Hartford 
New London 
Norwich 
Providence 
Boston 

Portsmouth, N. H. 
Montpelier, Vt. 
Portland, Me. 
Eastport 



38] Richmond, Va. 123 

111 Fayettville, N. C. 348 

137 Columbus, Ohio, 418 

170 Charleston,^. C. 544 

227 Frankfort, Ken. 565 

304 Tndianapolis, Ind. 603 

329 Savannah, Geo. 657 

336 Murfreesboro' Ten. 708 

360 Vandalia, Illinois, 781 

373 St. Louis, Miso. 856 

410 Tuscaloosa, Alab. 850 

436 Monticello, Missis. 1233 

492 New Orleans, Lou. 1200 

534 Tallahassee, Florida. 896 
554 Littie Rock, Arkansas, 1068 

8681 Detroit, Michigan, 526 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



A TABLE OF GOLD COINS, 

Calculated and arranged according to the actual use at 
the United States Mint, for estimating the Value of 
Gold. \ . 







Grains Standard Standard 


Names of Coins. 


Weight. 


ofpure 


before 1st 


after 1st 






gold. 


Aug.1834 


Aug.1834 


BRAZIL. 


pwt.gr 




$ c. m. 


$ c. m. 


Johannes, half in pro- 










portion, 


18 




16 


17 06 8 


Dobraon, 


34 12 


759 


30 66 6 


32 71 4 


Dobra, - 


18 6 


101 5 


16 22 2 


17 30 5 


JVloidore, half in pro- 










portion. - 


6 22 


152 2 


6 14 9 


6 56 


Crusado, 


16i 


15 8 


59 8 


63 8 


ENGLAND. 










Guinea, half in propor- 










tion, - 


5 91 


118 7 


4 79 6 


5 11 6 


Sovereign, half in pro- 






- 




portion, - 


5 3i 


113 1 


4 57 


4 87 5* 


Seven shilling piece, 


1 19 


39 6 


1 60 


1 70 6 


FRANCE. 










Double Louis, coined 










before 178t>, 


10 11 


224 9 


9 68 7 


9 69 4 


Louis, do. - 


5 5'i 


Lis 4 


4 54 1 


4 84 4 


Double Louis, coined 










since 1786, 


9 20 


212 6 


8 59 


9 16 3 


Louis, do. 


4 22 


106 3 


4 29 5 


4 58 1 


Double Napoleon, or 










40 francs, 


8 7 


179 


7 23 2 


7 71 3 


Napoleon, or 20 francs, 


4 3* 


89 7 


3 62 4 


3 86 6 


COLOMBIA. 










Doubloons, 


17 8f 


360 5 


14 5G 


15 53 8 



WEIGHT AND VALUE OF GOLD COINS. 



TABLE OP COINS-Continued. 



Names of Coins. 



MEXICO. 

Doubloons, shares in 
proportion, 

PORTUGAL. 

Dobraon, 

Dobra, 

Johannes, 

Moidore, half in pro- 
portion, - 

Piece of 16 testoous or 
1G00 rets, - 

Old Crusado, 4^0 do. 

New do. 480 do. 

Milree coined 1775, 

SPAIN. 

Quadruple pistole, or 
doubloon, 1772. doub- 
le, si ngle and shares in 
proportion, - 

Doubloon. 1801, - 

Pistole, 1801, - 

Coronilla gold dollar. 
or V intern, 1801, 

U. STATES OF AMERICA. 

Eagle coined before Ju- 
ly 31, 1834, - 

Ea^le coined after July 
31, lb34, shares in 
proportion, 



Weight 



Grains Standard Standard 
of pure before 1st after 1st 
gold. Aug.1834 Aug.1834 



pwt.gr. 

17 8A 

34 12 

18 6 

18 

6 22 

2 6 
15 
16* 
19! 



17 8i 
17 9 
4 8i 

1 3 
11 6 
10 IS 



c. m 

360 514 56 

59 130 66 6 

401 5 16 22 2 

16 



c. m. 

15 53 8 

32 II 4 
17 35 6 
17 06 9 



152 2 

49 3 

13 6 

14 8 

18 1 



437 2 

360 5 

80 1 

22 g 



247 5 



6 14 9 

1 99 2 
54 9 
59 8 
73 2 



15 03 

14 56 

3 64 

92 1 



10 



232 



6 56 

2 12 

58 
63 

78 



16" 03 3 
15 53 8 

3 88 3 

98 2 



10 66 8 



10 



10 TABLE OF INTEREST. 

TABLE OF SIMPLE INTEREST, 

IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, AT SIX PER CENT. 



Principal 



1 w.'| ] m.| 3n>.i bm. |1 yr. 





E 


.c.| 


D. C. 


D. C.| 


1>. c. 


D. C. 


Cents 


1010 0.0 













201 0|0 













30 


00 








,0 1 




40 











1 


2 




50 











2 


3 


Dollars 


1 








1 


3 


6 




2 





1 


3 


6 


12 




3 





1 


4 


9 


18 




4 





2 


6 


12 


24 




5 





3 


7 


15 


30 




10 


1 


5 


15 


30 


60 




2G 


2 


10 


SO 


60 


1 20 




30 


3 


15 


45 


90 


1 80 




40 


5 


20 


60 


1 20 


2 40 




50 


6 


25 


75 


1 50 


3 




100 


12 


50 


1 50 


3 


6 




200 


25 


1 


3 


6 


12 




300 


37 


1 50 


4 50 


9 


18 




400 


50 


2 


6 


12 


24 




500 


62 


2 50 


7 50 


15 


30 


1000 


1 25 


5 


15 


30 


60 o 



O" To find the interest of any particular sum for any 
certain time, multiply the sum by the number of months, 
take one half of the product, and you will find the two 
right hand figures to be cents — the remainder, on the 
left hand, are dollars, which is the answer. If there be 
cents in the sum, after you have multiplied as above, you 
will find the two right hand figures to be fractions, the 
two next cents, and the remainder in dollars. 

ELECTORS' MEETINGS 

Are annually holden in the several towns on the 

FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. 



January hath 31 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



© 4th, 4h 33m e. 
) 12th, 3h 10m m. 



i 18th, 7h 46m e. 
26th, 8h 4?m m. 



Calendar, &c. 



<y)r. | ©8.jF.sea| r. ) s. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



$ set 6h 53m e. 

h 6 €) • runs l° w 
Day break 5h 42m 
Tp rise 5h 25m m. 
Full tides 

$ d <D Epiphany 
? r. 3h 58m m. 
6 gr. elon. £in perihe. 
O slow cl'k 7m 
IX rise 2h 26m m. 
Day's length 9h 14m 
£ sets 6h 54m e. 
7^s south 8h 
Day break 5h 37m 

(f) runs high 
f? r. 4h 44m m. 

If. rise lh 56m m. 
Day's length 9h 28m 
& slow cl'k 11 Jm 

2 rise 4h 25m m. 
11 rise lh 36m m. 
Day's length 9h 40m 

U 6 €) 

O slow clock 13m 

h 6 ) 

Day br 5h 28m > low 

$ set 6h 57m e. 



7 28i 


4 32 


6 21 


7 28 


4 32 


7 ll 


7 27 


4 33 


8 3 


7 27 


4 33 


8 57 


7 26 


4 34 


9 49 


7 26 


4 34 


10 40 


7 25 


4 35 


1. 29 


7 25 


4 35 


aft. 15 


7 24 


4 36 


1 


7 24 


4 36 


1 45 


7 23 


4 37 


2 31 


7 22 


4 38 


3 20 


7 21 


4 39 


4 13 


7 21 


4 39 


5 10 


7 20 


4 40 


6 12 


7 19 


4 41 


7 21 


7 18 


4 42 


8 22 


7 18 


4 42 


9 2< 


7 17 


4 43 


10 19 


7 16 


4 44 


11 9 


7 15 


4 45 


11 55 


7 14 


4 46 


morn. 


7 13 


4 47 


39 


7 12 


4 48 


1 20 


7 11 


4 49 


2 2 


7 10 


4 50 


2 44 


7 9 


4 51 


3 28 


7 8 


4 52 


4 14 


7 7 


4 53 


5 3 


7 6 


4 54 


5 55 


7 5 


4 55 


6 48 



4 50 

5 51 

6 47 
sets. 

5 27 

6 34 

7 42 

8 52 

10 2 

11 12 
morn. 

23 

1 37 

2 54 

4 11 

5 27 

6 32 
rise. 

5 50 

7 4 

8 15 

9 22 

10 26 

11 30 
morn. 

33 

1 36 

2 39 

3 40 

4 39 

5 31 



CALENDAR OF THE COURTS 

IN THIS STATE ARRANGED MONTHLY. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Hartford, last Tuesday. At New Haven and 

Brooklyn, 4th Tuesday. 

County Court — At Fairfield, 1st Tuseday. 



February hath 29 days, beginning on Saturday. 





© 


3d, 9h 12m m. 


t§^ 17th, 9ii bm m. 


> lOrh, llh 17m m. 


( 2:*d, 6h 3m m. 


M.|W. 


| Calendar, &c. |g/ r.|<g* s. F.sea) r. Js. 


""1 


7 


$ f) |7 4 4 56 


7 41 


6 16 


St 


E 




7 3 


4 57 


8 33 


6 54 


3 


2 


2/ south 6h m. 


7 2 


4 58 


9 23 


sets. 


4 


3 


4 6 <D 


7 1 


4 59 


10 11 


6 41 


5 


4 


Full tides 


6 59 


5 1 


10 58 


7 51 


6 


5 


2/ n © Purif. B V. M. 


6 57 


5 3 


U 43 


9 2 


7 


6 


4 sets 7h e. 


6 56 


5 4 


aft- 


10 14 


8 


7 


Day br. 5h 16m 


6 55 


5 5 


1 1* 


11 29 


9 


E 




6 54 


5 O 


2 9 


morn. 


10 


2 


% r. Oh 40m m. 


6 53 


5 7 


3 4 


46 


t] 


3 


Days length lOh 18m 


6 51 


5 9 


4 3 


2 2 


12 


4 


(f) runs hiah 


6 50 


5 10 


5 5 


3 16 


13 


5 


Yl rise 3h 8m e. 


6 49 


5 11 


6 8 


4 21 


14 


G 


? r. 4h 52m m. 


6 48 


5 12 


7 9 


5 16 


15 


7 


© slow clock 14^m 


6 46 


5 14 


8 6 


5 59 


16 


E 


J c5 J# Septuages. 


6 45 


5 15 


8 58 


6 33 


17 


2 


@ eel. invis. at N. Lond. 


6 44 


5 16 


9 46 


rise. 


18 


3 




6 42 


5 18 


10 3) 


7 3 


19 


4 


rT sets 7h e. 


6 41 


5 19 


tl 13 


8 8 


20 


5 


Day br. 4h 59m 


6 40 


5 20 


11 55 


9 13 


21 


6 


11 south 5h m. 


6 38 


5 22 


morn. 


10 10 


22 


7 


Washington born 1732 


6 37 


5 23 


37 


11 22 


23 


E 


2f c5 ) Sexages. 


6 36 


5 24 


1 21 


morn. 


24 


2 


$ in sup. d # 


6 34 


5 26 


2 6 


25 


25 


3 




6 33 


5 27 


2 54 


1 27 


26 


4 


T7 c5 €) €) runs low 


6 32 


5 28 


3 45 


2 27 


27 


5 


use llh 38m m. 


6 30 


5 30 


4 37 


3 23 


2-; 


6 


3 slow clock 13m 6 29 


5 31 


5 3(5 


4 10 


29/7(9 6 <D 16 28 


5 32 


6 22 


4 49 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. Middletown, 4th 

COUNTY COURT. 

At New London [a] 2d Tuesday. 



do. 



jxM.An.vu ii. un 01 uays. 

) 10th, 6h2lm e. 



Deginnmg on Sunday. 



® I7th, 11h'44m e. 
C 26th lh 55m m. 



Calendar, &c. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

Jl 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

27 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



>f 



M4-r. llh2bmE. Quin 

2 Day br. 4h 45m 

3 | 2 eclipsed, invisible 

4 4 station. J* d € 

5 ~) slow clock 12m 

6 Day's length llh 22m 

7 ? 4 south 4h m. 

d 1 S. Lent tf sets 7h 

IE) rutins high 

^ south 6h m. 
? rise 5h m. 

% rise lOh 30m e. 
Day br. 4ti 29m 

Day's length llh 54m 
Full tides 
gi\ elon. 

% 6 © 
Ij. south 3h m. 
© slow clock 7m 
h> c5 ® 
D runs low 

h rise Oh 28m m. 
?2 south 5h m. 
station. 
Daybreak 4h 8m 
?2 station 

9 6 ® 



I © r. © s 




SUPERIOR COURT, 

At Norwich, 3a Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

H, A ,V B l° } l y 1' ls ' Tu "day. New Haven, 3d do- 
Hartford, 4th do. Tolland, 4th do. 



April hath 30 days, beginning on Wednesday. 



© 2d, i Oh 34m m. 
<§) 9th, lh 35m m. 



£ 16th, 3h 8m e. 
(§> 24th, 7h 0m e. 



m.[w.! Calendar, &c. ( 3 r.|{v> s.|F. sea| r.#s. 


1 


4 


Ode? 


5 43 


6 17 


8 13 


5 1 


2 


5 


c? d ® 


5 42 


6 18 


9 2 


sets. 


3 


6 


Q slow clock 3m 


5 41 


6 19 


9 52 


8 12 


4 


7 


% south 2h m. 


5 39 


6 21 


10 48 


9 33 


5 


D 


5 S. in Lent 9 d J# 


5 38 


6 22 


11 47 


10 51 


6 


2 


($) runs high 


5 36 


6 24 


aft. 50 


morn. 


7 


5 


9 in inf. c5 © 


5 35 


6 25 


1 54 


5 


8 


4 


Day br. 3h 52m 


5 34 


6 26 


2 56 


1 7 


9 


5 


Day's length 12h56m 


5 32 


6 28 


3 55 


1 57 


10 


6 


$ set 6h 58m e. 


5 31 


6 29 


4 48 


2 37 


11 


7 


T? south 4h m 


5 30 


6 30 


5 37 


3 7 


12 


D 


Palm Sund. 


5 28 


6 32 


6 22 


3 32 


13 


2 


%. rise 8h 25m e. 


5 27 


6 33 


7 5; 


3 53 


14 


3 


9 rise 4h 53m m. 


5 26 


6 34 


7 47 


4 12 


15 


4 


O <'Q cl. 


5 24 


6 36 


8 28 


4 31 


16 


5 


J? ri«e Hh4mE. 


5 23 


6 37 


9 11 


rises. 


17 


6 


Good Friday. Full tides 


5 22 


6 38 


9 55 


7 59 


18 


7 


lid © 


5 21 


6 39 


10 41 


9 2 


19 


D 


East Sun. ^southlhin. 


5 19 


6 41 


11 30 


10 14 


20 


2 


h 6e> 


5 18 


6 42 


morn. 


11 2 


21 


3 


if) runs low- 


5 17 


6 43 


20 


11 55 


22 


4 


Day br. 3h 24m 


5 15 


6 45 


1 12 


morn* 


23 


5 


Day's length 13h 32m 


5 14 


6 46 


2 3 


40 


24 


6 


11 rise 7n 35m e. 


5 13 


6 47 


2 53 


I 18 


25 


7 




5 12 


6 48 


3 42 


1 50 


26 


D 


1 S. aft.E. 6 9 


5 11 


6 49 


4 29 


2 17 


27 


2 


fp south 3h m. 


5 9 


6 51 


5 15 


2 40 


28 


3 




5 8 


6 52 


6 1 


3 1 


29 4 


© fast clock 3m 


5 7 


6 53 


6 48 


3 23 


30 5 1 ? £ g) 


5 6 


6 54 


7 38 


3 47 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Tolland, 3d Tuesday. At Fairfield, Tuesday 
following 1st Monday. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At Haddam, Tuesday following 1st Monday. At 
Ljtchfield, second Tuesday. 



May hath di days, beginning on rnday. 



© 1st, 7h 19rn e. 
f) 8th, lOh 3m m, 

© 31st, 



.1 



f| 16th, 6h 43m m. 
9 24th, 8h 37m si. 
h 28m m. 



m.|w.| Calendar, &c. | 


<v)r.|<v) s.|F.sea|r.^s. 


1 


6 


UD 


5 5 


6 55 x 8 31 


sets. 


2 


7 


Day break 3h 5m 


5 3 


6 57 


9 30 


8 25 


3 


D 


%-SO 


5 2 


6 58 


10 33 


9 44 


4 


2 


$ 6 ® €> runs high 


5 1 


6 59 


11 39 10 54 


5 


3 


gr. elong. 


5 


7 


aft. 45 


11 52 


6 


4 


Gen.Assem.meet at New 


4 59 


7 1 


1 47 


morn. 


7 


5 


© fast cl. 4m [Haven . 


4 57 


7 3 


2 44 


37 


8 


6 


? rise 4h 6m m. 


4 56 


7 4 


3 35 


1 12 


9 


7 


Day's length 14h 10m 


4 55 


7 5 


4 21 


1 39 


10 


D 


\l south 2h m. 


4 54 


7 6 


5 5 


2 1 


11 


2 




4 53 


7 7 


5 46 


2 20 


12 


3 


% sets 4h 28m m. 


4 52 


7 8 


6 27 


2 38 


13 


4 




4 51 


7 9 


7 9 


2 57 


14 


5 


Day br. 2h 48m 


4 50 


7 10 


7 53 


3 18 


15 


6 


u i m 


4 49 


7 11 


8 38 


3 43 


16 


7 


11 south llh e. 


4 48 


7 12 


9 26 


rise. 


17 


D 


Full tides 


4 47 


7 13 


10 16 


8 55 


18 


2 


h 6 €) €) runs low 


4 46 


7 14 


11 7 


9 50 


19 


3 




4 45 


7 15 


11 58 


10 37 


20 


4 


T? rise 8h 42m e. 


4 44 


7 16 


morn. 


11 17 


21 


5 


fast clock 4m 


4 43 


7 17 


49 


11 51 


22 


6 


$ rise 4h 25m m. 


4 42 


7 18 


1 37 


morn. 


23 


7 




4 42 


7 18 


2 24 


19 


24 


D 


Roga. S. Yi south lh m. 


4 41 


7 19 


3 9 


43 


25 


2 


Krfi) 


4 40 


7 20 


3 53 


1 4 


26 


3 


Day's length 14h 42m 


4 39 


7 21 


4 38 


1 24 


27 


4 


06 ? 


4 39 


7 21 


5 25 


1 46 


28 


5 


Ascen. 


4 38 


7 22 


6 15 


2 12 


29 


6 


Day br. 2h 32m $ ^ <g 


4 38 


7 22 


7 11 


2 43 


30 


7 


J6D 


|4 37 


7 23 


8 11 


3 22 


31 


D 


94. south lOh e. 


j4 37 


7 23 


9 17 


sets. 



No Courts holden this month. 



June hath 3D days, beginning on Monday. 



6th, 8n 3l»m e. 
14th, lOh 2m e. 



d> 22d, 6h 44m e. 
d) 29th, 9h Urn m. 



M.|W.| 


1 


2 


g 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


i 


7 


D 


8 


2 


9 


3 


10 


4 


n 


5 


12 


6 


13 


7 


14 


D 


15 


2 


16 


3 


17 


4 


18 


5 


19 


6 


20 


7 


21 


D 


22 


2 


23 


3 


24 


4 


25 


5 


26 


6 


.27 


7 


28 


D 


29 


2 


30 


3| 



Calendar, &,c. 



■© r 1CD ». F. secj|r.ii|)s. 



(§) runs hiiih 


4 36 7 


24 


10 25 


9 37 


Day's length 14h 48m 


4 36,7 


24 


11 3 


10 28 


6$ 


4 35 j 7 


25 


a ft. 32 


II 7 




4 34 7 


26 


1 27 


11 37 


? rise 3h 49m m. 


4 34 


7 


26 


2 17 


morn. 


O fast clock 2m 


4 33 


7 


27 


3 2 


2 


Whits, f? so. midnight 


4 33 


7 


27 


3 45 


23 


h c?0 


4 32 


7 


28 


4 27 


43 


l v ay br. 2h8m 


4 32 


7 


28 


5 8 


1 3 


W □© 


4 32 


7 


2a 


5 51 


1 24 


n-6® 


4 31 


7 


29 


6 36 


1 48 




4 31 


7 


29 


7 23 


2 16 


U south 9h e. 


4 31 


-r 


29 


8 12 


2 50 


Trin. S. T? d © © low 


4 317 


29 


9 3 


3 32 


? 6 J 


4 317 


29 


9 55 


rise. 


7 >|< rise 2h44m m. 


4 31 J 


29 


10 45 


9 18 


Full tides 


4 30.7 


30 


11 34 


9 53 




4 307 


30 


morn. 


-0 22 


$ rise 3h 41m m. 


4 307 


30 


21 


10 47 


O slow clock lm 


4 30,7 


30 


1 6 


11 9 


11 sets lh 40m 


4 307 


30 


i 50 


11 29 


Day break 2h 6m 


4 307 


30 


2 34 


11 48 


J? south llh e. 


4 30!7 


30 


3 18 


morn. 


J# slat. 


4 31 


7 


29 


4 5 


11 


Day's length 14h 58m 


4 31 


7 


2< 


4 57 


38 


Vi sets 3h 24m m. 


4 31 


7 


2' 


5 53 


1 12 


® runs high 


4 31 


7 


29 


6 55 


1 56 


S 6 i) 


4 31 


7 


29 


8 1 


2 52 


? d €» 


4 31 


7 


2 


9 9 sets. 


if south 8h e. 


4 31 


7 


2i 


10 14! 


9 1 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 

At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. At Lirchfield, 3d do. 
At Fairfield, [a] 4th do. At New Haven, Tuesday 
following 4th do. 

COUNTY COURTS. 

At New London, 2d Tuesday. At New Havem 
4th do. 





July hath 31 days, bog 


inning on 


Wed 


nepdai 




H) (Sill, 9h 10m M. 


d 22d, Hi 5!).u m 


$ 14th, Oh 43m E. 


©28th, 4h 41m m. 


m.'w.| * alendar, &c. | © r.|@ s. 


F. seajr.f^s 


1 


4 


Q in apogee 


4 32 


7 2t 


1113 


9 36 


2 


5 




4 32 


7 28 


aft. 7 


10 4 


3 


6 


$ rise 3h 24m m. 


4 32 


7 28 


55 


10 26 


4 


7 


D. of I. '76 O sl» cl. 4m 


4 33 


7 27 


1 40 


10 47 


5 


r> 


Day br. 2h 19m 


4 SS 


7 27 


2 23 


11 7 


6 


o 


11 stat. 


4 33 


7 27 


3 6 


11 28 


73 


I7 south lOh e. 


4 34 


7 26 


3 48 


11 51 


84 


U d© 


4 34 


7 26 


4 33 


morn. 


9 


s 




4 35 


7 25 


5 19 


18 


10 


6 


Z£ set Oh 24m m. 


4 36 


7 24 


6 8 


50 


11 


7 


h 6® 


4 36 


7 24 


6 58 


1 29 


12 


D 


% runs low 


4 37 


7 23 


7 50 


2 15 


13 


2 


11 south 7h e. 


4 38 


7 $2 


« 41 


3 11 


14 


3 




4 38 


7 22 


9 31 


rise. 


15 


4 


?2 set 2h 4m m. 


4 39 


7 21 


10 19 


8 25 


16 


5 


Full tides 


1 40 


7 20 


11 5 


8 50 


17 


6 


grea'est elong. 


4 40 


7 20 


11 49 


9 13 


18 


7 


Day break 2h 28m 


4 41 


7 19 


morn. 


9 35 


19 


D 




1 42 


7 18 


33 


9 56 


20 


2 


Day's length 14h 34m 


1 43 


7 17 


1 17 


10 17 


21 


3 


\l south 9h e. 


4 43 


7 17 


2 2 


10 39 


22 


4 


Q slow clock 6m 


4 4. 


7 16 


2 50 11 9 


23 


5 


7 •% rise midnight 


4 45 


7 1 


3 43 


11 48 


24 


6 


? in sup. r5 O 


4 46 


7 14 


4 41 


morn. 


25 


i 


Dog days begin 


4 47 


7 13 


5 43 


37 


26 


D 


S 6 © J ^»s high 


4 48 


7 12 


€ 49 


1 41 


27 


2 




4 49 


7 11 


7 54 


2 55 


28 


3 


?6© 


4 50 


7 11 


8 55 


4 8 


29 


4 




4 51 


7 9 


9 52 


sets. 


30 


5 


5 stat. 


:4 52 7 8 


1> 44 


8 27 


31 


6 


Bay's length 14h 14m 


U 53 


17 7 


11 31 


1 8 49 



SUPREME COURT OF ERRORS. 



At Had dam, [a] 2d Tuesday. At Norwich, [a] 3d 
do. At Brooklyn, 4th do. At Tolland, Tuesday after 
4th do. 

2 





August hath 31 days, beginning 


or 


Saturday. 


<D 5th, Uh 27m m. 


(§ 20th, 


7h 30m m. 


$ 13th, 2h 28m m. 


© 27th, 


Ih 57m m. 


M.|w.| Calendar, &c. \$)r.\<& 


s |F. sea 


r.fHs. 


1 7 


UOO i 


4 54 


7 


~6 


att.lG 


TTo 


2 


D 


►a> u . 3h 


4 55 


7 


5 


1 


9 31 


3 


2 


Day '8 cngtlil4h8m 


4 56 


7 


4 


1 43 


9 52 


4 


3 


* c5 © 


4 57 


7 


3 


2 27 


fd is 


5 


4 


^ south 8h e. 


4 58 


7 


2 


3 3 


10 49 


6 


5 


© slow clock 5m 


4 59 


< 


1 


4 2 


U 26 


7 


6 


^ d © 


5 


7 





4 52 


rn rn. 


8 


7 


©low 


5 1 


6 


59 


5 43 


10 


9 


L> 


Meteoric shower — look 5 2 


6 


58 


6 35 


I 2 


10 


2 


6? [out! 5 4 


6 


5C 


7 25 


2 1 


1J 


3 


7*s rise lOh 44m e. 5 b 


6 


55 


8 15 


3 4 


12 


4 


Day br. 3h i3m : 5 6 


6 


54 


9 2 


4 10 


13 


5 


g| ect. vis. at N. London 5 7 


6 


53 


9 47 


rise. 


14 


6 


Oininf. (5 \B 8 


6 


52 


10 31 


7 40 


15 


7 


Full tides 


5 9 


6 


51 


11 15 


8 1 


16 


i) 




5 10 


6 


50 


norn 


8 22 


17 


2 


$ rise 2h 45 n m. 


5 12 


6 


48 





8 45 


18 


3 


12 set J In 51 in e. 


5 13 


6 


47 


48 


9 13 


19 


4 


T7 stat. 


5 14 


6 


46 


i 39 


9 48 


^0 


5 


Yl south 7h e. 


5 16 


6 


44 


2 34 


10 32 


21 


6 


g) runs hi nil 


5 17 


6 


43 


3 33 


11 27 


£2 


7 


Diy's length 13h24m 


5 18 


6 


42 


4 36 


morn. 


23 


D 


<$ stat. 


5 19 


6 


41 


5 40 


31 


24 


2 


$ d© 


5 21 


G 


39 


6 41 


1 47 


25 


3 


2|. sets 9h 31m e. 


5 22 


6 


38 


7 39 


3 6 


26 


4 


•) eclipsed, invisible 


5 23 


6 


37 


8 32 


4 21 


27 


5 


? 6 m 


5 25 


6 


35 


9 21 


sets. 


28 


6 


7*s rise 9h 36m e. 


5 26 


6 


34 


10 7 


7 12 


29 


7 


Day break 3h 38m. 


5 *7 


6 


33 


10 52 


7 33 


30 


D 


© equal clock. 


5 28 


6 


32 
30 


11 36 


7 55 


frl 


2 


3 sir elonjr. 




5 30 


6 


la ft. 20 


8 19 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Litchfield, 3d Tuesday. 

COUNTY COURTS. . 

At Hartford, Brooklyn and Danbury, 2d Tuesday 
At Tolland, 4th Tuesday. 





September hath 30 days, beginnin 


g on 


Tucsd 


xy. 


'§) 3d, 5h 51m e. (§ 18th, Oh J5m e.~ 





lltli, 3!i Im c. ©25th, lh 40m e. 


M|W| 


Calendar, &c. |S »'.| f ? s.|F. sca| r ^s. 


113 


?* (5 J 


5 31 


G 29 


I 6i 8 47 


2 4 




5 32 


6 28 


1 54 9 21 


3 


5 


h 6 © 


5 33 


G 27 


2 44 10 3 


4 


6 


g) runs low 


5 35 


6 25 


3 35 


10 52 


5 


7 


7*s rise 9h e. 


5 3G 


6 21 


4 26 


11 48 


6 


D 


T? sets lOli 31m e. 


5 38 


6 22 


5 17 


morn. 


7 


2 


'qdO 


5 39 


3 21 


6 7 


50 


8 


3 


O fast clock 2m 


5 40 


6 20 


G 55 


1 55 


9 


4 


Day br. 3h 55m 


5 41 


6 19 


7 41 


3 1 


U) 


5 


a s @ 


5 42 


G 18 


8 26 


4 8 


ll 


6 




5 44 


6 L0 


9 11 


5 17 


12 


7 


? sets G!i 47m E. 


5 45 


G 15 


9 56 rise. 


13 


D 




5 47 


6 13 


10 44 


6 48 


14 


2 


Full tides 


5 48 


6 12 


11 35 


7 15 


15 


3 




5 49 


6 H 


mom. 


7 48 


1G 


4 


% set 8h 14m e. 


5 51 


G 9 


29 


8 30 


17 


5 




5 52 


G 8 


I 28 


9 22 


13 


6 


© runs hi«h 


5 54 


G 6 


2 3) 10 24 


19 


7 




5 55 


6 5 


3 32 11 36 


20 


D 


£ rise 2h 23m m. 


5 5H 


6 4 


33 morn. 


21 


2 




5 58 


6 2 


5 3i 


52 


22 


3 


16® 


5 59 


3 1 


ri 24 


i 7 


23 


4 


Day break 4h 13m 


6 


6 


7 13 


20 


24 


5 


7*s rise 8h e. 


6 2 


5 58 


O 


4 31 


25 


6 




6 3 


5 57 


44 


5 41 


2G 


7 


in sup. c5 O 


6 4 


5 5G 


2d 


s tsr. 


27 


D 


¥d© 


6 6 


5 54 


10 13 


6 21 


2b 


2 


% 6 © 


6 7 


5 53 


53 


6 47 


29 


3 




6 9 


5 51 


46 


7 19 


30 


4 


O fast clock 10m 


16 10 


5 50 


aft. 35 7 58 


SUTER10R CO 


URTS. 


At Haddam, 4th Tuesday 


At New London, 2d do. 


A 


t [J 


[ariford, 4tU^|u 











October hath 31 days, beginning on Thursday. 



f) 3d, Oh 51m e. i 


d 17th 


, 7hllm e. 


m 

M.Jw. 


11th, 2h 27m m. 


U 25 


t!) 

d 


, 4h 1 1 m m. 


Calendar, &,c. 


© r. 


J s.|F. seajnfj s- 


I 5 


i? d> © 9) runs l° vv 


G 12 


5 


~4B 


1 26 


8 44 


2 6 




6 13 


5 


47 


2 17 


9 37 


3 7 




6 M 


5 


46 


3 8 


10 36 


4 D 


1? sets 8h47m 


6 16 


5 


44 


3 58 


11 39 


5 2 




6 17 


5 


43 


4 46 


morn. 


6 3 


Day br. 4h 38m 


6 18 


5 


42 


5 32 


44 


tj l 4 


7*s rise 7h 8m e. 


6 20 


5 


40 


6 17 


1 50 


85 


tf ( © 


6 21 


5 


39 


7 2 


2 58 


9 6 


O fast clock 13m 


6 22 


5 


38 


7 48 


4 7 


10 7 


Zj. sets 6h 53m e. 


6 24 


5 


3b 


8 35 


5 19 


II D 




6 25 


5 


35 


9 25 


Vise. 


12 2 


Day's length llh 8m 


26 


5 


34 


lu 20 


5 48 


13 


3 


Full tides 


6 28 


5 


32 


11 19 


6 27 


14 


4 




6 30 


5 


30 


morn. 


7 17 


15 


5 


$) runs high 


6 31 


5 


29 


22 


8 19 


16 


6 




6 32 


5 


28 


1 26 


9 28 


17 


7 


? set 6h 10m e. 


6 34 


5 


26 


2 28 


10 44 


18 


D 




6 35 


5 


25 


3 27 


11 58 


19 


2 


Day's length lOh 46m 


6 36 


5 


24 


4 21 


morn. 


20 


3 


c?6® 


6 38 


5 


■2 2 


5 iO 


1 9 


21 


4 


Day break 4h 52m 


6 30 


5 


21 


5 56 


2 20 


22 


5 


? 6 n 


6 40 


5 


20 


6 41 


3 27 


23 


6 


© fast clock 16m 


o 41 


5 


19 


7 24 


4 34 


21 


7 


c? r. Ih 53m M. 


6 44 


5 


lb 


8 8 


5 40 


25 


i) 


7 f s rise 6h 8m e. 


6 45 


5 


15 


8 52 


6 44 


26 


2 


nd® 


6 47 


5 


13 


9 39 


sets. 


27 


3 


? 6 © 


6 48 


5 


12 


10 ^8 


5 57 


28 


-1 


hd© 


6 49 


5 


11 


11 18 


6 38 


2) 


.3 


6% 


6 50 


5 


10 


aft. 9 


7 28 


30 


6 


fU runs low 


6 51 


5 


9 


1 


8 251 


31 


7 




6 52 


5 


a J l so 


9 27 



SUPERIOR COURTS. 

At Brooklyn, 1st Tuesday. At New Haven, 2d doj 
At Tolland, 3d do. At Danbury J^^do. 



COUNTY COUR' 

At Litchfield, 21 Tuesday. At 



rfflbu 



dletown, 3d do! 



November hath 30 days, beginning on Sunda 
~H) 2d,8!i 17m m. 
_J$Jh!i, Hi 5ni e. 
M.|w | Calendar] &e. 

1 d _) fast clock 16m 



(§ 16th, 4h 7m w. 
© 23d, 9h 25m e. 



Day br. 5ii 15m 

7 sets 6!i 49m e. 
Days length lOh 
? sets 6h 8m e. 
/ rise Hi 38m m. 



| g) r.J^J s.|F. sea | iv^s. 

flTSo 

Jl 34 



6 53; 
6 54; 
6 55 
6 57 
6 58: 

6 59 4 

7 Q> 



5? gr. elonar. © r. high 7 

F. tides. Meteoric show- 7 

[er! Look out ! 7 

17 8< 

7*s set miritrgfat 7 9 * 

Day break 5h 28m 7 10 ^ 

7 11 

$ d © 9 in Aph. 7 12 

Day's length 9h 34m [7 13 

7 14< 

7 15 < 

|7- 16- 

[7 17 



%rt n 

5 stationary 

3 runs low 
>tf stat. 
? 6 © 

r's so, 1 lh 12m e. 
© si. cl. 12m 
Adv't. Day br. 5h 38m 



1< C 

19 

l'J< 

20 

21 

22^ 

25 



5 7 


2 38 


6 6 


3 24 


5 5 


4 9 


5 5 3 


4 52 


5 <L 


5 37 


5 1 


6 22 


5 


7 11 


4 59 


8 4 


4 57 


9 2 


4 5H 


10 6 


4 35 


11 12 


4 54 


morn. 


4 53 


17 


4 5. 


1 19 


4 51 


2 16 


4 50 


3 8 


4 49 


3 55 


4 48 


4 40 


4 47 


5 23 


4 46 


6 6 


4 45 


6 50 


4 44 


7 35 


4 43 


8 23 


4 42 


9 12 


4 41 


10 3 


4 41 


10 54 


4 40 


11 45 


4 39 


aft. 3.3 


4 33 


l 19 


4 37 


2 3 



morn. 

40 

1 46 

2 53 

4 5 

5 21 

6 40 
rise. 

6 5 

7 14 

8 30 

9 46 
II 2 
morn. 

13 



20 
26 
31 
36 
41 
45 
sets. 

5 22 

6 17 

7 18 

8 18 

9 21 
10 25 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Hartford, 2d Tuesday. 
New Haven, 



( 4 il^Lo . 

I 



At Norwich, 2d do. At 



December hath 31 days, beginning on Tuesday. 



f) 2d. 2h 31m m. 


(J) 15th 


, 4h 17m e. 


@8.h, llh30m e. 


© *3d, 


4h 37m e. 


<® 31st, Gh G 


m e. 






M.|w.| Calendar, &c. 


@ 


s.|F. sea|r.f:s. 


1 


5 


$ :n inf. © 


7 23 


4 


S7 


2 iii 2y 


2 


4 


in per. 


7 24 


4 


3G 


3 29 morn. 


3 


5 


Day's length 9h 12m 


7 24 


4 


36 


12 34 


4 


6 


9 s< ts 6h 42m e. 


7 25 


4 


35 


4 58| 1 42 


5 


7 


pay br. 5h 40m 


7 2fi 


4 


35 


5 47 


2 54 


6 


D 


Meteor c shower 


7 26 


4 


34 


6 42 


4 10 


7 


2 


WD§ 


7 2G 


4 


34 


I 42 


5 29 


8 


3 


9 6% 


7 27 


4 


33 


8 48 


6 47 


9 


-1 


(?) runs high 


7 27 


4 


33 


9 56 


rise. 


10 


5 


Full fides 


7 28 


4 


32 


11 2 


6 7 


11 


6 


$ srat. 


7 28 


4 


32 


morn. 


7 27 


12 


7 


Q fast clock 6m 


7 29 


4 


31 


4 


8 45 


13 


D 


3" rise lh m. 


7 29 


4 


31 


I 


9 59 


U 


2 


If. rise 5h 51m m. 


7 29 


4 


31 


I 50 


11 10 


15 


J 


h d© 


7 29 


4 


31 


2 37 


morn. 


16 


4 


r? d 


7 30 


4 


3 


3 2! 


17 


17 


5 


7*s so 9h 50m e. 


7 SO 


4 


30 


4 4 


1 24 


18 


6 


9 set 7h 13m e. 


7 30 


4 


30 


4 48 


2 30 


19 


< 




7 30 


4 


30 


5 33 


3 35 


20 


D 


§ gr. elong. 


7 30 


4 


30 


6 20 


4 36 


21 


V 


%6® 


7 30 


4 


30 


7 8 


5 41 


„>6; 


3 


h 6 (F) (?) runs low 


7 30 


4 


30 


7 58 


6 39 


2:3 


4 


Day's length 9h 


7 30 


4 


30 


8 50 


sets. 


24 




Day l>r. 5h 44m 


7 3 


4 


30 


9 4i 


5 10 


25 


6 


Christmas Full tides 


7 30 


4 


30 


i) 30 


6 12 


2( 


7 


9 6 a 


7 29 


4 


31 


1 17 


7 16 


27 


D 


tf so. Gh 30m m. 


7 29 


4 


31 


ft. 1 


8 18 


Wi 


■2 




7 29 


4 


31 


44 


9 21 


Of, 


3 


Yl rise Gh 31m m. 


7 29 


4 


31 


1 26 10 25 


30 


4 


O slow clock 3m 


7 28 


4 


32 


2 8,11 30 


31 


5 


71 rise 5h 2m m. 


7 28 4 


32 


2 51 morn. 



COUNTY COURTS. 



At Brooklyn, 2d Tuesday. 
Tolland, 4ih"Tuesday. 



AtLk^Sel 



Id, 3d do. 



GOVERNMENT OF CONNECTICUT. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

WILLIAM W. FLLSWORTH, Governor. 
Salary $1100. 

CHARLES IIAWLEY, Lieutenant Governor. 
Salary $300. 

HIRAM RIDER, Treasurer. 
Salary $1000. 

ROYAL R. HINMAN, Secretary. 
Salary $84, and Fees of Office. 

HENRY KILBOURN, Comptroller of Public A cc'is. 
Salary $1000. 

SETH P. BEERS, Commissioner of the School Fund. 
Salary $1250. 

PINCKNEY W. ELLSWORTH, Executive Sec'y. 

GEORGE PUTNAM, \ A {. 
JAMES THOMAS, \ auditors. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Senators. 

Julius S Barnes. 
George Bunce. 
Hiram Roberts. 
Abijah Carrington 
Orrin Plumb. 
Malacbi Cook, 
Daniel Deshon. 
John A. Rod we'l. 
Peler Comst. ck. 
John S. Wihon. 
Nathaniel H. W Idman. 



District No 


. 1. 


k 


2. 


i« 


3. 


(t 


4. 


u 


5. 


« 


(J. 


ll 


7. 


4( 


.8. 


4.4 


9. 


<« ** 


-10. 


•i 


11. 



24 SENATORS — REPRESENTATIVES. 

District No. 12. Thomas B. Butler. 
13. Philip Pearl. 
14 Job Williams. 
" 15. .Andrew Abernetby. 

" 16. Alvin Brown, 

M IT. Nathaniel P. Perry. 

" 18. Stillman K. Wightman. 

.19. Ely A, Elliott. 
" 20. George M. Hyde. 

« 21. Abner Hende'e. 

Nelson Brewster, Clerk of the Senate** 
A. Humphreys and C. Adams, Messengers. 
J. Belcher, Door Keeper. 

House of Representatives. 

Willi. m W. Boaedman, Speaker. 
Abijaii Qatlin, 1st Clerk. 
Roger H. Mills, 2d Clerk. 

HARTFORD COUNTY, 

Hartford, Henry Barnard, 2d, Melvin CbpelancL 

Avon, Reuben Hawley. 

Berlin, William Buckley, Ozias B. Bassett. 

Bloomfield, Nathan Brown. 

Bristol, Williams Darrow. 

Burlington, Joseph S. Peck. 

Canton, Ephraim Mills. 

East Han ford, Pardon Brownell, Austin Hall. 

East Windsor, Erastus Ellsworth, Erastus Buekland, 

Enfield, Henry Thompson, Charles Ciark. 

Farmington, ^idney Wads worth. 

Glastenbury, David E. Hubbard, James Killam. 

Granby, Sereno Holcomb, Eliliu Griswold. 

Hartland, Virgil :-tebbins r Benjamin Giddings. 

Marlborough, Roger Blish. 

Manchester, Martin Keeney. 

Simsbury, Richard Bacon, Allen Pinney. 

Southington, Francis VV. Wilcux, Jesse Olney, 

Suffield, Christopher Jones, Samuel Norris. 

Wethersfield, Henry Whituiore, Samuel Gaipin. 

Windsor, [-None elected.) 



REPRESENTATIVES. 23 

NEW HAVEN COUNTY. 

New Haven, William W. Boardman, Leverett Candce. 

Bethany, John Kus.-ell. 

Branford, William ^I'yler. 

Cheshire, Benajah Ives, William L. Foot. 

Derby, Sheldon Smiih. 

East Haven, Hoadley Bray. 

Guilford, George A. Foot, Marcus B. Bartlett. 

Hamden, Leverett Hitchcock. 

Madison, Sherman Mungcr. 

Meriden, James S. Brooks. 

Middlebury, W itliam II. Smith. 

Mil ford, Selah Strong, Isaac Tibbals. 

North Branford, Thelus Todd. 

North Haven, Jesse Brockett. • 

Orange, Nathan Merwin. 

Oxford, lliram Osborn. 

Prospect, Stephen H. Payne. 

Southbury, John Peck. 

Wallingford, Ransom Johnson, Augustus Hall, 2d, 

Waterbury, Richard [line. 

Wolcott, Noah H Byington. 

Woodbridge, Thomas Darling. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY. 

New London, John Congdon, John P. Trott. 

Norwich, Roger Huntington, Lafayette S.Foster. 

Bozrah, Samuel A. Gager, 

Colchester, Avery Morgan, Justin Day. 

Franklin, Joshua Tracy. 

Griswold, VViiliam F. Clark. 

Groton, Belton A. Copp, Amos Clift. 

Lisbon, Daniel F. Cutler. 

Ledyard, Henry Ilallett. 

Lebanon, Amos Fowler, Jesse Wright. 

Lyme, Joseph Strickland, Charles C. Griswold. 

Montville, Robert Comstock. 

North Stonington, Elias Hewitt, Thomas H. Hewitt, 

Preston, Asher P. Brown, Isaac Williams, 2d. 

Salem, Richard Tiffany, 

Stonington, John F. Trumbull, George Sheffield, 

Waterford, Philip Morgan, 



26 REPRESENTATIVES. 

FA I AFIELD COUNTY. 

Fairfield, Rufus Blakeman, Joseph Bartram. 

Bridgeport, Henry Dutton. 

Brookfiuld, Ira Keeler. 

Danbury. Ephraim M. White, Charles S. Smith. 

Darien, William Andreas. 

Greenwich, Conklin Husted, Edwin T. Close. 

Huntington, Elisha Shelion, 

Monroe, William Beach. 

New Canaan, Watts Comstock. 

New Fairfield, Jabez Tread well, Jr. 

Newtown, Austin N. Botsford, Samuel B. reck. 

Norwalk, Algernon E. Beard, Joseph W. Hubbel!. 

Redding, Thomas B. Fanton, Benjamin Meeker. 

Ridgefield, Thaddeus Keeler, 2d, Eli Rockwell. 

Sherman, Lewis Bcardslee. 

Stamford, Selleck Scoflcld, Samuel Lockwood. 

Stratford, Lewis Wells. 

Trumbull, Francis Beach. 

Weston, Eli Adams, David Patchen. 

Westport, El.phalet Swift. 

Wilton, Abrjah Betts. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Brooklyn, Edward Fogg. 

Ashford, Amos Knowlton, Benjamin C. Simsions. 

Canterbury, Elijah Baldwin, Benjamin Djlop. 

Chaplin, James Martin, 

Hampton, Festus Burnham. 

Killingly, Laban Fisher, Ebenezer Kelly. 

Plainheld, Luther Smith, William Dyer. 

Pomfret, George H. Perrin, Stephen Smith. 

Sterling, fsathan Burlingame. 

Thompson, Aaron Elliott, John J. Grsen. 

Voluntown, Samuel R. Kinney. 

Windham, Jesse SparFord, Elisha Burnham. 

Woodstock, William Chamberlin, John Work. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Samuel Buel, William Ray. 
Barkhamsted, Merlin Merrills, Garry Upson. 



REPRLSLNTATIVE3. 27 

Bethlem, Nathan Hawley. 

Canaan, William §. Marsh, Fitch Ferris. 

Colebrook, Arthur Howell, Clark II Koberts. 

Cornwall, John C. Calhoun, Isaac Marsh. 

Goshen, Augustus Miles, Putnam Bailey. 

Ilarvvinton, Abijuh Catlin, Sheldon Osborn. 

Kent, Uubbell Miller. 

New Hart'ord, Roger II. Mills, James F. Henderson. 

New MiKord, Orange Warner, Anson Squires. 

Norfolk, Biram Mills, ElizurDovvd. 

Plymouth, Tertius D. Potter. 

Roxbury, Charles Beardsley. 

Salisbury, William 11. Walton, Thomas B. Bosworih. 

Sharon, Alanson Wheeler, Ralph Doming. 

Torrington, Elkanah II. Hodges, Anson Colt, Jr. 

Warren, Elij.ih Hayes." 

Washington, John M. Ford, William Pool. 

Watertovvn, Ilolbrook Curtis. 

Winchester, Norris Coe, Lyman Case. 

Woodbury, Harman Stoddard, Farman Patchen. 

JWIDDLESIX COUNTY. 

Middletown, Charles Woodward, Henry D. Smith. 

Chester, Edward S. Shipmam 

Chatham, William R. Smith, Francis Young. 

Clinton, Josiah C. < hittenden. 

Durham, Joseph Chidsey, Munson Strong. 

East Iladdam, Gideon Higgins, William II. Cone. 

Haddam, Samuel Arnold, 2d, Russel Shailer, 2d. 

Killingwonh, Leonard Davis, Alanson Pratt. 

baybrook, Ezra S. Williams, Alexander Clarke. 

TOLLAND COUNTY. 

Tolland, Loren P. Waldo, Elisha Stearns. 

Bolton, Isaac Keeny, Jr. 

Columbia^ ^ illiam Carver. 

Coventry, (None elected.) 

Ellington, Stedman Nash. 

Hebron, Elihu P. Buell, Israel E. Hutchinson. 

Mansfield, (None elected.) 

Stafford, Aivun Hyde, Elisha Frink. 



28 COMMITTEES. 

Somers, Samuel D. Chapin, Warren Pomeroy. 
Union, William Foster, William P. Sessions. 
Vernon, Oliver Hunt. 
Willington, hlisha Johnson, Robert Sharpe. 

E. Bigelow and H. F. Gardner, Messengers. 

W. P. C.iamberlin, Door Keeper. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

On School Fund— Hon. Mr. Pearl, Messrs. Waldo, 
Barnard, Tibbals, S. B. Peck, Baldwin of Canterbury, 
Wheeler of Sharon, Cone of East Haddam, and Mor- 
gan. 

Incorporations other than Banks — Hon. Mr. Roberts, 
Messrs. Huntington, Wadsvvorih, Hine. Beard, Fogg, 
Marsh of Canaan, Davis, Keeney of Bolton. 

New Town? and Probate Districts— Hon. Mr. Wil- 
liams, Messrs. Copp, Galpinof Wethersfield, Smith of 
Middlebury, Scofield, Chamberlin, Calhoun, Higgins, 
Sharpe, of Willington. 

Military returns — Hon. Mr. Elliot, Messrs. Fowler 
of Lebanon, Bray of East Haven, Thompson of Enfield. 

Judiciary — Hon. Mr. Rockwell, Messrs, Dutton, 
Wilcox, Strong of Miiford, Foster of Norwich, Dyer 
of Piainfield, Howell, Woodward of Middletown, Cha- 
pin. 

Banks — Hon. Mr. Butler, Messrs. Stearns, Ells- 
worth, Brooks T. II. Hewitt, Comstock, SpafTord, 
Case, Williams. 

Claims— Hon. Mr. Carrington, Messrs. Swift of 
Westport, Hubbard of Glastenbury, Brocket, Hallet, 
Martin, Merrills of Barkhamsted. Chittenden, Pomeroy. 

Divorces — Hon. Mr. Perry, Messrs. Curtis of Water- 
town, Brownell, Ives, Betts of Wilton, W.F.Clark, 
Chidsey, E. Burnham, Hyde. 

Roads and Bridges — Hon. Mr. Wilson, Messrs. 
Bacon of Simsbury, Foot of Cheshire, Comstock of 
Montville, Fanton, Miles of Goshen, Uurnham of Hamp- 
ton, Shailer of Haddam, Nash. 

State Prison — Hon. Mr. Abernethy — Messrs. Cope- 
land, Candee, Strickland, ^ hite, Burnham of Hampton, 
Walton, Arnold, Hutchinson. 



JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 29 

JUDICIAL AND CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT AND SUPREME COURT OF 
ERRORS. 

THOMAS S. WILLIAMS, Chief Judge. 
Samtel Church, Henry M. Waite, 

Jabez VV. Huntington, | Rogkr M. Sherman. 
Thomas Day, Reporter. 

Allotment of Judges for 1339—1840. 

summer circuit. 

New London and Windham, Williams, C. J, 

Fairfield, Church, J. 

Middlesex, Huntington, J. 

Hartford and Tolland, W<iite, J. 

Litchfield and New Haven, Sherman, J. 

winter circuit. 

Hartford and ToMand, Williams, C. J. 

New Haven and Lichfield, - Church, J. 

Windham and New London, Huntington, J* 

Fairfield, Waire, J. 

Middlesex, Sherman, J. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

COUNTY COURT. 

WALTER MITCHELL, Judge. 

, Dudley Humphrey, ) n . . 
Martin Kellogg, * (Commissioners. 

James H. Holcomh, Clerk of Superior and County 

Courts. 

Nathaniel Goodwin, Treasurer. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Hartford — Thomas Day, Joseph Pratt, Jeremiah 
Brown, Setn Terry, Nathan Johnson, Isaac Perkins, 



30 JUDICIAL AND CIVIL 

Cyprian Nichols Isnnc Toncey, Gaius Lyman, Jeremy 
Hoariley, John M. Niles, Charles Shepard, Thomas 
C. Perkins, Francis Parsons, James M. Goodwin, 
Albert Day, George Putnam, Samuel H. Huntington, 
Solomon Porter, Benning Mann, R. R. Hinman, David 
F. Robinson, Nathaniel Goodwin, Charles Chapman, 
Charles L. Porter, Simeon Arnold, Gideon Welles, 
Job Allyn, Erastus Smith, William Hayden, Stephen 
Spencer, Nathan Preston. William R. Cone, Thomas 
H. Seymour, Henry Kilbourn, Jonathan Goodwin. O. 
E. Williams, Solom